Question about HP DesignJet 9000 InkJet Printer
On our HP design jet 9000 we are getting a system error 1180.
System Error 1180: Capping Motor Error
Capping Motor over current is detected.
Corrective Action: Try the following:
When the ambient temperature is very low, the Pump Motor Tube becomes hard and the load on the Capping Motor is increased. Make sure that the Printer is in an environment where the temperature is not below -10oC or higher than +85oC.
The Capping Station has a Torque Limiter for up and down operation so that the Capping Station does not experience any over current. Apply grease on the shaft of the Capping Station Gear so that it helps with rotation.
Make sure that the Capping Station cables are connected correctly and are not damaged
If the Capping Motor cannot be rotated, replace the Capping Station
Replace the Main PCA if nothing above corrects your problem
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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