Please help ASAP (newbie here)

Mimaki Mama

New Member
Hey guys. I need some help. I already posted once and I'm sorry if my forum etiquette is not good.

Please can someone help me find info on replacing a JV3-75 SPII cyan head.

I've searched the mimaki threads and haven't found any info. please respond here or send email <janis.klonowski@gmail.com>

Much appreciation in advance to whomever can offer some help...
 

BobbyFosson

New Member
If you have never changed a printhead and properly calibrated them before, you really need to get someone there that knows what they are doing.

Hard to understand why it takes over a week to get a tech there.

Printer techs get paid to do this service and asking a tech to tell you how to do it for free may be a bit much to ask. IMO

Call your tech or a semi-local competitor to see if they can help.

(PS... I will be deleting your duplicate post)
 

Mimaki Mama

New Member
Advantage can't get here until next week. Grimco won't come out because we didn't buy our machine from them. Local techs won't because ... well... because they don't want the responsibility.
ugh. Now what?! I have print head in hand from CMYKparts.
 

iSign

New Member
sub out prints till next week. Trying to do something that complicated to save a week of production could end up costing you a lot more
 

Mimaki Mama

New Member
okay thanks for the advice.
I enjoy reading the posts on the Mimaki Forum.
Thanks for helping me avert disaster!
 

Case

New Member
Are you sure you couldn't get help from Advantage??? I heard they are in your area at this moment............

Case
 

Case

New Member
My friend is a tech out of Detroit for Advantage... I heard he called you and told you that he would be there to fix your machine and you told him you were going to repair the machine yourself...

Is this true?

Just askin'....

Case
 

Case

New Member
That is exactly what I thought... You never know who is reading the message boards Mimaki Mama......... Case closed...


Case
 

RippinPC

New Member
I am in Cincinnati and do service up in your area. Your best bet is to pay someone who is willing to train you to do the repair yourself. First time is much safer and easier to be shown than to try and figure everything out yourself. Parts can be very expensive and easily damaged. This is exactly the type of work I enjoy most.
 
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