I recently had a Roland serviceman come in to repair my printer. It had been dripping black ink out of the head, so I assumed it was the dampener, at least hoping it was. They came and did tests and then assumed it was a print head. They installed the print head and then attempted to start up printer. Printer didn't get ink to the head, so they turned it off and then disconnected the cable to a circuit board. While they disconnected the cable ribbon, it apparently had bent some of the connections. When they plugged the cable back in it didn't work at all, and then they discovered it blew out a bunch of fuses on the next board. So they had to order a bunch of fuses, then tried it again, and it blew out the fuses again. Then they ordered new ribbon cables and new circuit boards. Ended up, one circuit board was dead and the installed new cables and a new circuit board then made the printer work again. They ended up taking the new installed head out, and changing the dampener and it took care of the dripping ink problem. Now my printer prints better than before by changing the dampener I presume. But now I received the bill and I am paying for all the parts. Is this correct? I am responsible for parts that would working fine before the servicing of the printer? Anyone have any experience with this?