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service manual for HP 9000s

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by TravisTBP, Aug 23, 2011.

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    TravisTBP New Member

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  2. goldlight

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    i have let me know your email id please

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  3. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    I have it for colorpainter 64s - should be the same one - let me know if you want me to send
     
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    Could some one send me a copy of the service manual and user guide.

    swirlsja@hotmail.com

    Thanks
     
  5. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    sending what I have
     
  6. swirls

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    Thanks jhilldesign.
    I am new to this large format printing. I want to get familiar with this printer for i am going to be looking at a second hand one that someone is selling me.
    Are there any know issue with these printers?
     
  7. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    they are a pain in the arse heh :thumb:
     
  8. swirls

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    what problems have you come across?
     
  9. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    when they print, they print well...the hard solvents are a very dirty technology - need constant care and maintenance...

    I got one used from an auction, probably hadnt been turned on in over 6 months with ink still in the lines... spent 2 weeks tearing it apart, cleaning out dried ink, etc...prints very well, just need love and care
     
  10. swirls

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    Off the back i don't have that much work lined up for it right now, so i won't be in use everyday. Currently it is been used by the owner.
    Whats the going rate on a second hand one? The one i am looking at when you work it out, to buy, is running about 7200US but it is already on the island so i don't have and shipping and clearing to deal with.
     
  11. J Hill Designs

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    I would at least print a small swatch of all colors every day or two if not in production use (I have a rainbow gradient file set up for this)...not sure on going rate for used, but keep in mind new heads are $1500 each

    also keep in mind you need RIP software
     
  12. swirls

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    Noted. I am very appreciative of the comments. Hope i am not taking up your time.
    The RIP software should be coming with it and it also have a bulk ink system installed i was told. Do they have a test print swatch file out there? I think i need to source a cleaning kit or something that can do it. Also, locate a ink and material supply place in the states for i am in Ja.
     
  13. J Hill Designs

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    heres my 'not printing today' file - also works fairly well as a 'find out which head is printing poor and needs a look at' file
     

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  14. swirls

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    Lol, that's very cute names for the file...
    Are there any places that have good prices on ink and a wide variety of material?
     
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