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Sounds like the motor is jammed.
This is a scan motor over current error where a large load is put on the motor movement instantaneously. Turn the power off, clear any media jam that may have occurred and turn the printer back on. If the error continues, please contact your local Roland Service Center.
I have the same problem with my module and I can\'t find the solution anyware for the thing.Closest solution that I could find is something about Roland power adapter.Apparently module won\'t work with any adapter with the same voltage,only Roland or Boss B.R.A. adapters works.I have original Roland adapter and still shows an Analog test error.
Have you find the solution in meantime by any chance?
this sounds like a scan motor error. clean encoding strip and test. If still wavy remove scan sensor the one that reads the encoder strip, clean with alcohol, replace and test. if still bad replace encoder strip and the eye that reads it.