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    Service Manual HP DesignJet 220 and HP DesignJet 200 Plotters...

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    For HP Internal Use Warranty :nly Hewlett Packard makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Electrostatic Discharge...

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    Service Manual HP DesignJet 220 and HP DesignJet 200 Plotters...

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    Purpose Readership Training Part Numbers Conventions D/A1 size plotters E/A0 size plotters...

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    1 Product Information 2 Site Planning and Requirements 3 Installation and Configuration...

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    4 Preventive Maintenance 5 Functional Overview...

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    6 Removal and Replacement...

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    7 Calibrations...

  • Page 10: Troubleshooting

    8 Troubleshooting Error Cartridges Error Ready Error Busy Error Load Media Error Busy Error Ready Error Load Media Error Cartridge...

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    9 Product History 10 Parts and Diagrams...

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    General Definition of Safety Symbols International caution symbol (refer to manual): the product is marked with this symbol when it is necessary for the user to refer to the instruction manual in order to protect against damage to the instrument. Indicates dangerous voltage (terminals fed from the interior by voltage exceeding 1000 volts must also be marked).

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    Notes Safety C3187 90000...

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    Product Information...

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    Applications Graphic Languages Interfaces Network Connections Memory w Input/Output Interfaces...

  • Page 17: Media Types

    Accuracy Resolution Plot/Print Quality HP DesignJet 200 Draft 300 x 300 dpi, dot depleted Final True 300 x 300 dpi Enhanced – Plotting Time Plot/Print-Quality HP DesignJet 200 D/A1-size plot Draft approx 3.8 min Final approx 5.0 min Enhanced –...

  • Page 18: Media Sizes

    Architectural C, D A4, A3, A2, A1 B4, B3, B2 Media Margins Other Plotter Features Upgrading a DesignJet 200 E/A0-size plotters (C3181A and C3188A) A, B, C, D, E A4, A3, A2, A1, A0 A2, A1, A0 C, D, E, E1...

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    Site Planning and Requirements...

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    Source Voltage Requirements: Frequency: Consumption: The ac power outlet (mains) must have a protective W A R N I N G earth (ground) terminal. Serious shock hazard leading to death or injury may result if the plotter is not properly grounded. Serial (RS 232 C) Interface Parallel (Bi Tronics/Centronics) Interface Power Requirements...

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    Choosing a Suitable Plotter Environment (Instructions ' User's Guide, chapter 1, w Positioning the plotter.) Environmental Specifications Hardware: Operating environment: Plotter With cartridges and media: Optimal print quality and media handling: Storage environment: Plotter/media Cartridges Acoustics:* Operating Idle These specifications are typical sound pressures at a one meter bystander position. Idle specification assumes fan is off.

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    Notes Site Planning and Requirements C3187 90000...

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    Installation and Configuration...

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    Unpacking and Assembling the Plotter When the plotter arrives at the user site: 1 Inspect the shipping container for damage. If the shipping container shows signs of damage, retain it until you have checked the contents of the shipment and verified the performance of the plotter. 2 Unpack and assemble the plotter, following the series of illustrations below.

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    Visually inspect the plotter for damage, scratches, dents, or other mechanical defects. If the plotter is damaged in transit, notify the carrier and the nearest HP Sales and Support Office. Retain the shipping container and insulation material for the carrier's inspection. The Sales and Support Office will arrange for the repair or replacement of the plotter.

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    Assembling the Legs and Media Bin (Optional) If the user has purchased the optional legs and media bin for the plotter, assemble them following the series of illustrations below: 45 kg (99 lb) Installation and Configuration C3187 90000...

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    6 mm (0.25 in) C3187 90000 Installation and Configuration...

  • Page 28: Front Panel Setup

    The power cord supplied with the plotter should meet the plug requirements Line Cord Set for the geographical area. However, different power cords (international options) are available. (Cable part numbers ' Service Manual, chapter 10.) Using the Plotter DesignJet 200 Front Panel DesignJet 220 Front Panel Installation and Configuration (Instructions ' User's Guide, chapter 2, Using the plotter.)

  • Page 29: Demonstration Plot

    Power On Self Tests Demonstration Plot Language w Reconfiguring the plotter setup sheet w Setting a language, w Plotting a demonstration plot...

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    Example of Setup Sheet The following is a scaled version of a DesignJet 200 setup sheet: Installation and Configuration C3187 90000...

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    Preventive Maintenance...

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    Disconnect the plotter from the power source prior W A R N I N G to performing any maintenance. DO NOT allow water to run on to electrical components or circuits, or through openings in the enclosure, as this can create a shock hazard leading to death or injury.

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    Functional Overview...

  • Page 34: Entry Platen, Media Sensor

    Entry Platen Media Sensor 1. Media Not Loaded Drive roller stopped Secondary flag Photo sensor area (cross-section) w Loading media open closed Primary flag Sensor housing...

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    The media not loaded state can be summarized as follows: D Media: not inserted or has not yet reached the primary flag D Primary flag: vertical position (idle) D Secondary flag: resting on plastic detector housing (idle) D Optical sensor: optical path closed by both flags D Drive roller: stopped D Front panel: Load Media LED on 2.

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    3. Front Edge Reaches Secondary Flag Drive roller full speed inwards Secondary flag D Media: reaches the secondary flag D Primary flag: rotated 90 counter clockwise (active) D Secondary flag: rotated 35 counter clockwise (active) D Optical sensor: optical path cleared by both flags D Drive roller: full speed inwards, engaging media D Front Panel: Load Media LED off, Busy LED on D Media Length Measurement: front edge detected...

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    4. Rear Edge Clears Primary Flag Drive roller slow speed inwards Media inserted Secondary flag D Media: clears the primary flag D Primary flag: rotates 90 clockwise (original position active) D Secondary flag: still in previous position (active) D Optical sensor: optical path blocked by falling edge of primary flag D Driver roller: slows down but still rotating inwards...

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    5. Rear Edge Measured Drive roller slow speed outwards Media inserted Secondary flag pushes the primary flag rotates 90 clockwise (active) still in previous position (active) optical path cleared by primary flag rotates slowly outwards... Load Media LED off, Busy LED on rear edge detected when primary flag clears the sensor H F U T I O N Pinch Arms...

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    Media Drive Mechanics Media Drive Accuracy Contributors to the Accuracy w Accuracy Calibration...

