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    Have you had a jam?

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Good morning. The CHECK PRINT HEAD PATH error is caused by the sensors on the print head carriage sending signals to the electronics that the carriage speed is incorrect. Generally, this is a mechanical problem caused by an obstruction, such as a paper jam or some other item in the paper path. However, the most common reason for the error is a worn out carriage belt. Look under the belt to see if there is debris resembling pencil erasure crumbs. If the crumbs are present, your belt is disintegrating and needs to be replaced. The parts can be purchased at: http://www.lpscomputer.com/c-654-designjet-1050c-1055cm.aspx

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1 Is the front access door completely closed?
(Yes) Go to step 2. (No) Properly close the door.
2 Turn the printer off, and remove the rear cover.Check the connector JINT1 (5 V interlock switch cable) for proper connection to the system card, the cable for pinch points, and the cable or connector for any other damage.Is the cable damaged?
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Solution 1: reset the printer:

1. Switch on the unit.
2. Open printer and remove all cartridge.
3. Unplug the power cord from the printer.
4. Unplug the cable from the wall outlet
5. Wait 30 seconds.
6. Plug the power cord back into the printer.
7. Plug the power cable directly to the wall outlet.
8. Open the top cover and reinsert the cartridges.
9. Turn the unit on.
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  • Step one: Remove the printhead:
1. Press the Power button to turn on the product.
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4. Lift the latch handle on the carriage until it stops.
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  • Step two: Clean the printhead
1 - Plastic ramp on the side of the ink nozzles
2 - The edge between the ink nozzles and the electrical contacts
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1. Raise the latch handle, and then reinsert the printhead.
2. Carefully lower the latch handle before reinserting the cartridges. The latch must remain down to install the cartridges correctly.
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