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Need Help Epson S80600 stops printing mid print using USB

Discussion in 'Epson' started by Hameed, Jun 8, 2020.

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  1. Hameed

    Hameed New Member

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    Hi
    I had my Epson S80610 connected sing Ethernet cable and working fine. After a freak accident the Ethernet port got broken pins so I connected the plotter using a USB cable now the problem is it does not complete any prints at all! It cuts off usually after an inch or two but some times halfway through printing a big print job.

    Anything I can try to fix this?
     
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  2. Notarealsignguy

    Notarealsignguy Active Member

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    Try a new cable
     
  3. unclebun

    unclebun Very Active Member

    Call Epson and have them out to fix it. USB is slow anyway.
     
  4. Hameed

    Hameed New Member

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    Thank you but replacing the Network card costs over $700 which is way too much for me right now.

    I think it is finally solved.
    After trying over 10 cables I formatted the connected PC, updated Onyx, and changed the caching now it seems to be working fine. At least it is completing most of the jobs.
     
  5. mdjamesd

    mdjamesd Member

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    the information transfer is much slower via USB. Try and have Onyx cache as much of the job before printing. You could also try sending jobs individually in onyx, so it is smaller " information packets" to transfer
     
  6. netsol

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    hameed

    i agree $700 is a lot of money. can you locate an experienced electronic repair shop?

    the connector is only a few dollars. you can match it up exactly from digikey or neeark electronics?

    someone experienced at electronic repairs, (an older tech, who has repaired tv's, vcr's dvd'or blu ray player or camcorders cn CAREFULLY desolder the old connector and install the replacement part

    dont trust this to someone inexperienced, but i can tell you, we do it all the time

    option 2> buy yoursrlf a usb printserver (less than $75 on amazon for instance
    this way you get back on the network with no risk at all
     
  7. greysquirrel

    greysquirrel Active Member

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    there is a usb driver that needs to be installed...but get your printer fixed...runs like a turtle via usb

    usb port meant for technicians
     
  8. netsol

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    i am never opposed to somone properly repairing their machine
    i just wanted to point out other, lower priced ($51) options he can do right now, if perhaps a $700 board is too expensive AT THE MOMENT
     
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