Question about HP DeskJet 950c InkJet Printer
Most likely your encoder has become fogged due to aerosol in the printer. You can carefully clean this following the instructions here. Be sure to heed the warnings, the encoder is fragile and can be easily damaged.
Once you have cleaned the encoder force an alignment calibration, either from the toolbox of alternately turn on the printer, then press and hold the power button, then quickly press the formfeed buttion three times, then release the power button. If the alignment fails you may need to lean the bottom of the alignment sensor, it is located in a small black package just on the lower right side of the carriage. Open the lid, allow the carriage to move to the center then clean the sensor from below with a damp q-tip.
Bob Headrick, Microsoft MVP Printing/Imaging
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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