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DIP switch positions

Hi, Does anyone know where abouts the DIP switches are location on the Epson TM-L90 so I can change there positions? Any help or advice would be most appreiated. Thanks, Pete

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Found them finally Pete - this is the service manual for the printer; http://www.posguys.com/download/TML90_Peeler_TRG_RevB.pdf Check page 45 of the pdf (page2-21 of the manual) for the location of the switches, the next 2 pages for the settings a bit clearer than on my previous post. also probably worth a read through the rest, in case there are some other possible solutions - I couldn't find one but you might see something that sounds familiar. Hope this helps, still trying to find a user manual direct link, will post it if i find one :)

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