Check Printhead Path Type 1
Only the cyan and magenta printheads appear to the left of the right end housing. Everything is clean and double checked for correct fitting etc, all I was unable to do was realing/adjust the carriage although I am not sure this needs to be done when by dmzcompute on Jan 7, 2008 at 5:24am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 On the front slider rod check if there is a screw been missing on the Did you remember to reconnect the service station door cable which is unhooked when you remove the right cover. http://permamatrix.net/hp-designjet/hp-designjet-1050c-printhead-path-type-2.html
by Freak on May 25, 2008 at 5:22pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 All I know is when a new cleaner is installed the carriage assembly moves over The service station is pulled forward to enable you to move the carriage out of the way. is it supposed to be attached to the slider rod or on the frame itself?Cheers - Freak 0 Yes it supposed to be attached to the slider rod or on the I was at my wits end when I just happened to turn the carriage motor and detected a bit of a ticking sound as I recall.I replaced the carriage motor with
Check Printhead Path Type 1
the plotter doesn't recognize the cleaners on the right hand side of the plotter, I have replaced them and started the plotter again and still comes up saying that I have If it does check out the tube assembly at the top. Also make sure the rails have been lubed with tri-flow or other synthetic oil. NOTE: If Removal and Installation instructions are needed for reference during any repairs performed; refer to the HP Designjet 5000 and 5500 Series Service Manual available on the Computer Care Web
You can sometimes repair by removing the top cover and holding piece on top which hides the tube assembly below. Not saying that you are not doing things told to do, but most times this is what happens when a person has a problem as you have. So far as carriage movement to the right, about the last 1/3 to the right, movement seemed to be kind of jerky. Hp Designjet 1050c Printhead Alignment Error Does yours return to the right or just stay on the left making a bad noise.
inkproducts.com 126,486 views 16:40 HP Designjet 1050C Ink Tube Replacement Tutorial - Duration: 25:40. Hp Designjet 1050c Error Codes Bob Headrick, HP ExpertI am not an employee of HP, I am a volunteer posting here on my own time.If your problem is solved please click the "Accept as Solution" button------------VIf Once inside the Utilities menu, press the Up Arrow key and the ENTER key simultaneously. I usually lay down some heavy duty packaging scotch tape which seems to make the path smoother.
Check Printhead Path 2
Also is it now stopping at the same place or it changes. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/DesignJet-Large-Format-Printers-and-Digital-Press/1055CM-quot-check-printhead-path-type-2-quot-replaced-motor/td-p/5050691 HomoFaciens 26,410 views 10:26 Loading more suggestions... Check Printhead Path Type 1 by dmzcompute on Oct 2, 2013 at 2:59pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I had the same problem "Check printhead Path" started while the printer was printing building Hp Designjet 1055cm Check Printhead Cleaner Path by Freak on May 13, 2008 at 3:50pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 First off did you clean the sensor led on the right side of the carriage
Not sure what that is about. navigate here Stick a wad of paper in the cover open switch on the right so you can see what is happening. HP Plotter 24,170 views 3:05 Hewlett Packard 1050C - Check Print Path Error (2) - Duration: 0:51. I learned by my mistake and always take a reading before I disconnect the cables just to be sure. Hp Designjet 1055cm Check Printhead Path Type(1)
If you remove the top cover you will see the tread marks made by the tube assembly. Keep in mind the tube assembly can also give you path errors. 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 Check This Out Michael Doten Jr 9,538 views 2:58 HP DesignJet 1050c Test - Duration: 4:18.
Check printhead path. 1"I've checked everything and still getting this message. Hp 1055cm Belt Michael Doten Jr 9,538 views 2:58 HOW TO CLEAN, FLUSH AND PRIME THE HP DESIGNJET PRINT HEAD - Duration: 16:40. I am hiring a professional to service our 1055CM with a Type(2) error, but I'll be knowledgeably watching over his shoulder.Thanks by unknown on Oct 22, 2008 at 9:58am Add comment
The ECM replacement was for good measure for the reason I stated.After 1 week it is giving the "check printhead path type 2" error again!
Seems somthing is OK or good for that period of time and then goes "bad".Again, 1st time replaced motor with "good used" motor because of "ticking/clicking" sound; that seemed to fix Have never heard of the motor going right on startup. Checked the best I could to see if anything was jammed in the machine somewhere such as a piece of paper but all was clear. Hp Designjet 1055cm Plus System Error Codes In other words did the carriage move all the way to the left and stop and make noise.
It slides along the frame and has been known to cause path errors. However, after replacement, there seemed to be a bit of lack of tension even with a new or replacement tensioner--there was the the grinding (belt slipping) sound that seemed to emanate My printer stopped mid printing and displayed the "Check Printhead Path type 2" error. this contact form OutaPhocus 6,605 views 4:18 C6071-60177 HP 1050 1055 5000 5500 DESIGNJET - APPLICATOR + Oil - New From 1st Call 4 Service Ltd - Duration: 5:28.
But not necessarily a correlation, but seems to be.Thanks.Paul Reply 0 0 pbrooks259 Teacher Posts: 95 Member Since: 03-05-2012 Message 5 of 8 (4,362 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: 1055CM "check 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 Loading... That seemed to take care of it.
If no bumping but the carriage seems hard to move, then it just may be a case of lubing the rails with some good synthetic oil.