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The print head clean maintenance is usually located in the printer Properties.
Inkjet printers need to be used frequently to prevent inkdrying out in the print head nozzles. If the print head cleaning maintenance routine does not clear the blockages,then print head needs replacing, but it may be expensive. It may be more cost effective to buy a later model and better printer thanreplace the print head.
you either have a damaged data strip or the ink is defective, also is it the ink with the print head or the print head is located in the printer, if it is located in the printer the print head is clogged and needs to be serviced.
There are 2 problems that usually cause that. 1 is if you have had a power failure , or even not, the print head wiper blade tacks to the print head and does not allow it to move. The other thing is the Print Head Block, a stainless steel block, about 1 inch square, located on the lower portion of the left side of the machine is contaminated with some ink and not allowing the print head to move freely.
That is an issue with the movement of the print head. If you had a power failure or the machine was not shut down properly the problem most likely is the print head wiper is tacked to teh print head or drum. That can happen with just normal use.
There is also a stainless steel print head block located on the lower left fraim that fills up with used ink runoff, if that is gummed up the print head can not move freely.
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That is the print head tilt. 1 of two things is the normal cause.
There is a print head block on the lower left side of th frame about 2/3rd of the way back and near the bottom of the frame. It gets contaminated with ink and needs to be removed and cleaned.
The other is the print head wiper that is located between the print head and the drum has tacked to the print head. You neet to access the print head area and gently detack it from the print head.
That is a strange message unless you have changed the print head recently (or it has become defective). The first thing I would do is try reseating the print head.
Unplug the printer.
1) Remove the 5 ink cartridges.
2) Lift the lever that is just to the left of where the ink cartridges sit. This is the print head lock level.
3) The print head is located under the ink cartridges (if they were still there) lift it out carefully.
4) Inspect for damage but do not touch anything or it can cause problems.
5) Carefully replace print head and lower level until it clicks
6) Replace ink cartridges
Plug in the printer and test.
If you still have a problem -
Call 1 (800) 828-4040 for warranty part replacement or to order a part out of warranty.
Yep. That code is caused from the print head not being able to move freely either front to back or on the X-Y axis motor. the 2 most likely problems are, 1 the stainless steel print block, located on the left side of the machine looking from the front, is contaminated with spill over ink. It is located about midway back on the lower part of the frame. Need to remove and clean it. 2. The wiper blade is tacked to the front of the print head, between the print head and the drum. Needs to be carefully loosened off the print head. The print head cables could be to tight, the wiper clutch could be failing or the process drive motor may need timed. But the first two items I mentioned are the most likely cause. That code pops up when the print head can not freely move .