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Roland Fj-52 print issue help needed!

Discussion in 'Roland' started by anozira02, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. anozira02

    anozira02 Member

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    I am trying send a test print to my Roland Fj-52 from Flexi 7.6 nothing happening! In the Rip and Print folder shows it's sending the file 100% done...but it's not printing anything at all. Been trying over and over to send the file and sometimes the printer comes on like if it is going to print, then still nothing. Would appreciate all the help I can get!
     
  2. maynemag

    maynemag Member

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    I had a similar problem with my FJ-50, found out that I had too many other programs open, when i was using flexi. Try closing everything but the production manager and flexi. Hope this helps. Also if you have the printer on the menu screen and not the main screen it won't do anything either. Hit the the setup sheet button and see if that does the trick.
     
  3. CS-SignSupply

    CS-SignSupply Very Active Member

    Another thing to try is to check "Use Standard LPT Driver" and uncheck "Check port state before sending" in the Device Setup within Production Manager.

    Assuming you are connecting via Parallel Cable...

    Questions:
    What OS are you using?
    How long is the Parallel Printer cable?
     
  4. anozira02

    anozira02 Member

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    Ok,, when I hit the setup button "NOW PROCESSING " comes up, after that the menu window shows:

    W 580 mm
    NORMAL BI-DIR

    When I read the User Manual this should be correct!

    I assume the (W) is the width of the material and the other is how the printer will handle the printing. Will keep you posted!
     
  5. anozira02

    anozira02 Member

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    I am using a 12' parallel cable, using Windows XP. Tomorrow will give your suggestion a go....thanks for your input....
     
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