Design jet 86 01 error

design jet 86 01 error

Error Description: System Error is normally caused by any issue in the scan axis (the direction the printhead carriage moves from left to right). The HP Designjet error code displayed on your large format (wide format) printer e.g. does not always provide an exact indication of the. Be very careful not to scratch the encoder strip with your fingernail or any other object, and do not remove the printhead carriage from the service station.

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The HP Designjet error code displayed on your large format (wide format) printer e.g. does not always provide an exact indication of the problem or issue - and you (the user) will often be unable to diagnose or fully resolve the Designjet fault yourself - even with the error code information provided here.  


HP Designjet error codes are not an exact science. They exist to help the engineer diagnose key areas for assessment, and can often indicate one or more parts have failed. It is not unknown for HP engineering manuals to omit reasons for certain error codes (or even omit the error codes themselves!). This is where it pays to engage experts in the field of HP Designjet repairs so that you receive the fastest and most cost effective fix. Based upon the reported fault, a trained and qualified HP Designjet engineer will usually work through a pre-defined set of tests and apply many years of working knowledge to effect the fastest repair - choosing those parts first which he knows will usually resolve the fault rather than systematically working through the manual.  

 

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1) Wet the cloth from maintenance kit with tap water and remove any excess water.


2) Open the printer window. Make sure that the printer is idle and that the printhead carriage is located in the service station at the far right side of the printer.
3) Hold the cloth in an inverted ‘U’ shape around the encoder  strip

and carefully wipe until no ink residue appears on the cloth. Be very careful not to scratch the encoder strip with your fingernail or any other object, and do not remove the printhead carriage from the service station.  Inspecte the encoder strip for worn away patten or scratches.  If patten as any wear or scratches the encoder strip will need to be replaced by 1st Call 4 Service.

4) Lower the printer window.

5) On the front panel, select the ink icon, and then select “Replace Printheads“. 

The printhead carriage moves toward the center of the platen.
6) Turn off the printer by using the power switch at the back of the printer.
7) Open the printer window and move the printhead carriage further to the left.
8) Clean the part of the encoder strip inside the service station. 
9) Close the printer window. When you are done, it is important that you turn the printer back on.
10) When ready on display: At the front panel, select the Setup icon, and then select Resets > Reset encoder
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Count will restart until next time encoder Strip needs cleaning.

 

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System Error

Use the power switch at the rear to turn off the printer, then disconnect the power cord. Reconnect the power cord, then turn on the printer.

Make sure that the paper path is clear. If necessary, carefully unload the media and reboot the printer.

If there is no sign of a physical paper jam then a hardware failure could be causing the issue:

  • Worn carriage belt
    • Over time the rubber carriage belt which drives the carriage assembly can become worn. The belt will either become slack or the teeth will be shredded. Open the window to check if the carriage belt is slack or if there is a build-up of rubber debris inside the printer.
  • Carriage rod
    • The carriage rod is the small metal bar running the width of the printer which the carriage 'slides' along. This carriage rod needs to be kept clean & lubricated to allow free movement of the carriage. (You must only use HP lubricant)
  • Dirty or damaged encoder strip
    • The encoder strip is the thin metal strip which runs the width of your printer & on most models is located just above the slider rod. The printer uses the encoder strip to calculate the carriage position on the scan-axis. If the encoder strip is damaged or dirty then the encoder sensor will have issues recognising the encoder strip position. Carefully clean the encoder strip with non-abrasive liquid and a lint-free cloth. (Be careful, the encoder strip is sharp.)
  • Service Station
    • Check the service station for blockages that could restrict the movement of the carriage.
  • Carriage Latch
    • Make sure the carriage latch/cover is correctly closed.
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