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    Providing a Force on Top of the Media Bail The bail provides a normal force on top of the media. (Illustration ' page 10 25.) When the pinch wheels grip the media and the drive roller advances it, the plotter raises the bail. This enables the leading edge of the media to pass below the bail.

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    Overdrive Operation Carriage Drive Mechanics Operation...

  • Page 42: Line Sensor

    Line Sensor Operation Excessive ink deposits on the drive roller can fool the sensor by reflecting the light. Other Functions Media Margins Media Sizes...

  • Page 43: Print Cartridges

    Print Cartridges Drop Growth Nozzle...

  • Page 44: Carriage Pca

    Important Parameters The geometry of the nozzle is important to maintain drop shape and direction. The distance of the head from the writing surface can determine image sharpness. As the distance increases, the drop shape and directionality degrade and are more difficult to predict. Cartridge Chutes The two black print cartridges snap into the cartridge chutes (carriage snaps).

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    Raster Technology Vector Resolution (Dots Per Inch) True Dpi Addressable Dpi 600 addressable dpi Enhanced Mode Enhanced Raster 300 dpi Final Mode...

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    Dot Size Too Much Ink Dot Depletion (deplete) Print Quality Draft mode Final mode Enhanced mode...

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    Print Mode Characteristics DesignJet 200 Media Type Print Resolution Quality (DPI) Paper Draft 300x300 Final 300x300 Vellum/ Transl Draft 300x300 Vellum/ Transl/Film Final 300x300 DesignJet 220 Media Type Print Resolution Quality (DPI) Paper Draft 300x300 Final 300x300 Enhanced addressable 600x600...

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    Operation w Cartridge Alignment...

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    Service Station Wiping Operation...

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    Capping Operation Spitting w Frequent Cartridge Failure...

  • Page 51: Display List

    System Data Flow Data characters One at a time I/O Buffer Data characters 500 Bytes I/O Interrupt Physical Input/Output Data Input/Output The user's computer is connected to the plotter through a physical input/output (I/O) connection. The I/O interrupt process removes data from the I/O port, 500 bytes at a time, and places it into the I/O buffer.

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    Converters Swath Holding Area Swath Manager Print Engine Controller Swath RAM Cartridge Interface ASIC Carriage ASIC and Cartridge Drivers select enable...

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    Plotter Architecture The plotters have the multiprocessor architecture shown in the following diagram: Main Internal Processor Memory (80960KA) (ROM/RAM) Swath RAM Shuffler (256 KB) ASIC Carriage Nozzle Processor Timing ASIC (8051) Cartridge Line Detector Drivers The plotter electronics, besides sensors and cables, consist of the following assemblies: D Main PCA D Carriage PCA D Front Panel PCA...

  • Page 54: Main Pca

    Main PCA (Part illustration ' page 10 9.) PCA and Sensor Interconnections Centronics Media-axis encoder Front panel PCA Pinch-arm sensor Window sensor Media sensor Bail sensor Media motor Carriage motor The main PCA contains most of the plotter electronics, that is: D Main processor system D Servo processor subsystem D Some power components...

  • Page 55: Main Processor

    Main Processor System 80960 RS-232 Interface DRAM Demultiplexed SIMM Bus Interface Socket 4x8-Mbit 2-MB DRAM Main-Processor-System Main Processor The EPROM integrated circuits are socketed; Move them from the old Main PCA to the new one, when you replace the Main PCA. Swath To Servo Processor System...

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    Processor Support ASIC Shuffler ASIC and Swath Memory Input/Output Interfaces Parallel Input/Output Hardware What is Bi Tronics...

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    Serial Hardware Serial Input/Output Initialization DRAM Power On Reset Signals...

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    Servo Processor System Motor Position Encoders To Main Processor Processor Support System ASIC Motor Drivers Servo Processor System Servo Processor Processor Support ASIC Front-Panel Interface Sensors 8052 Servo Processor Stepper-Motor Driver EEROM To Carriage Processor System...

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    Front Panel Interface Stepper Motor Driver Carriage Processor Interface Sensors window sensor media sensor pinch arm sensor bail sensor EEROM...

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    Power Components The following are the power components on the main PCA: Carriage and Media Motor Drivers Two motor driver ICs and heatsinks. Print Cartridge Voltage Regulator To regulate the amount of energy given to the print cartridge heating resistors, a precise voltage regulator controls the print cartridge voltage supply.

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    Voltage and Energy Carriage Processor System 8052 To Servo Carriage Processor Processor System From Main Processor System Carriage Processor Carriage-Processor-System A/D Converter Nozzle Cartridge Timing ASIC Drivers Thermistor Line Sensor Cartridge...

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    Nozzle Timing ASIC Servo Processor Interface A/D Converter Print Cartridges Nozzle Testing Temperature Sensing Line Sensor Operation Accuracy...

  • Page 63: Key Pad

    LEDs led[1] led[2] led[3] Key Pad led[2] led[3] Switch[1] Switch[2] Switch[6] Switch[5] led[4] led[7] led[5] led[8] led[9] led[6] Front-Panel LEDs led[6] led[7] Switch[4] Switch[3] Switch[7] Switch[8] Front-Panel Key Pad key[0] key[1]...

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    Voltage +24 V Motor drivers and voltage regulator on the main PCA. (Regulated +20 V for cartridge circuits on the carriage PCA). +12 V Fan power and RS-232 driver. –12 V RS-232 driver. +5 V IC power and sensors. The primary side of the power supply contains rectified line voltage W F R N I N G that can be lethal when touched even if the ON/OFF switch is OFF.

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  • Page 67: Required Tools

    Required Tools The following are the tools required to disassemble and repair the plotters. D Long Torx screwdriver with the indicated attachments: D 90 Torx 15 key: D Pozidriv PZ1 screwdriver: D Small flat blade screwdriver: C3187 90000 Removal and Replacement...

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    D Nut driver with indicated attachments: 3/16 inch 5.5 mm D Needle nose pliers D Cutting pliers D Spring hook D Loopback connector (HP Part Number 07440 60302) D 10X Magnifier Removal and Replacement C3187 90000...

  • Page 69: Repair Procedures

    Repair Procedures Removing the Electronics Enclosure Cover 1 Ensure that the plotter is switched off and that the power cord and interface cable(s) are not connected to it. No interface cables connected. Power inlet: cord not connected 3 Remove the screws that attach the electronics enclosure cover to the electronics enclosure.

