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Maintenance and Service HP9000 cariage height

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by pstrwks, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. pstrwks

    pstrwks New Member

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    :bushmill:I have just replaced a failed bearing on a HP9000 cariage. Some washers were used to ge the headheight more or less correct. any one know what the correct head height should be?:bushmill:
     
  2. Quix

    Quix Member

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    The service manual says you need the "Carriage Height Adjustment Tools". I couldnt' find neither the tool nor the specs for this, so I did it using some PVC spacers to make the height even in three spots (this is the most important matter for cappings to seal right). I never knew the right distance, but maybe you could check it on anoher printer. I left about 3mm from the top of the cappings (when the carriage is released) to the base of the printheads and it worked OK. I can't remember the spacers height I used. I hope this helps.
     
  3. pstrwks

    pstrwks New Member

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    Thanks:thankyou:
    Prehaps a techi will be kind enough to apply a vernier to thier tool? (Carriage Height Adjustment Tool).
     
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