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Try cleaning the clear plasic strip the carriage rides on with rubbing alcohol or put some 3 in 1 oil on the silver bar it rides on

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Hp designjet 500 with error code 02:10 can firmware be reloaded?


the error code gives :
Carriage failure. The possible cause could be:

The Carriage PCA is not compatible with the rest of the Printer.
The Carriage ASIC has problems initializing.
The +2.5V reference voltage generated in the Carriage PCA is out of range.
One of the Carriage ASIC's cannot be found within the Serial Bus that connects the Electronics Module to the Carriage.
One of the Carriage ASIC's did not respond to the Serial Bus that connects the Electronics Module to the Carriage Assembly.
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I am Eric, I have this error message on my epson stylus pro 9600, SERVICE REQ. 00010004


Hi,

Service Request errors in the range 00010004 - 000101D are related to a carriage movement problem. In some instances like paper jams, the carriage locking tab may be partially pushed in, causing the carriage locking mechanism to put a drag on the carriage or lock the carriage completely. This will cause a carriage error. Make sure the carriage locking tab is pulled to the left. Then turn the printer's power off and release the carriage by pushing down on the cutter blade. Slide the carriage to the left and look for any paper that also may be restricting the carriage from moving freely.

00010004 CR Motor encoder check error
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I have an epson 4880 with an error reading "service req. 0001001d" How can I fix this


Service Request errors in the range 00010004 - 000101D are related to a carriage movement problem. In some instances like paper jams, the carriage locking tab may be partially pushed in, causing the carriage locking mechanism to put a drag on the carriage or lock the carriage completely. This will cause a carriage error. Make sure the carriage locking tab is pulled to the left. Then turn the printer's power off and release the carriage by pushing down on the cutter blade. Slide the carriage to the left and look for any paper that also may be restricting the carriage from moving freely.

00010004 CR Motor encoder check error 00010005 CR Motor out of step 00010006 CR Motor over current 00010007 CR Motor in-position time-out 0001000A CR axis detection error 0001000F CR Motor PWM output faulty 0001001D CR servo parameter error

The T-Fence may also be dirty or out of the carriage encoder. Check to make sure it is clean and in the center of the encoder. Contact Epson for additional assistance.

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Carriage jam - Turn machine on, get carriage jam message, however the carriage can move freely if moved by hand. If I close and hit enter, carriage sounds like it's moving, then I get the error message...


Sorry about the B.S., you can move the carriage by hand, and all you need is to clean the encoder strip that runs across behind the carriage assembly. You can wipe the strip gently with an alcohol swab or a Q-tip moist with alcohol. The bars on that strip tell the carriage where it is and grease or ink on it will give the carriage jam error. No calibration necessary after moving the head or cleaning the strip.

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Cartridge Jammed Error 5100 Bob


This is what the service manual says for that error:

“CARTRIDGE JAMMED”
Printing position compensation failed
Cause: Carriage movement prevented by one of the following.
Damaged or deformed carriage shaft.
Insufficient grease.
Solution: Replace the carriage shaft.
Replace the deformed parts.
Apply more grease.

Cause: Bi-directional print displacement compensation failed because the carriage motor is out of step, or
some similar reason.
Solution: Replace the carriage motor.

Home position error
Cause: Tried to stop the carriage unit that has been moving or to move the carriage unit at a pause by force.
Solution: Do not touch the carriage unit other than the carriage at the cartridge replacement position.

Cause: Foreign body in carriage section.
Solution: Open flatbed ***’y and remove the foreign body.

Cause: Loose carriage belt.
Solution: Replace the carriage unit.

Cause: Carriage motor does not work.
Solution: Switch Power OFF/ON.
Replace the carriage motor.

Cause: The position of the carriage cannot be detected (due to smears on the carriage encoder film or a MAIN
board failure).
Solution: Switch Power OFF/ON.
Wipe the carriage encoder film with a cloth moistened with alcohol.
Replace the carriage unit.
Replace the carriage encoder film.
Replace the MAIN board.

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Carriage jam


Usually when the printer displays a carriage jam error the carriage assembly is jamming along the carrige path.
There may be something in the carriage path or the carriage shaft may need lubricating.
Check the area where the carriage is has stoped. There might be an obstruction visible.

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Canon i80 service error 5100


Hi guys,
Service error 5100 indicates that carriage return (CR) operation is not performed successfully. After the printer turned on, printer initialize some operation include CR operation. This error happens when carriage part (carriage unit) has problem when move right and left in initialization process.
This may be caused by:
  • Faulty carriage part so thatit cannot read film encoder properly. As a result, carriagepart move on uncontrolled.
  • Dirty film timing **** strip (Horizontal film encoder;available only ini series and above) so carriage part cannot read film encoder properly.
  • Another material (such as broken paper, etc) present in carriage path, blocking carriage part from moving.
To fix this problem you may try the following tips:
  • Check if any material present in carriage path; remove (clear) it
  • Check if film encoder is dirty; wipe slightly with moistened clothe.
  • At last, if carriage part is faulty you need to replace it.
Hope this will be helpful for you. Please don't forget to rate me.
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Canon i80 error 5100


Hi antoinette,
Someone has ever asked this problem and I have post a solution for this. Here is my answer:
Service error 5100 indicates that carriage return (CR) operation is not performed successfully. After the printer turned on, printer initialize some operation include CR operation. This error happens when carriage part (carriage unit) has problem when move right and left in initialization process.
This may be caused by:

* Faulty carriage part so thatit cannot read film encoder properly. As a result, carriagepart move on uncontrolled.
* Dirty film timing **** strip (Horizontal film encoder;available only ini series and above) so carriage part cannot read film encoder properly.
* Another material (such as broken paper, etc) present in carriage path, blocking carriage part from moving.

To fix this problem you may try the following tips:

* Check if any material present in carriage path; remove (clear) it
* Check if film encoder is dirty; wipe slightly with moistened clothe.
* At last, if carriage part is faulty you need to replace it.

Hope this will be helpful for you. Best regards,

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Solve error 5100.cannon pixma 145 error always out # 5100


5100 error is a carriage error. Could be caused by the carriage unit, timing strip, logic board or carriage motor. Check that nothing is obstructing the carriage from moving freely and that the clear timing strip is ok.

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CANON IMAGE PRO W6400


This error code is a Carriage motor error. Below is the outline for what to check and what to repair/replace. Good luck.

Cause
This is displayed when a jam or other physical problem puts an excessive load on the carriage motor so that the carriage could not operate.
This is displayed when the carriage motor could not reach the prescribed speed within the prescribed time.

Probable problem locations
Foreign object in carriage movement path, carriage rail, carriage belt, linear scale, linear encoder, carriage motor, engine controller, system controller


Remedy
1. Carriage movement path check
Remove any foreign objects (jammed sheet) in the carriage movement path.
2. Carriage rail
Use rail cleaner to clean the carriage rails if a visual check reveals that they are dirty.
3. Carriage belt
If a visual check reveals slack in the carriage belt, remount the belt.
4. Replace the linear scale.
5. Replace the linear encoder.
6. Replace the carriage motor.
7. Cable connection check
Replace the cable between the carriage motor and engine controller if the connection is not functioning normally.
8. Replace the engine controller.
9. Replace the system controller.

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