"LOL, I am a lot bigger than that - I did not take offense - I would probably not answer at all - I responded again because I wanted to see you get it sorted out. First step as stated is to see if the fuses are blown - then we can go from there."
"I reread and if that was rude, then not sure how to rephase it to be brief and then get to the other posts. So to all who are reading if you looking for pretty answers, pray that I do not answer. I do my best to answer all the post I can as succint…"
"If you do not turn off and discharge your machine before you disconnect the ribbon cables leading to the head that will also blow the fuses. Easiest fix if that was the case is to have fuses soldered on top of the old fuses. My 2 cents. Good Luck!"
"Thanks Irvin. It's rude, but clear ;)
But I do not think I have put ink everywhere, I have isolated and used paper towels to deal with this eventuality. I had numbered the cables to reconnect them to the same place.
To be more…"
"As a tech, I will assure based on what you typed - you blew the new head (broke)
You can follow the protocols, but even what is in the service manual does not have all the steps and a trained tech have the missing steps and the training blogs to…"
Hi, and first, sorry for my english. I'm a french graphic designer and I try to save my VS-420.I just changed the print head of my Roland VS-420.I have a big problem: It does not print anymore.Indeed, I followed the change protocol to the letter, I even replaced the dampers and and the ink pump.But, after trying multiples powerful cleaning, I can't print a "test print".Nothing comes out of the print head. I also noticed that the ink was no longer flowing through the transparent pump tyuals…See More