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CM24 button pad

Discussion in 'Roland' started by PaulS, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. PaulS

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    Anyone else had a problem with the bubble-type buttons?

    The left-right-up-down jog buttons, I mean.

    I find the 'down' button is inop.

    Possible solutions are as follows;
    -a major rebuild (by me heh heh) to drill some half-inch holes in the casing and install four toggle switches,
    -continue waiting for Roland to respond (they don't even know where Belize is!) or
    -track down a parts supplier.

    If you've encountered this defect before or have any ideas for a workable solution, I'd be very grateful for your input.

    Thanks in advance.

    Paul
     
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  2. Silverado

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    CE-24 Key Pad Problem

    Hello Paul...

    I too have a CM-24. Blew a the MOTHERBOARD (ouch!) I was my fault thou.

    Anyway get a hold of BRIAN @ www.cammtech.com.

    He will fix you up.

    Or take a world cruise and maybe by the time you get back Roland may have returned your call!!!!!!


    Hope this helps.

    Let me know.

    ........Roger
     
  3. PaulS

    PaulS Member

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    Thanks mate, I'll give that a shot and let you know the result.

    ~Paul
     
  4. Silverado

    Silverado Member

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    Great!
     
  5. PaulS

    PaulS Member

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    Weeeeeell, I've emailed Cammtech every day since and no reply. Every time I call (every hour or so) 'all their operators are engaged'. They can't be hungry...

    Any tips or ideas would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

    ~Paul
     
  6. PaulS

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    Bump

    If anyone can recommend a supplier for a CM24 keypad/button pad I'd appreciate that very much.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  7. Pro Signs & Graphix

    Pro Signs & Graphix Very Active Member

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    Call Accugraphics 407-880-5774. First inform them that you need to order parts for a Roland plotter then ask to speak to Heather or Gary.
     

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