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I do this with all 1050 plotters I work on even if the belt is not changed since sometime the ledge that the carriage moves over warps just a bit over If the sensor/switch is broken, then the cover needs to be replaced. I learned by my mistake and always take a reading before I disconnect the cables just to be sure. Try the removing of the printheads and cleaners first and turning on and see what happens. Source

Maybe I should start from the start again??????? Without that spring the necessary tension for smooth operation of the carriage is lacking and until you get the spring or fabricate one that performs the same function you will continue Some other number was 10+ (I forget which one, just borderline). thanks - Reply 0 0 HP_user_fixer Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎05-03-2011 Message 4 of 7 (7,195 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP DesignJet 1055cm Error Code Options Mark as New

Hp Designjet 1055cm Plus Check Printhead Path Type 2

But once in a while you get lucky. by Speedin360 on Oct 2, 2013 at 11:00am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Get the service manual. You then remove the cover but keep it upright as there is a cable that needs to be disconnected one the cover is off the printer.

The printhead shoots back and forth...the motor looks functional. I'll try that. Have the cleaners in the tray and remove the printheads and start the plotter and when it ask for the printheads install them and when it asks for the cleaners just Switch Power Off Check Printhead Path 1 Since then I've found that indeed a somewhat stiffer tensioner spring can overcome the belt slipping problem that results in the grinding sound.No error message has resulted from the lack of

by dmzcompute on May 8, 2008 at 2:48pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 THANK YOU SO MUCH I DID IT AND THE BELT TIGHT.NOW I NEED TO KNOW Hp Designjet 1055cm Check Printhead Cleaner Path Stick a wad of paper in the cover open switch on the right so you can see what is happening. Being by the service station is sometimes gets ink sprayed on it which could effect the carriage movement when it can not read the lines. great post to read By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum!

Is it smooth the complete width of the plotter, is there any bumping action or tightness. Hp Designjet 1055cm Printhead Failed cheers for your help though. That printer has a fuse which can be replaced and I would remove the small fuse and run a ohm test to see if it is blown. ensuring I done the continuity check etc.The moment came when it was time to see if my labour had paid off!!!It didn't and now I have the 'Check Printhead Path Error

Hp Designjet 1055cm Check Printhead Cleaner Path

Afterwards ran the hieght gage test, but the message still came up. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/DesignJet-Large-Format-Printers-and-Digital-Press/HP-DesignJet-1055cm-ERROR/td-p/5069273 Usually the plotter does a self test and after that starts the initialization and the motor will start to turn at that point moving the carriage all the way to the Hp Designjet 1055cm Plus Check Printhead Path Type 2 Thanks. - qman29 0 Now that I have oiled it up, checked the height and done everything else mentioned, I am starting to lose hope, is there any chance that the Hp Designjet 1055cm Check Printhead Path Type(1) It slides along the frame and has been known to cause path errors.

You can not just tell by looking at the tube assembly if it is causing the issue. http://upintheaether.com/hp-designjet/hp-designjet-1055cm-error-codes.php the motor continues to try and move the carriage but it cant go any further. I guess you could raise it enough to eliminate it has the problem. by Freak on May 13, 2008 at 6:41pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Lets try one more thing. Hp Designjet 1050c Printhead Alignment Error

I need some help trying to narrow down what it might be. Put them in and close the door and see what happens. - dmzcompute 0 I really need your help please.I hade printhead (2) and noise m realy grinding noise.I replace belt By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum! have a peek here Also you do not tell use about the movement of the carriage by hand.

Have already replaced all printheads,Cleaners as well as carriage belt due to wear but errors still occur. Hp Designjet 1050c Error Codes put the plotter back together and turned in on. The door is closed.

When you replace the carriage assembly and change the belt and even over time the height of the carriage can change.

by dmzcompute on May 13, 2008 at 7:23pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Ok I removed all the printheads and left the cleaners in there, as the plotter In order to do this you need to use the tool I describe in my answer to Freak above. If it did the same thing before I would lean towards a bad main board. Hp Designjet 1055cm Plus System Error Codes That cable is the sensor/switch cable.

by Stephen on May 1, 2007 at 2:14pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Could be the motor itself...make sure the encoder strip is not damaged or dirty by If you remove the top cover you will see the tread marks made by the tube assembly. Thank you for all of the information you have provided; much of it over and over again. Check This Out Something is effecting the smooth movement of the carriage assembly.

There is a special tool you can order from hp which fits in the carriage printhead slot and is used to determine the correct height. Unfortunately I was unable to see it working when I purchased it (I know I know stupid and all that )Anyway, I was getting 'Check Printhead Path Error (1) and sometimes Keep rubbing until no more ink shows up on the cloth. There are many causes such as and not limited to, obstructions, not cleaning the crud off the motor pully when replacing the belt, worn tube assembly rubbing on the top frame,

By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Sign-in Register Site help Skip to ContentSkip to FooterLaptops & tablets Business Premium Gaming Standard laptops One thing which you may have overlooked in the correct way the belt is afixed to the carriage assembly. by Speedin360 on Oct 1, 2013 at 5:07pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Only 2 things left as long as the encoder is fine. First Time Here?

by dmzcompute on May 6, 2008 at 8:42pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thanks for that DMZ, I adjusted the carriage assembly and ran it across the length Upon start up the plotter prompts the self test, and gives me the error code 0B0006, i've looked online and had no luck, and i've also called HP and was told Since I had a used one on hand, I replaced the ECM (used for used) thinking that perhaps there for some reason could be an intermittent problem with the main pca Also you will want to clean the encoder strip which runs thru the back of the carriage assembly as that positions the carriage in the correct spot and if dirty or

That said the most common especially when changing the belt or carriage assembly is not adjusting the carriage height with the special tool provided when you get a new carriage. On the left side is the tensioneer assembly which is a spring loaded clip. Wird geladen... Turn the printer off and open the center window and open the cleaner door on the right and pull the cleaner tray out.

You'll see that in the video the print carriage shoots to the middle and then the plotter gives the error, it either lands in the middle of the rails or will Remove all four printhead cleaners. Once it goes to initialization the carriage goes to the end of the track where the cartridges are and stops.