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Designjet 130nr
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Hi all, I have recently been given a hp designjet 130nr that was having issues. Upon powering it up it seemed to be all good but then half way through a test print it just died. Completely dead for about 5 seconds then powered up slightly and then died again.

I removed all power left for a few minutes and plugged it back and exactly the same situation. It's not happening at a specific stage of the print so it's completely throwing me off.

Any help will be really appreciated I will try and attach a video of what is happening to assist potential diagnosis 

 

Thanks in advance 

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It could be the power supply those models had issues with PS.




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Thanks for the response Valsimot, do you know if the problem is with the power cable itself or internally in the printer? 
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Not the cable, the power supply inside the printer. The capacitors can go bad on those power supplies and you get random power off during usage.




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