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    5 Push the cover up so that its tabs can 6 Carefully pull the cover clear of the slide out of the slots at the top of the plotter. electronics enclosure. Removal and Replacement C3187 90000...

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    Removing the Memory Module ,DRAM SIMM. The user may have installed an optional DRAM SIMM in the plotter. Perform the following procedure, if you need to remove it: 1 Read ESD Precautions D page 6 2. 2 Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5.

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    To reinstall the SIMM, perform the following procedure: 1 Hold the memory module by its edges with the non metallic edge toward you and the notch to your left. Notch Removal and Replacement 2 Tilt the non metallic edge downwards and firmly push the module into the slot.

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    Removing the Main PCA Pozidriv PZ1 3/16 inch Flex the cover to open it Do not detach the cover from the plotter...

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    5 Disconnect all 12 cable connectors from the main PCA. Do not force the front panel PCA cable out of its clamp. First pull the C A U T I O N clamp gently towards you to release the cable; then pull the cable easily out of the clamp.

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    If you are installing a new PCA, perform the following extra steps: 8 Remove the original EPROMs or masked ROMs from their sockets, and install them on the new PCA. The original PCA contains DithDr four EPROMs or two masked ROMs. The EPROMs each have one pair of pins less than the masked ROMs;...

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    Removing the Power Supply PCA dc power-distribution connector Flex the cover to open it Do not detach the cover from the plotter ac connector...

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    3 Remove the six screws that secure the 4 Lift the power supply PCA clear of the power supply PCA to the electronics plotter. enclosure. Torx-10 C3187 90000 Removal and Replacement 6 13...

  • Page 78: Removing The Fan

    Removing the Fan F Hx thH covHr to opHn t Do not dHtach thH covHr rom thH p ottHr Torx-20 Fan connector 0D2 DmbtinJ: A r ow shou d bH nwards SHH nd cat on on an...

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    Removing the Window 1 Open the window. 3 Carefully push the right endcover and the window apart, far enough to lift the window up so that the right pivot just clears its socket. Do not ever the window up more than is necessary, so as not to strain or break the eft pivot.

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    Removing the Center Cover 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. In the following steps, take care not to cut SO OLOGOHOGOF yourself on the encoder strip inside the plotter. 2 Loosen the two latch screws on the underside of the center cover. Torx-15 3 Slide the two latches horizontally towards the center of the plotter, clear of the two endcovers.

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    4 Remove the screws from the back of the center cover. ha H ha H Torx-15 5 Slide the center cover vertically upwards, and lift it clear of the plotter. C3187 90000 Removal and Replacement 6 17...

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    Removing the Left Endcover 1 Remove the window D page 6 15, and the center cover D page 6 16. 2 Remove the two screws on the left front trim and the two screws on the left back trim. Torx-15 Reassembling: When replacing screws on any plastic part, always begin C A U T I O N by gently twisting the screw in anticlockwise with your hand, until the...

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    Removing the Right Endcover 1 Remove the window D page 6 15, and the center cover D page 6 16. 2 Remove the two screws on the right front trim and the two screws on the right back trim. Torx-15 Reassembling: When replacing screws on any plastic part, always begin C A U T I O N by gently twisting the screw in anticlockwise with your hand, until the...

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    Removing the Automatic Cartridge Adjust Linkage 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. 2 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 3 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18. 5 Remove the two shoulder screws that attach the automatic cartridge adjust linkage to the left sideplate and lift the linkage clear of the plotter.

  • Page 85: Removing The Stepper Motor

    Removing the Stepper Motor Stepper-motor connector Carefully flex the cover to open t Do not detach the cover from the plotter Torx-15 0D2 DmbtinJ: Rest the bottom arm of the l nkage on top of the stepper motor shaft...

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    8 Loosen the right screw and remove the left screw that attaches the stepper motor to the left sideplate. Torx-10 Remove C A U T I O N Reassembling: Do not cross thread or over tighten the screws. 6 22 Removal and Replacement 9 Move the stepper motor toward the rear of the plotter.

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    Removing the Pinch Arm Sensor 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover ' page 6 5. 2 Remove the window ' page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover ' page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover ' page 6 19. 6 Remove the two screws that attach the pinch arm sensor to the right sideplate.

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    Removing the Window Sensor 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5. 2 Remove the window D page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. 6 Carefully feed the window sensor cable out from the electronics enclosure and from under the motor assemblies, unclipping it from the holding clips and ferrite.

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    7 Slide the cable and connector up through the fastener near the right front trim. Sensor Fastener 9 Lift the sensor, with cable, clear of the plotter. C3187 90000 8 Remove the screw that attaches the window sensor to the right front trim. Torx-8 C A U T I O N Reassembling: Do not cross thread...

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    Removing the Media Sensor 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5. 2 Remove the window D page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. 10 If the plotter is mounted on legs, remove the four screws that attach it to the legs.

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    7 Remove the screws that attach the bottom cover to the plotter, and lift the cover clear of the plotter. D/A1 size plotters have 8 screws. E/A0 size plotters have 10 screws. Torx-20 9 Cut the plastic tie that fastens the media sensor cable to the underside of the entry platen.

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    Replacing the Media Sensor Flags 1 Insert the t shaped flag in the indicated position. 3 Insert the bell shaped flag in the indicated position. 6 28 Removal and Replacement 2 Let the t shaped flag rotate to its correct position.

  • Page 93: Removing The Trailing Cable

    Removing the Trailing Cable If you are installing a new trailing cable, make sure the main PCA is compatible with it. (Details D chapter 9.) Flex the cover to open it. Do not detach the cover from the plotter. Torx-10 Trailing-cable connector...

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    8 Disconnect the trailing cable connector from the cartridge carriage PCA. 9 If you need to change the trailing cable: a Cut the two plastic ties that hold the cable to the rear tray and bracket. Plastic ties Rear tray Bracket 0D2 DmbtinJ: Replace the ties with new ones...

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    10 If you don't need to change the trailing cable, but do need to remove it to access other parts: a Remove the two screws that attach the trailing cable rear tray to the top of the electronics enclosure. Torx-20 Rear tray c Remove the trailing cable bracket screw from the cartridge carriage.

