HP Designjet 700 Series Printers - Noise Along the Carriage Path, General Y-Axis Troubleshooting

Designjet 700 Series Printers - Noise Along the Carriage Path.

Noise is produced when the pen carriage cannot move freely.
Common causes are the Y-belt (carriage belt) being frayed or worn, obstructions or excess friction along the carriage path, the cutter failing to reach its home position, or worn or damaged Y-axis parts. Follow the instructions listed below to help solve these errors.

Follow up:

Troubleshooting Steps:

NOTE: Attempt to verify printer functionality after each of the troubleshooting steps above. Functionality can be proven by turning the printer Off, then On, and printing several internal E or D size demo plots. If functionality is verified, no additional parts should be replaced.

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