Question about Citizen CBM 1000 thermal Printer
I have a Citizen CBM 1000 II thermal printer that gives me a low voltage error. I am very in touch with electronics. At first I thought it was a capacitor problem, but after replacing the 35v 1000 uF with a 50v 1000 uF capacitor, the problem was not solved. I have had this problem with numerious reciept printers, both type I and type II. Looking for a possible solution, but dont be afriad to skip on the technolocial explanation.
Check fuse 2 as this would cause the 3 short 1 long flash code. Even if its not blown at least you can trace that part of the crcuit for other blown devices
Posted on Nov 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Slow Printing
is it serial or parallel?
If it's serial, You can change the com port settings (baud rate) to a higher speed. You would need to change the dips on the printer to read the same Baud rate.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
Here's the link directly to Citizen to download.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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