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    Removing the Front Panel Assembly 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover ' page 6 5. 2 Remove the window ' page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover ' page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover ' page 6 19. 5 Take note of the correct positioning of the front panel cable for reassembling.

  • Page 97

    8 Carefully feed the front panel cable out from the electronics enclosure, through the flat ferrite on the right sideplate, and out from under the motor assemblies. 9 Remove the two screws and washers that attach the front panel assembly to the right side plate, and lift the front panel assembly, with cable, clear of the plotter.

  • Page 98

    Removing the Front Panel PCA and LED Assembly 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5. 2 Remove the window D page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. 5 Remove the front panel assembly D page 6 32.

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    Removing the Carriage ,Y Axis. Motor 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5. 2 Remove the window D page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. 6 Pressing the small drive belt against the tensioner wheel in the belt tensioner to loosen the belt, slide the belt off of the...

  • Page 100

    8 Rotate the motor in the indicated 9 Pull the motor down, clear of its bracket. direction. Rotate Pull 6 36 Removal and Replacement C3187 90000...

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    Removing the Media ,X Axis. Motor E Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5. F Remove the window D page 6 15. G Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. 5 Remove the front panel assembly D page 6 32.

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    10 Remove the two screws that secure the media motor to the media motor mount. Torx-15 6 38 Removal and Replacement 11 Pull the media motor towards the rear of the plotter. 12 Disconnect the flat encoder cable from the motor, and lift the motor clear of the plotter.

  • Page 103: Removing The Encoder Strip

    Removing the Encoder Strip W A R N I N G The encoder strip has very sharp edges; exercise care when handling to avoid personal injury. C A U T I O N The encoder strip is fragile. Do not damage it.

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    7 Compressing the encoder spring bracket to release tension on the encoder strip, carefully release the encoder strip from the service station. Encoder strip Release Service station 8 Carefully pull the encoder strip through and out of the carriage assembly. 9 Lay the encoder strip on a flat surface.

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    Reinstalling the Encoder Strip 1 Ensure that the encoder strip is oriented with the transparent area up, and with three holes on the left side and one hole on the right side. 3 With washer and nut, secure the encoder strip to the service station.

  • Page 106

    5 With washer and nut, secure the encoder strip to the encoder spring bracket. 5.5 mm 6 Slide the carriage back and forth the length of its travel to ensure free movement. The encoder strip should not bind or rub on the carriage. 6 42 Removal and Replacement C3187 90000...

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    Removing the Trailing Cable Guide C A U T I O N Handle the trailing cable and the trailing cable guide with care. 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. 2 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 3 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18.

  • Page 108

    9 Remove the screw inside the ferrite ring. Torx-15 11 Move the trailing cable guide towards the rear of the plotter, rotate it to clear the arm of the cartridge adjustment cam on the cartridge carriage, and lift the trailing cable guide clear of the plotter.

  • Page 109

    Removing the Y Tensioner and Housing 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. 2 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 3 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18. 4 Slide the cartridge carriage towards the center of the plotter in order to access the tensioner.

  • Page 110

    7 Carefully move the tensioner plate to the right until it clears the slot in the housing. Slot Tensioner plate 9 Decompress the tensioner spring by allowing the tensioner plate to move toward the rear of the plotter. Tensioner plate Tensioner spring 6 46 Removal and Replacement...

  • Page 111

    11 Loosen the Y tensioner housing screw. Torx-15 Loosen 13 Release the main idler from the cartridge carriage belt. C3187 90000 12 Slide the Y tensioner housing out from the Y tensioner bracket. Y-tensioner Y-tensioner bracket housing 14 Lift the Y tensioner housing clear of the plotter.

  • Page 112

    Removing the CWrtridge CWrriWge Wnd MWin Drive Belt C A U T I O N If you are installing a new cartridge carriage or a new carriage PCA, ensure that the plotter firmware is compatible with it. Incompatibilities could destroy the cartridges. (Details D chapter 9.) 1 Remove the window D page 6 15.

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    11 Holding the service station sled about 1 cm (or about 1/2 inch) to the left of its normal position with one hand, tilt the forward edge of the service station cover up and lift the cover clear of the service station housing. Sled Cover 12 Lift the service station sled up slightly and release the sled spring from the service station...

  • Page 114

    13 Lift the service station sled clear of the service station housing and the plotter. 14 Move to the right side of the plotter. Pressing the small drive belt against the tensioner wheel to loosen the belt, slide the belt off of the motor gear; then carefully release your hand from the the tensioner wheel.

  • Page 115

    16 Remove the encoder strip spring. 18 Disconnect the trailing cable connector from the cartridge carriage PCA. C3187 90000 17 Remove the double pulley from the Y drive bracket. While doing this keep the palm of one hand beneath the double pulley to catch the double pulley bushing.

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    19 Remove the right spring from the cartridge carriage assembly. 21 Lift the trailing cable and bracket clear of the carriage assembly. Bracket Trailing cable 6 52 Removal and Replacement 20 Remove the screw that attaches the trailing cable bracket to the carriage assembly.

  • Page 117

    In the following step, take care when moving the cartridge carriage over C A U T I O N the plastic projection at the top left end of the service station housing. Too much force may damage the housing or the carriage. 23 Grasp the carriage rear preload bushing (rides on the rear slider rod), and move the carriage to the left and free of the slider rods.

  • Page 118

    25 Set the carriage assembly upside down on a flat surface. 26 Using a small, standard screwdriver, remove the left and right belt clamps from the carriage assembly. C A U T I O N Be careful not to damage the clamps. Reassembling: Correctly install the clamps, so that they don't fall out during plotter operation!

  • Page 119

    Removing the Bail Sensor 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5. 2 Remove the window D page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. Bail sensor 6 Disconnect the bail sensor cable connector from the main PCA, and from...

  • Page 120

    Removing The Bail 1 Open the window. SO OLOGOHOGOF 3 Push both of the plastic ends of the bail towards each other to release them from the holes in the sideplates, and lift the bail up and clear of the plotter. 0D2 DmbtinJ: If there are Tef on ashers on the inside of the eft sidep ate, take care not to damage them.

  • Page 121: Removing The Service Station

    Removing the Service Station In performing this procedure, be carefu to avoid staining your hands and c othing with ink deposited in the service station. 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. 2 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 3 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18.

