If you can remove the dust from the paper lifting area with the help of petrol or ip (all the gararis) and reinstall that portion, change the encoder (which goes from the carriage) and clear the round encolder with the help of wet cotton. Greecing the cartridge park area and then check it. If you find any problem then contact me at [email protected]
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Re: The cartridge carriage has stalled
CARTRIDGES CAN NOT BE DETECTED PROPERLY
Remove and return the Carts on the Printer do this twice then Use HP Software Cleaning Method.
END OF LIFE MESSAGE ON EPSON PRINTERS
Reset all counters using SSC Utility then Hard reset your printer by pressing the middle button (Paper
Feed\Cancel) and power button for 4 seconds.
CLEANING THE HEADS ON EPSON PRINTERS
Hold down the Ink Change button for 5 secs
STUCK PRINTER HEADS
Check first if there are any paper hindrances on the printer carriage. Check your cartridge if they are
inserted properly and Locks are in place. Check for lubrication on the metal bar where the carriage is
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If the carriage totally stuck on the right side of the printer, Unplug the printer from Power outlet.
Open the front access door. You will see the cartridges. Remove the cartridges. Check for any paper stuck in the Carriage Rod. Try to manually move the carriage 5-6 times left to right and it should move without any trouble. Put the cartridges back into the Cartridge slot and power on the printer
If the Carriage does not move manually, there could be chances the printer needs mechanical repair as its broken.
Turn off the power. Turn it back on again and listen to the sound of the carriage moving. When you hear it then pull the mains lead out the back. the carriage will now be unlocked and there should be no resistance to you pushing it into the centre of the machine. If it is jammed at the left end then its possible that one of the cartridge locking arms has popped up and is fouling the case. A bit of jiggery poo with a screwdriver should push it down while you try and pull the carriage to the centre.
This can be said as a bit complicated problem. This problem is exhibited by the printer when the cartridge carriage mechanism is getting stuck at some end. I should advice that you make sure that the SS ( Service Station ) of the printer is not jammed / clogged. If yes, try cleaning it.
It is also caused when the motor is malfunctions and tries to move the carriage beyond the path that it should go.
It is best recommended that you consult an authorized HP Service person for the solution of this issue.
If there's a carriage jam. While the printer is turned on, Open the access door of you printer.
If the carriage is stuck at the left side, try moving it manually by hand to the right most part of the window. If it's stuck on the right, try moving it by hand to the left.
If you've already done that. While the printer is turned on, unplug the power cord from the back. Close the access door. And then plug it back in.
Make sure you restart the computer first just to avoid documents getting stuck in the print queue. Try printing again. Usually it does the trick.
Hi Ok you can try this. Error code: 1200 This error code is commonly associated with the Dell 922 printer. Usually you might see the cartridge moving front and back and slamming itself against the printer. You need to tighten the strings located on the back of the printer and then it should work fine Clean the carriage rail. This is the round chrome piece that the carriage assy that holds the cartridges rides on. Use a paper towel that is slightly moist. Be sure to not force anything. Unplug the printer after you get the carts in the middle. Move them to one side and clean and then move them to the other and repeat. Lift up the scanner to reveal the cartridge compartment; under the chrome rod on which the cartridges run there are two small gaps about 8cm apart. In the right one should sit the paper sensor which is a small black rod that hooks downwards; the problem I had was my sensor had bent up and out of the gap so all I had to do was bend it gently back into position using a small screwdriver. Hope you get it to go. Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
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Reconnect the power cord to the back of the product.
Press the Power button ( ) to turn on the product.
Open the carriage access door. The carriage might try to move into the access area. If so, allow it to move to that position
With the product turned on, disconnect the power cord from the back of the product.
Unplug the power cord from the power source or electrical outlet.
Check for any paper or objects that might be stopping the carriage.
If the paper tears when you remove it from the rollers, check the rollers and wheels for torn pieces of paper that might remain inside the product. If pieces of paper remain in the product, more paper jams can occur.
Reach inside the product, and then manually move the carriage.
If the carriage is stuck on the right side of the product , move the carriage to the left side of the product.
If the carriage is stuck on the left side of the product , move the carriage to the right side of the product.
If the carriage is stuck in the middle of the product , move the carriage to the right side of the product.
Remove any loose paper or obstructions found.
Make sure that the carriage can move freely across the width of the product by gently pushing the carriage to the left and then to the right.
Close the carriage access door.
Reconnect the power cord to the product and to the power source.
> unplug the power chord from the printer
> open the rear access door and you will get full access to the rollers.
> check for any jammed paper inside. if so remove it.
> after that clean the rollers using a lint free cloth.
> close the rear access door.
> open the door so that you will get full access to the ink cartridges.
> move the cartridge to and fro several times manually with your hand.
> check whether it is getting stuck somewhere while you do this.
> if it is getting stuck check where it is and check whether there is any bit of paper or any other thing.
NB: for some models you may have to plug the power chord to move the carriage manually.
> after that plug the power chord and try to make a copy.