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I replaced the belt In an HP designjet 500, and I am getting an error 86:01 to replace the carriage?carriage movement error. Is there a known solution or cause that can fix this. Please assist. Thanks

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  • yan dikshteyn Sep 17, 2010

    Well the original error before i replaced the belt was to close the printhead lever even then it was close.Then After I replaced the belt I got that error message.I used the service manual and the instructions that came with the belt.What else can I try should i take the belt off and try again, what should i look for?? thanks

  • yan dikshteyn Sep 17, 2010

    appreciate ur help thanks

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Well it is caused by just what it indicated, a problem with the carriage movement. It is very very difficult to successfully replace one of those belts unless you have done it before... but maybe you have? Did it work after you replaced the belt right away? I am assuming you saw this error right after replacing the belt correct?

Let me know and I can help.

Thanks
Tim

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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    Tim Grayson Sep 17, 2010

    It is very difficult to say without seeing it in person, I would take it off and try again, it definitely can't hurt it at this point. The print head / carriage should be the far side I believe when it's done... is that how it is now? It should be all the way over, usually to the right hand side if you are looking at the printer from the front. I will verify, but let me know, does that sound right? I am quite certain.

    Thanks
    Tim

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