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HP BIJ 1000 - Reliability and Performance

Hi,
I have several HP Business InkJet 1000's that I have to test to ensure they work before I send them out to clients.
Last week I tested 5 or 6 and noted which ones were working ok, this week I have tested them again and found that some of the them are not working.
I simply tested by installing printer on my PC and printing a test page, for some reason printers that worked fine a week ago give me perisistant problems, most problems revolve around cartridges and pritn heads, they all install ok, but sometimes they print badly, other times they continue to flash lights and don't print.
Is there any known issue with the BiJ 1000 that would cause such problems?

Any help would be appreciated

Regards

Martin Parsons
Technical Analyst
Cegedim Dendrite Ltd

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  • charliehagie Apr 29, 2008

    HP Business Inkjet 1000 Printer prints the first copy perfectly. Slowly as you print the ink gets lighter on the subsequent copies ie: ink starvation. 4 test pages and the copy is illegible. Wait 10 or 15mins and print again the process repeats itself. It's as though the ink flow does not flow strongly enough to keep the flow of ink consistent. This problem occurs on one printer on the cyan colour and the other printer on the black. The printers have run well for 3 years and heads have only been changed once after 2 years. The are no faulty light indicators on the LED panel. Any ideas what could cause this fault

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I have the exact same problem. 1 Page okay, then ****.

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  • jamescase13 May 01, 2008

    I do too, HATE it, I threw away two 1100 and on my 3rd!!! 1000, its a joke...beginning to think there cheap garbage like epsons c84, remember that junk? I would go though epsons faster then the ink cartridge!!!

    HP TIP Take out the failed cart and pump up the black rubber thingy on the bottom 5 pumps. reinstall and try again.

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I have the exact same problem. 1 Page okay, then ****.

Posted on May 01, 2008

I have the exact same problem. 1 Page okay, then ****.

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