David R. Cunningham
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VP540i Print Issue

Started this discussion. Last reply by irving donaldson May 10. 3 Replies

Well, I've solved the issue of the scan motor the rail guides and everything else. The issue that I'm having now is when I did a test print my yellow continues to print without stopping. I've tried…Continue

VP540i Scan Motor Errors

Started this discussion. Last reply by irving donaldson Apr 30. 9 Replies

Ok folks... I have an issue. I own a VP540i and I am constantly getting multiple Scan Motor Errors. (0040, 0080 & 0090). However, this is the issue... It appears as the motor is good, but the…Continue

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Hometown: Please include City & State
Jeffersonville, Indiana
Core Business
Embroidery, Screen Printing, T-shirt Shop, Graphic Designer, Promotional Company
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Owner
Website:
http://CustomThreadsandInk.com
Type of Printer/Cutter if owned:
Roland VP540i, Multiple Epilog Lasers
Type of Heat Press if owned:
Stahls Fusion and Hotronix

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At 3:26pm on April 19, 2017, irving donaldson said…

If the motor is bad, you would expect an error on boot up. Once the machine cycles through a normal clean, it will attempt to do a media measurement. You will likely throw an error since it is attempting to move left and it is not moving at the correct speed - over temp reading. The cutting assembly is pulled by the motor attached to the belt. The drag comes from the printer assembly which is attached by a magnet.

At 12:24pm on April 19, 2017, irving donaldson said…

What makes you think the motor is good. Those are basically the same errors. You get the 10, or the 80 and the 90 is both. The motor is jamming and causing an overcurrent error.

 
 
 

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