03-07-2018 10:52 AM
We are using HP C1860A roll of 24" paper. We have never had this issue before. Since the printer says the paper is only 23.86 inches, we are unable to print our drawings in the correct orientation. I have loaded and unloaded and reloaded and unloaded... several times, same issue comes up. We've always used geniune HP paper that is recommended.
Please help. Thank you.
03-28-2018 11:53 AM
Please grab a measuring tape and make sure the paper roll is in fact 24" wide, we've encountered instances in which the roll happened to be physically smaller, if this is the case, please engage your vendor for a replacement roll.
I've seen rolls that measure 36.1 and got them to load as 35.8 and 35.7, by leaving a gap between the roll and the spindle pushing the roll all the way to the left.
When loading the paper:
- Make sure the roll is tight on the spindle.
- Make sure there is no damage on the spindle
- Make sure the spindle is tight on the supports, there should not be any gap between the spindle and right support nor the spindle and metal clip on the left.
- Make sure the metal clip on the left is pushing the spindle to the right.
03-29-2018 04:38 AM
Dear HP Customer,
To resolve the issue, I recommend you update the printer firmware to AXP2CN1809AR version. This firmware will help printer to detect media more accurately. You may use the link below to downgrade and update the firmware. Steps on how to update the firmware are also available on same link.
You may also clean the encoder strip as this will help printer detect the media width more accurately.
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