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eltiopepo
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Problem Designjet 110 plus nr to respond

Hello, my printer is turned on, turns off and on again with the triangle symbol of failure and it is seen in the

I attached picture, as I watched the code is 8 and the 128 if I understand correctly, you can tell me that this breakdown is and how much could cost me.

Printer is not responding nothing prints picks up the paper and I hope they give me a solution.

 

Thank you very much, greetings.

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DavidZuts
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Re: Problem Designjet 110 plus nr to respond

First thing I would do is clean the encoder strip that runs thru the carriage assembly and has fine lines on it. Do it gently with a cloth dampened in plain water.

System Error: 86:11
Problem
Description:
Scan-axis shutdown during initialization. Typically, this error occurs when the
printer detects an incorrect length.
Corrective Action: Try the following:
􀂄 Unplug the power cable from the printer and wait a few seconds. Plug in
the power cable again and check if the Error Code has disappeared.
􀂄 Check that the Paper-Axis Drive Motor Assembly is correctly installed and
that the bushing is correctly locked into position.
􀂄 Check that the Carriage moves freely and DOES NOT bump into the
Service Station.
􀂄 If the Printheads are not installed, maybe the carriage cover is not closed
completely.
􀂄 If the Error Code continues, replace the Carriage Assembly ⇒ Page 7-35.
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eltiopepo
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Re: Problem Designjet 110 plus nr to respond

DavidZuts thank you very much for responding, can you tell me, page 7-35 where I can find?

Thanks again, a greeting

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eltiopepo
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Re: Problem Designjet 110 plus nr to respond

Ok, thanks and I found it.
a greeting

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