Designjet 9000s stops printing cyan partially through print.
Every print it starts off printing cyan just fine, then it starts printing cyan in lines, and slowly fades out.
I tried cleaning caps, cleaning wipers and print head recovery.
Only thing that seems to help is waiting a little while then printing.
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The read/write of the print timing controller & print data distributor registers on the Carriage board was diagnosed & a error was detected.
Replace the Carriage board.
Make sure the Carriage cable is connected properly.
Replace the Main board.
Please reinstalled Printer driver or restart computer or printer then you new driver installed it. Or installation before scan virus and removed it. Or proper check it all connecting cables.
Read more Help.. HP DESIGNJET 9000S SYSTEM ERROR 1120 and HP Printer Support
That usually is caused by clogged or damaged printheads. There are 4 printheads, Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. When you replace the printheads you need to calibrate the machine so the colors line up with one another.
Description: When the Printhead temperature reaches above 43oC, the Printer will check whether the temperature drops below 43oC during printing. This error will appear if the temperature does not drop below 43oC after 10 minutes. Corrective Action: Try the following: Make sure that the Printhead Cooling Fans are working correctly. If the Printhead Cooling Fans are not working correctly, replace them. Make sure that the Printer Cooling Fans are connected and working correctly.