To check pump, open front cover in cleaning area. A few things I tried last week: 1. In addition, no claim is made that posts made here will be free from profanity, obscenity, rude, hurtful, libelous or insulting opinions of the poster. For all of your support and servicing needs, visit Subscribe to stay up to date with all of our new videos. Could not find anything in the Maintenance Manual.
I guess I have to do it manually in some way. In the morning, I ran another normal clean, test print: failed. I have checked the contact plate between the print head and head mount plate. You can take this out and clean it with just water or some cleaning solution. ? I don't think the ink is passing thru the head at all on fill-up or cleaning. So before I order a new print head, I just wanna be sure that the print head is the problem, and that its not a initial set up problem after removal or some connection issues. Is there any suggestions on how to proceed from here? I received 8 new cleaning cartridges, they're also still in the box.
Checked eBay for the service manual -- none. I have just done the ink fill up from the maintenance menu before. In my opinion you should check artbots jv33 bible thread sticky thread and download the file with all the information. Did som additional built-in head cleaning today and more and more nozzles are coming back. So thank you very much, really appreciate your help. I don't know with Mimaki's but at least with Mutoh's that's most likely the case. ? Fill a cleaning solution catrdige, and put it where the ink catridge are.
I'll try to inject some ink and do a test print. You need to pull it out and re-seat it ensuring it clicks in all the way down. You need the small hard type of tube to fit inside a damper to draw ink through, and the larger soft type of tube to fit over the nipples of the head. Then you'll se that cap station makes a good seal with the printhead. All Graphic Supplies is dedicated to providing you with unlimited possibilities.
Such posts should, however, be reported to an Administrator for review. I ordered 3 new dampers and a new capping station top. Then you don't get a seal around the cap, no suction through the head, no ink in it to even get a visible test print. Repeat proccedure but only in the black. Full copyright for the song 'Kalimba' goes to Mr. I will take a look at the bible post again and see it there's something useful. Also swabbed the printhead with cleaning solution.
I don't think the ink is passing thru the head at all on fill-up or cleaning. I guess I have to do it manually in some way. Thanks Masseria, I have tried manually pulling ink through the bottom of the cap station and it doesn't pull much from the left tube. Hi, After cleaning and flushing the with cleaning fluid and a syringe, the won't print at all. You need the small hard type of tube to fit inside a damper to draw ink through, and the larger soft type of tube to fit over the nipples of the head. You think it went in right, but it didn't click into place as it should. I obviously believe I have done something incorrectly even though not sure what and not sure where to go from here.
Then you open the valve where the cleaning cartidge is located and start absorbing through the damper. This will clean damper filter, and clean all the machine tubes. This includes cleaning the head, wipers, perofrming a nozzle wash, and also how to perform an automatic cleaning. I switched power on before I noticed this. Scruff and Ninja Tune Records.
I am not getting anything from any of the colors I have ran a 99min nozzle wash 2 fill ups and a manual flush on 1 damper to see if I could get that one to work. Hi KenMan, Maybe a fuse is broken due to attaching the printhead cables not firmly? I'm just a bit afraid to damage the dampers or getting debris into the head nozzles. I was so close to give up and order a new print head. Did get better after another head cleaning. I did use about 24% of my ink in all the cartridges doing the fill-up and cleanings.
All posts and other information available at Signs 101 should be viewed as the opinion only of the poster. Anyone have links to either of these? A plastic taperware with cleaning solution on it. If they been damaged by the flushing seals? I installed new cables to the print head but still the same result. No claim is made that any information is accurate. I switched power on before I noticed this. It references a video that inst included. See the seller's listing for full details.
Just remembered that there is a initial fill up procedure in the manual picture , but that includes some pre fill-up solution cartridges that I don't have. So tubes dont get clogged and also extend entire machine life. For us, what is the most important thing to do is just print every day. I do believe to have clogged nozzles as well as a pressure problem. I have almost evrycover off my machine as I prefer to see and beable to access stuff right away but we also do a lot of wholesale work.