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A belt fell off on the inside of my printer and i dont know where it goes

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  • bluegoose32 Dec 11, 2008

    A belt fell off my DesignJet 110nr plus. The belt is about 3" in diameter and 1/8" wide. Facing the front of the printer, the belt is located on the extreme left end of the carriage. The belt is around what appears to be the shaft that moves the paper. There is a plastic gear attached to the shaft that is probably one half of the belt path, but I cannot see another gear that would complete the belt path. The printer still prints on roll feed paper; I have not tried sheet feed paper. If anyone has a drawing or description that would tell me where this belt belongs, I would appreciate a posting that includes the info.



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  • bluegoose32 Dec 15, 2008

    The Output Belt was off my printer. The Raceway Holder is located in the center of the printer. The Raceway Holder is a guide for the Ink Supply Tubes. The Raceway Holder comes off easily. We had recently moved the printer. I suspect the Raceway Holder was jarred out of the hole where it was seated and the printer carriage pushed it to the left end of the printer where it pushed the Output Belt off its gear. My initial symptom was an error 86-11. I found the Raceway Holder lying on the left end of the carriage. After I removed the Raceway Holder from the carriage path, seated it in its hole, and threaded the Ink Supply Tubes through the loop on the end of the Raceway Holder, the error 86-11 went away. When retrieving the Raceway Holder from the left end of the carriage, I noticed the Output Belt was dangling from the paper drive shaft. That is when I had to find a manual to determine how to take the cover off the printer. The center cover and the left-hand cover must be removed to access the gears for the Output Belt. Bottom line: To avoid headaches after moving the printer, check to make sure the Raceway Holder is properly seated before using the printer.

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