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Re: 8400 fault code
37,016.4x - PEST_FAULT_HM_CLUTCH_DISCONNECT
PEST - Head maintenance clutch disconnect. The head maintenance clutch is not
drawing the expected power from the supply.
1. Run the Head Maintenance Clutch test.
2. Check the Head Maintenance Clutch wiring.
3. Disconnect the Wave Amp signal cable from the left
side of the Electronics Module. If the error code
changes, replace the Wave Amp.
4. Replace the head maintenance clutch.
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Dell Dimension 8400 PC"s use either Broadcom Extreme Ethernet controllers OR, on SOME models of the 8400 that do NOT have ON-board Ethernet connections, SMC Networks Ethernet Drivers. I've seen MANY a Dell Dimension.
. Check for spilled ink and ink overflow from printhead reservoirs. If reservoirs have overflowed or a large amount of ink is present in bottom of machine, the printer has most likely been tilted, tipped or moved while hot and this may not be covered under normal warranty or service agreement. Contact Customer and Technical Support for additional troubleshooting assistance. 3. Check printhead wiper, wiper belts and drive gears for damage. 4. Check the wiper alignment and physically align wiper as outlined in Section 6 of Service Manual, Wiper Alignment Procedure. Run the Wiper Alignment test. Reference Section 3 of Service Manual 8,0XX.xx Errors - Wiper/Media Drive Faults. 5. Run the Head Maintenance Clutch test.
That is normally a RAM failure. You can try going to the back of the machine and opening the plate which covers the memory stick or sticks, depending on how much memory you have. Remove and reseat the memory. You may have had a memory failure, memory dump or electronics module failure. Kind of a difficult one to trouble shoot.
That is related to the print head heating. Normally one of the print head heaters fails which requires replacement of the print head. The other item I have seen fail and cause that code is the electronics module. Both are very expensive.
That is related to the memory or the entire electronics module. There is no specific 11,009 codes that I can find. I am basing this on the fact that the 11 codes are all based on the memories and ECT Module.