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    8 Remove the three screws that secure the service station cover to the service station housing. Torx-15 Cover 0D2 DmbtinJ: Do no o e igh en he h ee c e Man ally mo e he e ice a ion led o en e ha i mo e f eely benea h he co e 10 Lift the service station sled slightly up and release the sled spring from the service station...

  • Page 123

    11 Lift the service station sled clear of the service station housing and the plotter. 14 Remove the screw and washer that secure the wiper rod and rocker to the left sideplate, and lift the rod and rocker clear of the plotter. Torx-15 wiper rod wiper rocker...

  • Page 124

    Removing the Overdrive Roller Overdrive roller 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. 2 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 3 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18. 4 Lift the left front trim clear of the plotter.

  • Page 125

    8 Move the overdrive roller to the right until it has completely cleared the left sideplate but not entered the hole in the right sideplate. 9 Release the overdrive roller from the overdrive bushing (small black clips underneath the media separator), and lift the overdrive roller clear of the plotter. C3187 90000 Removal and Replacement 6 61...

  • Page 126

    Removing the Overdrive Enclosure 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. 2 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 3 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. 5 Remove the overdrive roller D page 6 60. 7 Remove the two indicated screws from the right sideplate.

  • Page 127

    Re installing the Overdrive Enclosure The order in which you replace the screws on the overdrive enclosure is important 1 Position the overdrive enclosure between the two sideplates. Take care not to damage the media sensor flags. The overdrive enclosure C A U T I O N should not touch them.

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    3 Insert the two indicated screws, but DO NOT tighten them. (Long dog point screws.) LEFT HAND SIDE 4 Replace the indicated screw and tighten it, thus aligning the overdrive enclosure with the left sideplate. Torx-20 LEFT HAND SIDE 6 64 Removal and Replacement Torx-15 LEAVE LOOSE RIGHT HAND SIDE...

  • Page 129

    Removing the Entry Platen 1 Remove the window D page 6 15. 2 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 3 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18. 4 Remove the right endcover D page 6 19. 5 Remove the overdrive roller D page 6 60. 6 Unscrew the pinch arm lever and right front trim and lift them clear of the entry platen, taking care not to damage...

  • Page 130

    12 Pull the entry platen out from the plotter in order to access the media sensor. 14 Cut the plastic tie that fastens the media sensor cable to the underside of the entry platen. C A U T I O N Take care not to cut the media sensor cable itself.

  • Page 131

    Re installing the Entry Platen The order in which you replace the screws on the entry platen is important. 1 If the plotter is attached to a support, detach it. 2 Turn the plotter on its back. 3 Reconnect the media sensor to the entry platen (see also page 6 26). 4 Position the entry platen between the two sideplates.

  • Page 132

    8 Replace the two indicated screws. (Long dog point screws.) LEFT HAND SIDE 7 Replace the indicated screw. Torx-20 LEFT HAND SIDE 6 68 Removal and Replacement Torx-15 RIGHT HAND SIDE 9 Replace the screws on the bottom cover. Torx-20 D/A1 size plotters have four screws.

  • Page 133

    Removing the Drive Roller 1 Remove the electronics enclosure cover D page 6 5. 2 Remove the window D page 6 15. 3 Remove the center cover D page 6 16. 4 Remove the left endcover D page 6 18. 5 Lift the left front trim clear of the plotter.

  • Page 134

    19 Remove the drive roller from the plotter. Reassembling: Ensure that the bearing assembly at the right end of the drive roller is seated in the right sideplate and completely on the right side of the axial bias plate. Bearing assembly Axial bias plate Calibration: Perform the accuracy calibration after installing the drive...

  • Page 135

    The cam gear support is a new part, introduced with the DesignJet 220 to help solve failures in the bail lift mechanism. It replaces the Teflon washer solution of the DesignJet 200. A service note describes how to remove the Teflon washers and install the cam gear support and associated parts on a DesignJet 200.

  • Page 136

    Removing the Pinch Arm Lift Mechanism Pinch arm assembly 1 Remove the drive roller D page 6 69. 2 Push the pinch arm lever (located on the right side of the entry platen) into the vertical position. 3 Remove the screws on the entry platen, D page 6 65, and pull it slightly forward. 4 On the right side of the plotter, disconnect the rocker plate tension spring to relieve any remaining tension on the pinch arm lift mechanism.

  • Page 137

    5 On the right side, loosen the cam journal screw 12 turns counter clockwise and push the screw in towards the center of the plotter. Torx-8 6 Repeat the previous step and try to pull the cam journal and rear wire link to the right and clear of the bar cam.

  • Page 138

    7 Grasp the cam journal on the left side of the plotter with your left hand. 8 Reach around to the front of the plotter and push the top of the bar cam slightly towards the rear of the plotter, simultaneously pulling the cam journal to the left, so that the bar cam can begin to slide out of the left sideplate.

  • Page 139

    DHPMJcHtMond...

  • Page 140: Service Mode

    When to Calibrate the Plotter Indications or Repairs Performed Jagged lines on plots Cartridges are reseated or replaced Drive roller is removed or replaced Media (X-axis) motor is replaced Configuration-plot X-mark distance is not 500mm ("1mm) Carriage or carriage LED is removed or replaced Edge-detect failures occur Bail failures occur during media loading Bail sensor is removed or replaced...

  • Page 141

    Front Panel Keys in Service Mode Cancel Bail Sensor Test Service Configuration Service Monitor with Shift + Alt Servo/Encoder Test Accuracy Calib. Read To check whether a DesignJet 220 plotter is in service mode, press the together, and then release them. If the plotter is in service mode, four LEDs flash.

  • Page 142: Aligning Cartridges

    When to Align Cartridges Carriage LED Calibration Aligning Cartridges You do not have to enter service mode to align cartridges. switched on Load Media Media Type Ready Align Cartridges The plotter takes 3 to 4 minutes to perform its alignment routine using the sheet of paper you have just loaded.

  • Page 143

    The lines on the paper serve two purposes: Some lines have already been optically read by the plotter and used to perform cartridge alignment; others are now to be inspected by you. An example of the cartridge alignment plot sheet is shown below. The two pairs of lines that you should inspect are indicated on this example.

  • Page 144

    Purpose What is the End Point Accuracy Specification ? Measured length – Desired length Desired length What can Affect the End Point Accuracy ? w Media Drive Accuracy x 100 = %Error...

