Question about HP Designjet 5500 (42 in.) InkJet Printer
GURU LISTED SOME HELPS FROM SERVICE MANUAL OF HP5500 TO TAKE OFF CARRIAGE BELT. NEED DIAGRAMS AND EXPLAIN WHAT TENSIONER ASSEM. IS . MARK BRANT 419-203-6828
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Usually HP recommends that you should not open Hp 5500 design jet printer, However as you already did that...We can offer you link for service manual as we never deal with it.
i don't believe so its under warranty as you opened it , anyway if so you have already voided the warranty.The lin would be :-
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Posted on Apr 17, 2009
On the back of the carriage there is a slight latch in which the belt is fitted ,and the two sides of the belt are fitted on the gears at the left and right sides respectively.to see the exact picture as on which gear the belt is fitted click this link the picture is given.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Removing the Carriage belt is a long process and is as follows:
I know this would not be easy to read the instructions and follow however if you want the service manual.. here is the link:
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From the service manual:
1. Remove the Left Hand Cover
2. Remove the Right Rear Cover
3. Remove the Right Hand Cover
4. Remove the Tensioner Assembly
5. Pull out Printhead Cleaner Carriage
6. Slide Carriage Assembly to position shown.
7. Lift up the Carriage Cover and remove ALL the Printheads and close the Carriage Cover.
8. Slide the Carriage along the Printer to the position shown.
9. Push in the 2 retaining clips either side of the Printhead Tube Connector.
10. Pull the Printhead Tube Connector towards you.
11. Push the button to release the Printhead Tubes in the Carriage.
12. Release the retaining clip by pulling it away from the holding brackets.
13. Pull the Printhead Tube Connector up between the two Tube Guides.
14. Slide the Carriage to the left side of the Printer.
15. Unclip and remove the Carriage Cover to access the Trailing Cable in the Carriage.
16. Carefully disconnect the Trailing Cable from the connectors in the Carriage PCA. NOTE Remove Trailing Cable
Ferrites if they fall into the Carriage.
17. Remove the Trailing Cables from the Trailing Cable Holder.
TIP Press the Trailing Cables firmly in the center to release.
18. Slide the Trailing Cable Guide out of the Carriage.
19. Slide the Carriage (including the Belt) to the left and out of the Printer.
20. Remove the Belt from the Carriage by releasing it from the retaining clips underneath the Carriage.
A Tensioner is a device that applies a force to an object to maintain it in tension.. Exactly what would you like to know about Tensioner assembly?
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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