Question about HP Designjet T1100ps Printer
How do you load roll paper
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP designjet 430 E Plotter
The reason it could be the main board is that it tells the front panel lights what to do. This seems like a logical problem the printer is having, usually things freeze when internal memory is bad. Surely have the main board replaced. There is a part of the internal programming that it cant get past. Compare it with trying to read a sector of a cd-rom that is scratched.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
SOURCE: Media Rejection
I have some bad news for you. The media sensor is faulty. This sensor is not sold seperatly. The entire pen carrage (head) has to be replaced at quite a cost.
Your part number from an HP parts supplier is C4713-60039
Its strange that is a refurbished machine with a faulty carrage. Maybee you can claim under a warrenty
Posted on May 25, 2009
This is the problem with the sensor. It tries to read the size of the paper, the sensor is on the side of the carriage assy(cartridges are installed on this assy). You can try cleaning this sensor or get it replaced or some times the service center will replace the carriage unit as a whole.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
Testimonial: "Is there a specific proceedure that I would use to clean the sensor?"
SOURCE: HP DesignJet 430 rejecting media
When you load the paper, the carriage edge detector measures exactly where the right edge of the paper is located. Then the paper is rolled forward and the edge is measured again. If there is a difference in the measurements, the printer assumes the paper is not loaded squarely and rejects the paper. After you load the paper and the printer asks you to align the paper, take your time, release the paper with the release lever, and line up the right edge of the paper with the right edge of the paper roll. You might have to do it more than once to get it to load. Some plotters are very sensitive and others are more forgiving.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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