  • Page 145

    Performing the Accuracy Calibration Use a sheet approximately 61 x 91 cm 24 x 36 in . Media Type If using inkjet polyester film, load the film with the matte dull side down. Ready SHIFT Accuracy Calib. Print. The Busy LED lights up and the plotter plots a calibration plot.

  • Page 146

    Ready SHIFT Accuracy Calib. Read, LED lights up. The plotter takes about Busy 3 minutes to read the calibration sheet, to calculate the calibration data, and to save the data in the EEROM. During this time, the plotter appears almost motionless for short intervals. The plotter then ejects the sheet.

  • Page 147

    Load Media adi g z Load Media Agai , h adi g z Media Calibration a b a a gi ad d, i i d agai . same a b a ad d, i i d agai , a d h Media-Sensor Calibration a gi...

  • Page 148

    o not use vellum, transparent or polyester media, or recycled paper. The plotter positions the cartridge carriage over the media. The carriage remains there for about 1 minute with the red L calibration. The plotter then ejects the sheet. Setup-Sheet Calibration Setup-Sheet Calibration lit, while the plotter performs the...

  • Page 149

    Troubleshooting...

  • Page 150

    Power On Self Test...

  • Page 151: Mechanical Initialization

    Extended Power On Self Test Access Cartridges Busy Access Cartridges Mechanical Initialization Access Cartridges...

  • Page 152

    What You Should See and Hear If you have activated the extended power on self tests, all six LEDs remain off for a few seconds before the LED lights up. Busy Cartridges Busy Cartridges Load Media Load Media...

  • Page 153

    Error Error User Errors Error Cartridges Possible Causes Error Ready Possible Causes Error Troubleshooting Error Corrective Action w Frequent Cartridge Failure Error Corrective Action no negative motion Flashing Cartridges Ready...

  • Page 154

    flashing Error Busy Possible Causes The serial interface settings are different on the plotter and on the software. The serial interface cable is not correctly connected. The computer is ignoring the plotter's handshake signals. flashing Error Load Media Possible Causes The media does not advance around the roller when loaded.

  • Page 155: System Errors

    System Errors Error Paper Error Busy LEDs lit and Error Number and steady Description Error Ready Align Access Setup Replot Cartridges Cartridges Error Ready Paper Plot Form Media Cancel Quality Feed Type Corrective Options...

  • Page 156

    Error Ready LEDs lit Error Number and steady Description Corrective Options...

  • Page 157

    Error Load Media LEDs lit Error Number and steady Description Corrective Options w Servo Control System Failures w Servo Control System Failures w Frequent Cartridge Failure w Bail Lift Mechanism Failure.

  • Page 158

    Error Cartridge LEDs lit Error Number and Description steady Corrective Options...

  • Page 159

    Repair + Calibrate Print Quality Diagnosing Problems Other Tips...

  • Page 160

    Media Axis (X Axis) Shutdown Carriage Axis (Y Axis) Shutdown Remove Tape and Align Cartridges Damaged Encoder Strip Incompatibility between Carriage and Firmware w Probl ms Corr t d by irmwar R l as A.01.01...

  • Page 161

    Misaligned Cartridge Caps Function of the Cartridge Caps What can Cause Cap Misalignment? Checking Cartridge Cap Alignment Use lint free wipes dampened with water to clean the cartridges. slowly Seating area Cartridge caps...

  • Page 162

    Normal Bail Lift Sequence Problems Teflon Washers versus Cam Gear Support w New Bail Lift Mechanism Support...

  • Page 164

    Add Starwheel Mount w Change in Bail and Overdrive Parts Change Carriage Rear Bushing HP GL Timeout HP 7586B HP GL Timeout Short timeout period: Long timeout period: Busy Form Feed Incompatibility between Trailing Cable and Main PCA w Problems Corrected by Firmware Release A.01.01...

  • Page 165

    User's Guide Long Media doesn't Load w Probl ms Corr t d by irmwar R l as A.01.01 Translucent Media doesn't Load Binding, or Missing Sensor Flags Media Skews Badly w Chang in Carriag w Chang in Carriag...

  • Page 166: Service Tests

    Service Tests Test Description Bail Cycle Test This tests the following: Bail Bail sensor switch Drive Mechanics Main PCA Bail-Sensor Test This tests the following: Bail sensor switch Main PCA Mechanical interference Electrical Test The electrical test performs all of the following: Carriage communications test Carriage ASIC test: Values stored in the carriage ASIC registers are temporarily stored.

  • Page 167

    Test Description Media-Sensor Test This tests the following: Media sensor on entry platen Main PCA Media opacity Pinch-Arm- This tests the following: Sensor Test Pinch-arm sensor Pinch-arm-sensor cable Main PCA Service The service configuration plot contains the following: Configuration Plot Hard-clip border around the plot enabling you to measure the margins.

  • Page 168

    Test Description Stepper-Motor Test The stepper-motor test continuously cycles the stepper motor, thus raising and lowering the wiper and the lever mechanism. It tests the following: Stepper motor Main PCA Cartridge-adjust linkage Wiper linkage Window-Sensor Test This tests the following: Window sensor Window-sensor cable Main PC.

  • Page 169

    Which Service Test to Perform The following table indicates the service tests that you can perform on particular assemblies: Assembly Bail Bail-sensor Carriage-axis encoder/motor Carriage-axis encoder cable Cartridge-adjust linkage Cartridge carriage Communication between computer and plotter Double pulley DRAM SIMM Drive belt Drive mechanics Drive roller...

  • Page 170

    Performing the Service Tests The following paragraphs describe how to perform the various service tests. You know that a test has failed if a system error is indicated by means of the front panel LEDs. Bail Cycle Test , Enter service mode (see page 7 2). .

  • Page 171

    Input/Output Test If a connector is not available, you can place a jumper between pins 2 and 3 of the serial port for the test. SHIFT An error is displayed on the front panel if the test fails. Media Sensor Test Load Media The Load Media LED should turn off, and the loads the sheet.

  • Page 172

    Service Monitor (Data Display) SHIFT Instead of plotting the drawings that you sent, the plotter plots the first and last Kbytes of the code for those drawings. The code is printed in hexadecimal and ASCII format. If the total size of the file s sent is not bigger than one Kbyte, only the first buffer is printed.

