Error message on our Monarch 9830 printer. 755 indicates print head open ( I think ). Print head is VERY not open. Have switched on and off. Installed new roll of ribbon and problems started afterwards. No problems before.
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Re: Error Msg. "755" on Monarch 9830
I know that this is a bit dated, but there could be damage to the sensor that determines whether or not the ph is open. If that is the case, sending it in to the printer's repair depot will be the only thing to fix it.
If you look carefully there si a small magnet that touches another while when the printhead is closed which is known a sensor. when these to meet it tells the machine that indeed the print head is closed. lots of times one of these 'magnets' fall out and which fails to create the signal that the printer is closed
see if you can locate the area and inspect it
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Black printer ink in HP Printer may fail to be recognized by the printer. Most times an error message will be sent indicating that something is wrong with the black print cartridge. Sometimes the printer may accept to print with the black ink, but the printouts may have horizontal lines and very illegible letters. In such a case a manual cleaning of the print head should be carried out. In doing the manual cleaning, one should spray Windex heavily on paper towel and wipe off the surface of the print head. http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-40171-printer-not-printing-black
Five yellow flashes indicate that the printer doesn't recognize the print head, or thinks that the wrong print head is installed. You can try to remedy this by opening the cover, removing the ink tanks, then removing the print head (lift the locking lever). Check that the copper contacts on the back of the print head are clean, then reinsert the print head, lock it in, and reinstall the ink tanks. If you still have the error indication, the print head may be bad and need replacing. Contact Canon for your options on this.
the problem is your printhead is bad . do a print test by presing both arrow buttons at tah esame time for two seconds, look fo rthe line that reads bad dots. if the value i sgreater than 000 yu have a bad printhead
Your 287 error has to do with an incorrect setting for printhead width, and in the control language that your software is sending to the printer, they either have something other than 0, or there is an invalid character like a carriage return or line feed being sent to the printer.
This is a difficult one to trace since the software sends the code and you cannot necessarily change what is being sent.
Please note that the software that you really should be using is PC Mate Plus, as this is a specialized printer for Paxar supplies called Care Labels. You may be able to cheat if your software allows you to select 300DPI print heads. If not, you'll need the software I suggest.
If you do not have this software, please contact Paxar (now Avery Dennison) at 1-800-543-6650 and ask to be connected to someone in technical support or if the customer service rep can offer you a link to a website for software download, or purchase.