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  1. #1
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    Dec 2010
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    Roland FJ50 Service Manual

    I am looking for a Roland FJ 50 Service Manual. I have the user guides but was looking for the good stuff. Please let me know if you have it. I have a FJ 50 I am trying to determine if the printer is worth investing in. I have a print head that smokes when I power the unit on. What I believe I should be able to do is enter service mode with the heads disconnected and run through the system with the heads disconnected. If the system seems functional and I really have a bad head I can then proceed to get the heads, capping station, pump, dampers, new ink lines, wipers, and ink and may have a slow but good resorce. When I power the unit on with no heads the message on the unit display tells me low temperature so I am thinking the unit may be worth looking at. Any help is much appreciated.

    Thank you
    mrfern

  2. #2
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    Thank you

    Thank you for the PM's on the manual. I really can not say enough about how great the posters are here. Not only is the information top notch but the humor and assistance are top quality.

    Thank you
    mrfern

  3. #3
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    anytime

  4. #4
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    I just get a used roland fj50 and would like to enter in service mode to fine tune or changed the head. I keep trying the one on the service manual, but it does not work. Any suggestion. Thanks

  5. #5
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    Fj50or 40 service manual

    Quote Originally Posted by mrfern View Post
    I am looking for a Roland FJ 50 Service Manual. I have the user guides but was looking for the good stuff. Please let me know if you have it. I have a FJ 50 I am trying to determine if the printer is worth investing in. I have a print head that smokes when I power the unit on. What I believe I should be able to do is enter service mode with the heads disconnected and run through the system with the heads disconnected. If the system seems functional and I really have a bad head I can then proceed to get the heads, capping station, pump, dampers, new ink lines, wipers, and ink and may have a slow but good resorce. When I power the unit on with no heads the message on the unit display tells me low temperature so I am thinking the unit may be worth looking at. Any help is much appreciated.

    Thank you
    mrfern
    Im ALSO LOOKING FOR SERVICE BOOK CANANYBODY HELP

  6. #6
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    Fj 50

    i have them all, send me a pm with email and a reminder of what you need

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