My HP 2410 all in one is not working. It displays "cycle power" error message. It seems the carriage belt has got cut and encoder strip is broken. Can you please tell me whether encoder strip is machine specific? I mean spare one would be available & suitable.
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Re: hp psc 2410 problem
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Your question is not complete...though I would suggest you to visit HP's support web page ad all information is available on error codes. This could do more than my advise.
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Inkjet printer require both cartridges to be installed and have ink to go online. There is no way to bypass this function. If the printer does not detect the cart when it tries to perform a head clean cycle you get the error you have displayed on the screen. All inkjet printers are like this not just HP.
Any malfunctions its gives error 'E'... Check paper jam, carriage struck, cartridges faulty and service related issues.checking carriage:Switch on the machine check carriage(the unit carrying print heads)moving left & right.. if its not moving, it might be struck in service station(service station located at right end and its allow carriage to rest on it during shut down as well as its cleans the print head nozzles). power the machine pull carriage out gently, don't force it..Clean encoder strip: Encoder is located back side of the carriage and its guides carriage to move properly, if encoder became dirty you will get error message, clean encoder with smooth cotton cloth.
It may be that the encoding sensor or encoding strip may be dirty or damaged. The encoding strip is the striped plastic strip found just behing the print carriage, The encoding sensor is located on the carriage and reads these stripes to establish where the caridge is. Try wiping the encoding strip with a damp clotch, be carefull not to use chemicals or too much preasure as this will damaged the strip.
See if you can press the power button to turn it off, leave it for 5 minutes then turn it on again, if the clicking persists again try 1 more time, turn off, leave for 5 mins then turn back on this time there should be no clicking noise and you should be able to send a print job to the queue and it should print.
If this doesnt work then goto the hp software and purge.
Hi, To resolve this issue please perform the steps given below. Perform NVM Reset: 1.Disconnect the power cord without turning off the unit. 2. Wait 60 sec. 3. Press and Hold OK and Cancel buttons while plugging in the power cord into the wall outlet.