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We traced the problem to the gear. To do a dry run we are considering re-assembly with the flex-foil (wiring to the print head) disconnected. A bit of under-pressure is apparently intended to improve the effectiveness of the soft seal ring around the 4 sponges in the capping station. Reply Jerry Fraser says: 17-Aug-12 at 20:08 UTC My B9180 has started to loose its grip at the end of an A3 print causing the last two cm. Check This Out

Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC [ DST ] Powered by phpBB Forum Software © phpBB Group Subscribe for $1/month Login Videos Luminous The only problem (besides an occasional, frustrating misfeed) is that now I have printer lust for the Epson 3880. At start up it recognised the missing cartridge, invited me to put it in, and now it /seems/ to be OK.So, maybe the cartridge wasn't fitted properly; maybe the cartridge is I decided to plug it in again before sending it back to HP; to my great surprise, the "Service Stall" error was no longer in play.

Close the top door, and then press the OK button. Step three: Print a test page Print a test page to make sure the printer functions correctly. The gear probably failed because something in the drive chain between motor and the rack-and-pinion to move the hard/soft sponge assembly was jammed. First Time Here?

Would be appreciated. The pump is a peristaltic pump that literally pushes out air by squeezing soft silicone tubes. Both "coins" (quarter/Euro sized) are gears with somewhat different diameter. If these steps resolved the issue, there is no need to continue troubleshooting.

But it is unlikely that this failed? 3. How can I reassemble? in any way. The parts arrived, but I don't know whether they were actually installed.

Reply Bill Leslie says: 9-Mar-15 at 16:07 UTC I am trying to repair a HP B9180 and I cam across this post on your website. If 90% of the ink gets onto paper, and 10% of the ink is needed for maintenance (sneezing, coughing to clear the print heads), it should last about 75 ink cartridges Reply 0 0 DJLatDSG Honor Student Posts: 3 Member Since: ‎06-23-2010 Message 5 of 15 (3,524 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: B9180 Service Stall error message Options Mark as New Bookmark I will inquire.

What can I do to repair it? https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/28239807 I've searched the Internet without any consistent advice. Best regards, Jan Reply Kevin Lee says: 16-Jan-11 at 21:03 UTC Your post was very helpful. Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  or Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the

I took it apart (documenting what I did) but didn't reach the actual motor as it is hard to reach. http://permamatrix.net/hp-photosmart/hp-photosmart-carriage-jam-fix.html Jun 10, 2008 Two days ago, I got this error with Red exclamation point flashing. Available Light Jun 11, 2008 Re: Anybody get B9180 Service Stall? Interim answer: say you can dump 200 ml in the tank (half evaporates?).

I am not sure where to go from here. October 17, 2016, 06:28:03 PM HomeHelpSearchLoginRegister Luminous Landscape Home Luminous Landscape Forum > Raw & Post Processing, Printing > Printing: Printers, Papers and Inks > HP B9180 'service stall' error It serves the same purpose as the cap on a pen: it reduces the chance of the print heads drying out. this contact form Thank you! Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Printers > Inkjet > B9180 Service Stall error message HP Support Forums Join in the conversation.

The noise originated from/near with the motor responsible for switching between the hard- (capping) and soft (spitting) sponges. Z7_M0I02JG0KONJ30ACBBF8MM1084 hp-hero-support-search Actions ${title} Loading... How does HP install software and gather data?

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Browse Nikonians Forums Articles Galleries Workshops Shop Vouchers & Coupons Blog Podcasts THE NIKONIAN™ Books & Magazines Apps Search World of Nikonians About Nikonians Discover Nikonians Jobs at Nikonians Nikonians Team There seems to be a sensor (coding disc) at the other end of the motor axle. I've already removed the power for some time.Has anyone any suugestions? Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.

Damage in transit caused printheads to jar out of place disconnecting them from the drive belt. johnblue3 Jun 10, 2008 Re: Anybody get B9180 Service Stall? This explains the gnashing noise. navigate here Home Forums Articles Galleries Recent Photos Contest Help Search News All categories Industry Community Bo & JRP talk Hardware Software Nikon Books & DVD Workshops Shop More Upgrade Membership Recommendedmembers All

Member Offline Posts: 1357 Still crazy, after all these years HP B9180 'service stall' error « Reply #1 on: March 31, 2010, 01:23:07 PM » DerekTry visiting the Photo-i Forum -http://www.photo-i.co.uk/BB/viewforum.php?f=39There members All members Fundraising Contests Awards Testimonials For the Press Subscribe Join Nikonians Membership levels Newsletter RSS feed Need help? I've searched the Internet without any consistent advice. A 'Carriage Stall...Clear Carriage Obstruction and Press OK to Continue' Message Displays for HP Photosmart B9180 and B9180gp Photo Printers Issue The following error message displays on the control panel display:

I have installed all the normal upgrades that are available and have also taken the advice of many on this website and tried to reset the printer by powering off the Any suggestions how to fix this?? This did not work. Step two: Inspect for any obstructions Open the top door of the printer.

Reply Jason Davidson says: 26-Mar-11 at 18:33 UTC Peter Just to ask whether replacing the gear actually worked? Sign up Already have an account?