HP 6110 Printer jams after 1 sheet
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Please try the bellow mentioned troubleshooting steps to help elliminate the paper jam and noise issue for your printer:
Things that cause a carriage jam error:
Dirty encoder strip.
Damaged encoder strip.
Encoder strip spring mount out of position so strip is slack.
Encoder strip not threaded through the emitter/detector that reads the lines on the strip. (just fixed a 5550 with this problem)
Emitter/detector that reads the lines on the strip is bad, this is part of the carriage PCA, (board).
Carriage stuck on side because service station is not releasing it.
Carriage stuck due to being tilted at wrong angle, if it's stuck a few inches from the right it needs to move farther to the right to be released, stuck a few inches from the left end move it farther to the left. (instructions probably on HP web site, they are there for the DeskJet 5550)
Carriage binding on rail due to ink build-up or lack of lubrication, (be careful what you use to lube).
Bad carriage motor.
Bad carriage drive belt.
Some machines have a timing disc on the service station motor and may indicate a carriage jam if the service station motor does not turn.
The cause could also be a loose cable connection on a small circuitboard inside the printer (The one that controlled the paper jam sensors) I fixed it by saudering the leads to the board until I had a good connection again.
Thank You and best of luck,.
Jul 19, 2009 |
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