  • Page 173

    AnalyzinN the Bar Pattern First Four Bars Fifth and Sixth Bars FfFfFfFfFfFfF fffffffffffff FfFfFfFfFfFfF FfFfFfFfFfFfF fffffffffffff fFfFfFfFfFfFf Seventh Bar...

  • Page 174: Reading The Eerom Text Block

    Parameters Printed Below EEROM Text Block (Decimal Values) Number of times plotter has been switched on. See System Errors earlier in this chapter for correspondence of numbers to errors. Calculated during bail calibration. Whether the bench run has been performed or not. X axis calibration = accuracy calibration This is the drive roller correction factor, calculated during accuracy calibration.

  • Page 175

    Address Location Value=55 if EEROM has been initialized (Read by servo processor) Value=AA if EEROM has been initialized (Read by servo processor) Value=5A if EEROM has been initialized (Read by servo processor) Byte 0 of the number of bench-run cycles completed Byte 1 of the number of bench-run cycles completed Number of stepper cycles per bench-run cycle Byte 0 of the total number of bench-run cycles...

  • Page 176

    Table 8 2 is a key to the EEROM memory text block on the service configuration plot. The first column is the same as on the plot; the remaining columns show the memory location number instead of the contents at each position on the text block. Table 8-2.

  • Page 177

    The block of text on the service configuration plot that shows the contents of the EEROM, appears in the form shown in Table 8 3. This table is a text block from a sample plot. The contents of the EEROM that you are testing will differ from this sample. Table 8-3.

  • Page 178

    Notes 8 30 Removal and Replacement C3187 90000...

  • Page 179

    Product History and Service Notes...

  • Page 181

    Part Number Rev:s:on Letter F:rmware Rev:s:on Code C A U O G O N...

  • Page 182

    Date: Service Note: Supersedes: Products: Serial Numbers: Parts required: Situation: Solution/Action: 1) Impact of Cartridge to Roller Distance on Print Quality 2) How does the Media Motor Mount Affect this Distance ?

  • Page 183

    A) How/Where to Measure the Distance Cartridge Chute Cartridge Front View Drive Roller Surface Insert the gauges centered below the left (fixed) cartridge. Carriage Gauge side-view Drive Roller side-view Figure 1 Right Side Cover Ref. Description specs (mm) Î Î Î Î Î Î Î Î Î nozzle platen to roller Î...

  • Page 184

    4) What to Do with Units Exhibiting Ink Smearing Problems Apply pressure while tightening screws 1, 2 & 3 Figure 2 Administrative Information Classification: Author/Entity:...

  • Page 185

    Date: Service Note: Supersedes: Products: Serial Numbers: To be performed by: Parts required: Situation: Solution/Action:...

  • Page 186

    Administrative Information Classification: Standards: Action Category: Location Category: Service Inventory: Used Parts: HP Responsible Until: Author/Entity: Date: Bug Fixing This firmware is not yet available at the time of printing of this manual.

  • Page 187

    (Firmware code B.02.00, obsolete) C3187 18014 C3187 18015 cd: 4 cd: 5 C3187 18017 C3187 18016 cd: 6 cd: 7 DesignJet 200 Masked ROMs (Firmware code A.01.00, obsolete) 1818 5484 1818 5485 cd: 0 cd: 1 Empty Empty DesignJet 220 Masked ROMs (Firmware code B.02.00, obsolete)

  • Page 188

    Re installing Teflon Washers Normally, you should not have to re install teflon washers on a DesignJet 200. Instead, you should install a cam gear support and the associated parts as described later in this chapter. The following note is given in case you need to reassemble the plotter while you wait for these parts to arrive.

  • Page 189

    Date: Service Note: Draft Supersedes: Products: Serial Numbers To Be Performed By: Parts Required: Situation Solution...

  • Page 190

    InstallinN the New Bail Lift MeGhanism Y tensioner bracket Cam gear support Engaging lever Engaging lever spring Left sideplate Auto cam Screw (Remove from inside)

  • Page 191

    Administrative Information Classification: Reason: Action Category: Location Category: Availability: Author/Entity:...

  • Page 193

    Parts and Diagrams 10 1...

  • Page 194: Exchange Assemblies

    Exchange assemblies are factory repaired and tested assemblies that you can order; they are listed in the following table. Exchange assemblies are available only on a trade in basis; therefore, you must return the defective assemblies for credit. Exchange Assemblies HP Part Number Description C3180-69102 Main PCA (Rebuilt)

  • Page 195: Replacement Parts

    The total quantity for each part on the drawing is given as well as the part number and check digit. To obtain replacement parts, address an inquiry to the nearest HP Support Office. You must include the part number, check digit and part description in the order you send. Also include the plotter model and serial number.

  • Page 196

    Parts List: Legs and Media Bin Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing C2847-60002 C2848-60002 C3185-00034 C3186-00034 C2847-60061 1492-0145 C2847-00006 C1633-00020 C2847-00012 C1633-00044 C2847-00005 C1633-00019 no part number CRmplete Legs and Media Bin Part Number C3185A = Complete legs and media bin for D/A1 size plotters.

  • Page 197

    Legs and Media Bin C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 5...

  • Page 198

    Window-Pivot Spring Window Screw Shielded Trailing Cable Not compatible with main PCAs: C3180-60101, C3180-68101, C3180-69101. DesignJet 200 D chapter 9. Shielded Trailing-Cable Assembly. (Includes shielded trailing cable, three plastic ties, and trailing-cable bracket.) Trailing-Cable Rear Tray. (DesignJet 200 D chapter 9.)

  • Page 199

    To Carriage Window, Center and Bottom Covers. C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 7...

  • Page 200

    Parts List: Electronics Enclosure Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing C3180-68102 C3180-69102 0515-2253 See illustration C2064A C2065A C2066A 2200-0145 0570-1316 C3180-00003 C3181-00003 1400-1648 3160-0814 0515-2405 0950-2417 C3180-60006 0515-2149 0515-2278 C2847-60005 C3180-60013 C3180-00004 C3181-00004 0515-2429 9170-1533 See page 10-6. 9170-1535...

  • Page 201

    DesignJet 200 EPROMs (Firmware code A.01.01) C3180-18006 C3180-18007 cd: 7 cd: 8 C3180-18008 C3180-18009 cd: 9 cd: 0 Empty pair of holes C3187 90000 DesignJet 220 Masked ROMs (Firmware code B.02.01) 1818-6016 1818-6017 cd: 6 cd: 7 Empty Electronics Enclosure...

