Question about Roland VersaCAMM VP-540i
I was printing a job and it just quit. It's as if someone turn the switch off. I have checked all the ribbon cables and the 2 fuses on the mother board, OK - I am able to do a "normal" cleaning, so the heads move back and forth OK. I'm stummped.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Good grief! FInd a tech that knows what he is doing. You can replace the plug and/or the jack. Each is a few dollars at most. You can even do it yourself. If you can see where wires went just buy new parts. They are probably available even at Radio Shack.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Testimonial: "Good advice, but someone who examined the carnage said there were either four or five wires (can't recall) and the plug to the machine has eight pins."
SOURCE: I have a Roland Versacamm
this sounds like a scan motor error. clean encoding strip and test. If still wavy remove scan sensor the one that reads the encoder strip, clean with alcohol, replace and test. if still bad replace encoder strip and the eye that reads it.
Posted on Jun 26, 2011
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