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problem with print blue SP540v

Discussion in 'Roland' started by ljpro, Sep 4, 2013.

  1. ljpro

    ljpro New Member

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    please help me. my printer sp540v print lines. 20130904_123046_1.jpg
     
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  2. rjssigns

    rjssigns Major Contributor

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    Was the printer not used for a time? May need to pull ink through heads or a head soak or both.
     
  3. ljpro

    ljpro New Member

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    one day without print.

    one day without electric and without print, and this problem. It is possible?
     
  4. brush1

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    Change cyan cartridge and run regular cleaning.
    Try test again.
     
  5. Mosh

    Mosh Major Contributor

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    CLEAN, CLEAN, then CLEAN again....my black did this last week....
     
  6. ljpro

    ljpro New Member

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    i clean heads with powerfull cleaning 3x. I wash head on clearing watter and nothing:(
    cartridge changed and no change.
    Wrong head, maybe
     
  7. jfiscus

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    post a bigger picture
     
  8. brush1

    brush1 Member

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    Why you did power cleaning?

    Check damper, tubing for ink flow (maybe air), pump and tubing in the waste bottle (it may be cloged).
    It looks like ink is not going to the head.
     
  9. ljpro

    ljpro New Member

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    20130904_123046.jpg
     
  10. DRamm76

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    Cleaning, Calibrating and even clean the encoder strip as well.
     
  11. jfiscus

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    heads look like they've been thoroughly well used, so there *may* be no ever returning to normal. I would try parking the head on the capping station and syringing or a small vacuum pump to draw ink through the head. A head soak may help also. Not sure if either of these will work though after seeing the pattern, as the black looks good while the cyan looks like hell.
     
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