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Carriage Parts for HP6110 Printer

I have an HP6110 printer and a part of the carriage assembly needs replacing. I believe it is called the Carriage PCA (C6487-80006). It is the flexible circuit that contacts the leads on the cartridges and runs to the small PC board in the carriage assembly. It also runs from the small side sensor to the PC board.

When I was trying to service the carraige assembly I was working on this flexible circuit and the unit went into "sleep" mode and ripped off the part of the circuit that goes to the side sensor. Do you sell this part or know where I can get it?

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  • jrchapin Aug 08, 2008

    The carriage strip is not the part that is broken. The part that I need actually contacts the back of the two cartridges when they are mounted in the carriage assembly. It also runs to the sensor on the side of the carriage and then plugs into the board in the carraige assembly. Do you know where I can get this part?



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There is another part number that is a bit more generic. Depending on your country I would suggest the hp parts surfer @

The part you should look for is; C6487-80011 Encoder strip (clear strip with position marks) - Used by the sensor in the carriage assembly to determine position

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