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SP-300 Invalid Pinch Roller Position

Discussion in 'Roland' started by CENTERVILLE SIGNS, Oct 20, 2020.

  1. CENTERVILLE SIGNS

    CENTERVILLE SIGNS Member

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    Now it's the pinch roller position ... every week something else
     
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  2. Solventinkjet

    Solventinkjet DIY Printer Fixing Guide

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    That's a common issue with the Sp300s. The obvious first thing to look at is that the pinch rollers are actually in the proper position. If they are and it still gives you that error, you need to change the cut tool trailing cable. I have them here if you need it.
     
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  3. Tizz

    Tizz Member

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    Had a similar issue with mine a while back. Left pinch roller error everytime a new media was loaded to get a media length reading.
    Cleaned the encoder strip (linear scale), and it worked. Ended up flipping this after a while when it came back then changed it when the new one arrived.
    Fixed my issue.
     
  4. hand851

    hand851 Roland Mutoh & Mimaki inks digiprint-parts.com

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    Replace the cable going to the cutter head 23475207 -00 CABLE-CARD, 15P1 1900L BB
     
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  5. CENTERVILLE SIGNS

    CENTERVILLE SIGNS Member

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    great, where does it go?
     
  6. hand851

    hand851 Roland Mutoh & Mimaki inks digiprint-parts.com

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    Main board. take your time. Use the old cable to pull in the new one. You may need a tech to do this.
     
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