Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
Is it possible to buy the Epson 42V printer head seperately for this machine?
The 42V printer has no head, as it is a drum printer, so the little numbers that print are on a small rotary drum that you can see spinning around while it prints. Whenever I have tried to obtain parts in the past, I have always been told that you just buy the whole printer, and believe me , it's worth it. They are almost impossible to work on, as they have so many tiny fiddly parts. You usually end up breaking the printer while trying to get it apart. The printer is usually not too expensive, and when the drum is worn, the rest of the parts are usually on the way out as well. They are considered to be a consumable part of the machine with a limited lifetime, as these basic registers are not expected to last more than a few years.
Do you know that the fault is definitely in the drum? There are other issues with these that can be fixed without dismantling the printer. If you let me know the symptom, I might be able to help further.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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