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How to Solve Print-Quality Problems. hp DesignJet 430, 450C and 455CA Printers Quick Reference Service Manual 3 System Error: Steady DM - Obstacle or friction in X-axis. The rest is the plotter is looking for you to load a sheet of paper. by unknown on Jun 27, 2004 at 8:40am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 First you have to make sure the mark encoder has not fallen off, it is http://permamatrix.net/hp-designjet/hp-designjet-500-out-of-memory-data-was-lost.html

Send the file from the computer through the serial or parallel ports (Ready LED flashes). Perform a Service Test on the Failed Component/Assembly. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Reconnect or replace the trailing cable.

At high temperatures, and if the fan is not working correctly, the internal resistance of the motor driver may increase, causing a decrease in the voltage between the motor contacts, and If the test passes, the Sheet LED (LED O) will light up. The time now is 08:58 PM. If the rotary blades are touching each other by the sloping sides, you must reseat them. • The Printer must be placed as close to the edge as possible to make

Clearing All Parameters 1 Switch the Printer OFF. 2 While holding down the Setup, Form Feed, Reprint, Print Quality and Media Type keys down, switch the Printer ON. 3 Once the Turn the Printer OFF and perform the EEROM Model ID configuration procedure again from step 2. 13 Perform the accuracy calibration. 10 Quick Reference Service Manual HP DesignJet 430, 450C and Faulty or badly connected trailing cable. Faulty Y-motor. 9.

Sensors Test Purpose - Checks the operation of the cover sensor, pincharm sensor and media sensor. The Fast, Normal and Best LEDs (LEDs ABC) will light up. 5 Using a suitable tool, short-circuit pins 1 and 2 (the first two pins on the right) of the media Unfortunately this is one of the tough errors for this series. http://fixyourownprinter.com/posts/19943 Perform the Accuracy Calibration.

Add to Want to watch this again later? Keep in mind that the value printed on the service configuration plot may greatly underestimate the amount of ink in the spittoon. by Keith on Jun 18, 2004 at 1:16pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Lets try a couple of things. A charge can cause the media to stick to itself and jam the Printer.

If so, the problem may be in the electronics module, media motor or drive-roller gear; if alignment is incorrect, the problem may be in the carriage. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xjou4x_designjet-450-repairs-cartridge-data-error_tech the encode cable looks to be in good shape....the trailing cable is connected....but I am lost beyond that. Working... First press theCANCELbutton.

Load the film with the matte (dull) side down, in portrait orientation. this contact form Incorrect communications cable. System Error: Steady DEFK - Not enough memory for current plot. The trailing cable may be preventing the carriage from reaching the left-hand stop.

The way to enter into Bench Run is to press the Media Source and Form Feed keys in Service Mode 1. You can also look through our error codes which will tell you the basic problem with your printer e.g. Faulty or badly connected X-axis Encoder Cable. 5. have a peek here If the test passes, the following LEDs will be lit (ON).

In service mode 2, press Electrical Test (Form Feed Key). Simply read these 9 lights from left to right (moving horizontally). This component should then be replaced.

If the cartridge is still rejected then replace the cartridge with a new one.

In service mode 2, press Bail Test (Setup Key). System Error: Flashing KLM - This error code indicates a severe problem which will require a Service Engineer to troubleshoot. Servo/Encoder Test The servo/encoder test performs the Media-axis and Carriage-axis encoder test and also records the maximum friction detected in the EEROM, which can viewed on the service configuration plot. What can I do if the Media continuously crashes?

The bail may fall from the up position. If the media crashes when moving the Cutter: • Make sure that there is no media trapped inside the Cutter mechanism. Any problems with the carriage-motor control system (for example, the encoder strip) or associated mechanics could cause this problem. Check This Out Replace the Carriage Assembly.

Faulty X-motor. Electronics module - any good way of determining if it is the root of the prob? Generated Mon, 17 Oct 2016 20:46:25 GMT by s_wx1094 (squid/3.5.20) Unload the sheet from the printer.

Wait until the computer has indicated that it has sent the file (Ready LED continues to flash). Ensure that the belt and belt pulley are in correct working order. NOTE: If removal and replacement instructions are needed for reference during any repairs performed, refer to the HP Designjet 400 Series Service Manual available on the Partner Care Web site for Check and if necessary replace the Trailing Cable.

Line Sensor Test Failure If the Line Sensor test fails: Performing the accuracy calibration. Thank you very much for the last response. Faulty electronics module. Damian I know it can be done, I just don't know how to do it yet Reply With Quote 2005-06-01,07:02 AM #2 mark.ratcliff View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date

Check for a faulty or badly connected X-axis Encoder Cable. Loading... Also, if the carriage cannot find the true left stop during initialization (caused by interference), the engaging lever cannot be located. If the carriage moves over the engaging lever without raising it, you may need to adjust the carriage angle on the slider rod.

There is a light sensor on the right side of the carriage which builds up with dirt and ink and I guess it is possible to be so dirty that the After initializing, error code "DLM" will appear because the Accuracy Calibration must still be performed. 12 Press the Cancel key and print the Demo Plot to check if the Printer has Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Each time a key is pressed, the Coated LED (LED I) will be lit.