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markse77
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Had Error 08:11

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DesignJet Z2100 44" Q6677A

Main pca replaced printer powers up ok and comes ready. will do form feed and cut ok.

but if up try to do any internal print the carriage move quickley to the left and slams into the end

of printer any ideas

 

 

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Was the main board new or used. The reason I ask is if it was used and came from a 24" model you could have an issue.

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it should be new it was from hp parts supplier.  the only part no on the part was Q6675-60048 the box han old labels covered up Q6675-60023 the part ordered was Q6677-67014 the supplier says all part no are compatiable

 

thanks

 

Mark

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The  Q6675-60023 part number shows up for the 24" model. The first number that you give us has very little info on a google search so I would think you got a very old board that was used. Download the service manual and go into service mode on boot up and look for information on your model number that the printer thinks it is. That will tell you if you have the wrong main board.

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