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CYAN not printing correctly on vp-540

Discussion in 'Roland' started by OrderPrintShip, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. OrderPrintShip

    OrderPrintShip New Member

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    Hello Everybody.

    I'm have an issue with my printer, I have a vp-540 with triangle eco sol EDX Inks, using stock versaworks profile.

    I just changed the cap tops and the dampers are full. The Issue is the cyan is printing at about 20% saturation.

    Any thoughts or opinions greatly appreciated
     

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  2. FrankW

    FrankW Active Member

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    it looks like that the Cyan-head has an electronical problem. A print of the Service Mode nozzle test could give more information.
     
  3. OrderPrintShip

    OrderPrintShip New Member

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    Print Head Test Pattern

    Print Head Test Pattern
    Any thoughts?
    Thank you
     

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  4. ligonr

    ligonr New Member

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    the print head is deflecting could be caused by the wiper or it is not sealing well on the cap top you could try to flush the head and see if you can get some nozzles back
     
  5. OrderPrintShip

    OrderPrintShip New Member

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    Thank you for the response ligonr, I just changed the wipers and caps. Gonna try a flush next.
     
  6. kffernandez

    kffernandez Member

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    ive had this problem before. it ended up with me replacing the head, and hope that it wasn't a bad batch of ink that caused it.
    i'd appreciate it if you can keep us posted if head cleans and soaks improve your output.
    thanks!

    kelly
     
  7. inkmed

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    It is nozzle jam, but not very serious. Just try flush it.

    Adam Yang from Inkmed
     
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