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I have an HP Designjet 130nr Printer. After printing a 24 inch x 20 inch image using Photoshop CS2, the printer continues to feed about 6 feet of paper from the 24 inch roll and says it's jammed, instead of stopping after the image prints and cutting the paper from the roll. If I press the paper feed button it scrolls another 6 feet and stops saying it's jammed. The page setup is customized for a 24 inch x 20 inch document. I've tried blowing air in the printer incase there is dust on the electronic eye but nothing has helped. Any ideas? I'm using a Mac PowerPC G5; Dual 2.7 GHz processor; 6 Gb Ram. The printer is also having a lot of problems aligning the roll of paper and often ejects the paper.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: What paper jam?
Does the printer even try to pick a piece of paper from the supply tray? If not, then it would appear that a sensor somewhere in the paper path is bad, either mechanically or electronically. Often, these sensors have a lever which touches the paper. If by chance the lever is broken or stuck it won't give a correct message to the logic circuit. If by chance the sensor is electronically defective, it would still give a bad message to the logic, and it would need to be replaced. Logic circuitry could be bad, in which case, replace the printer. With the lowcost printer/all-in-one units these days, it seems fixya has a continual flow of inquiries. Maybe this will give you some help.
Posted on Aug 09, 2007
Let me know the operating system.
as soon as u connect to the system the Operating system should recognise the printer. If not try changing the connection cable and the port of PC. Try installing drivers once again.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
SOURCE: HP Printer Conflict
Perform a clean and "No bloated" installation of the hardware.
Uninstall ALL the HP printer software, disconnect the PSC and reboot the computer.
When windows finish to load, connect the PSC again, the new hardware wizard will show up, follow the instructions with the HP Installation disk in the drive.
IMPORTANT: When a silver sand glass show up in the screen, CANCEL the installation of the HP software (this is by clicking "CANCEL" button or by no accepting the license terms). This will install only the PSC Drivers and nothing else.
Try printing again.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
hmmm..sounds like a memory overload..shut down machine, let the memory clear, and maybe reinstall the print management software..print queue issues are almost always from overloading the memory for the printer..
on the feeder issue, check for paper caught in tray or path, and clean the rollers too.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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Horizontal clipping. May happen when the roll ends in the middle of printing an image. Could also happen when multi-pick occurs and two sheets are loaded together and they do not completely overlap.
Make sure the image size is within the selected WIDTH of the sheet.
66:02:2 warning code (applicable to HP Designjet 130/130nr only)
Vertical clipping. May happen when the roll ends in the middle of printing an image. Could also happen when multi-pick occurs and two sheets are loaded together and they do not completely overlap.
Make sure the image size is within the selected LENGTH of the sheet.
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