Question about HP DesignJet 750c InkJet Printer
You could have a print head that is on its way out but more likely you have a drop detector that needs to be cleaned out or replaced. The drop detector is part of the service station. If you are happy with the print quality, try turning off PEN CHECKING from the menu. The printer will stop using the drop detector if you do that and should run unattended batches. You run the risk of running out of ink and the printer not being able to see that, though.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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