  • Page 202

    Parts List: Left Endcover and Trim Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing C3180-40003 C3187-00015 C3180-40005 0624-0771 C3180-00010 0515-2282 C3180-40012 5041-1203 C3180-60006 C3180-40008 0515-2337 10 10 Parts and Diagrams Quantity Description Left Endcover Serial-Number Label Rear Left Trim Torx-15 Screw...

  • Page 203

    Left Endcover and Trim C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 11...

  • Page 204

    Parts List: Right Endcover and Trim Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing 0624-0771 C3180-40006 1400-0293 0515-2278 – – 07090-20020 C3180-40007 C3180-60009 0624-0745 C3180-40004 C3180-40014 0515-2282 C3180-40015 C3180-60010 C3180-40016 16 and 17 see below C3180-00033 Front-Panel Overlay and Help Cards...

  • Page 205

    Right Endcover and Trim C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 13...

  • Page 206

    Parts List: Carriage Axis Drive (Left End) Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing C2847-00029 1500-0856 07570-60105 07570-40105 1460-2139 C1633-40065 0515-0380 C1633-00068 C2847-00014 C1633-00056 0515-2248 C2847-00051 1400-1021 C1633-80016 C1633-20021 C1633-60033 0624-0647 C3180-60005 3050-1415 C3180-60014 C1633-40006 C1633-40093 C2858-60208 C2859-60208 3050-0026 0535-0031...

  • Page 207

    Carriage-Axis Drive (Left End) C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 15...

  • Page 208

    Parts List: Service Station Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing 0624-0704 C1633-40003 C1633-40005 C1633-40001 C1633-80002 C1633-40004 C2847-40011 10 16 Parts and Diagrams Quantity Description Plastite Screw #6-19x.375 Service-Station Cover Service-Station Cap Service-Station Housing Sled Spring Cap Fitting Service-Station Sled...

  • Page 209

    Service Station C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 17...

  • Page 210

    Parts List: Carriage Axis Drive (Right End) Reference HP Part Number Check Drawing Digit see page 10-21 C2847-00029 1500-0856 see page 10-14 9170-1536 C1633-80003 0515-0380 07570-60112 07550-40104 1460-2061 0515-1349 07575-40125 C1633-00132 C1633-60029 C1633-00002 C2858-60208 C2859-60208 3050-0026 0535-0031 C1633-20034 1500-0855 C3170-60009...

  • Page 211

    Reference 24: Ferrite Assemblies HP Part Number Check Digit 9170-1400 9170-1594 9170-1593 9170-1596 9170-1595 0515-2299 C3187 90000 Carriage Axis Drive (Right End). Quantity Description Flat Ferrite Large Ferrite Small Ferrite Large-Ferrite Holder Small-Ferrite Holder Holder Screw Parts and Diagrams 10 19...

  • Page 212

    Parts List: Carriage Assembly Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing C2847-60071 0624-0704 2190-0760 C1633-80013 C1633-00079 C1633-40009 1460-2061 C1633-40055 0624-0647 C3180-40025 C1633-80014 C1633-40066 1990-1615 C2847-00029 1500-0856 07575-40014 07575-40013 1000-0909 0624-0745 C1633-40070 C2847-60204 C1633-00104 C1633-00107 10 20 Parts and Diagrams Quantity...

  • Page 213

    C3187 90000 Carriage Assembly Parts and Diagrams 10 21...

  • Page 214

    Parts List: Media Drive Assemblies Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing C3180-00002 C3181-00002 C2858-60054 C2859-60004 C3180-40010 C3180-40011 0515-2337 C3180-60001 0515-2278 C1633-00009 C2847-60019 C2848-60003 0515-2248 1400-1021 C1633-20006 0515-0382 C2847-20013 0515-1349 C3180-40009 10 22 Parts and Diagrams Quantity Description Entry Platen...

  • Page 215

    Media Drive Assemblies C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 23...

  • Page 216

    (Parts List: Bail and Overdrive Assemblies D pages 10 24a and 10 24b) 10 24 Parts and Diagrams C3187 90000...

  • Page 217

    Parts List: Bail and Overdrive Assemblies Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing 0624-0647 3050-0026 C1633-40028 C1633-40027 C2847-40013 C1633-80006 0510-0083 C1633-60030 C3180-40024 C1633-20021 C1633-40019 3050-1415 0515-2337 C2847-00051 C1633-40052 0624-0520 C3180-40013 0515-2278 C3180-60002 0624-0704 C1633-40038 C1633-60034 C3187 90000 Quantity Description Torx-10 Screw Washer 3.2 mm...

  • Page 218

    Reference HP Part Number Check on Drawing Digit C3180-60017 C3180-60065 C3181-60017 C3181-60065 C1633-40037 0624-0400 C3180-60004 C3180-60035 C3181-60004 C3181-60035 C3180-60015 C3180-60061 C3181-60015 C3181-60061 C3180-40002 C3180-40018 C3181-40018 0515-2248 C3180-20001 C2847-40015 C2858-60209 C3180-60062 C3181-60062 10 24b Parts and Diagrams Quantity Description Bail (Includes items 20, 21, 22, 23, 24)

  • Page 219

    Bail and Overdrive Assemblies C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 25...

  • Page 220

    Parts List: Pinch Arm Assembly Reference HP Part Number Check Digit Drawing 0515-1992 C3190-40053 0535-0026 C2847-20005 C1633-20012 C1633-60039 C1633-80005 C1633-40082 0515-0380 C1633-00100 C1633-00076 C1633-40079 C1633-80007 C1633-20021 0624-0647 C3180-60034 C1633-00075 0515-2414 2190-0760 C3180-40020 3050-1415 C3180-40017 C1633-00059 10 26 Parts and Diagrams...

  • Page 221

    Pinch-Arm Assembly C3187 90000 Parts and Diagrams 10 27...

  • Page 222

    Korean Spanish Taiwanese 10 28 Parts and Diagrams Accessories HP Part Number Until 30 Sept 1994: C3180-90020 (D chapter 3) From 01 Oct 1994: C2847-90030 (new packaging) From 01 Oct 1994: C2847-90032 (new packaging) C3180-60016 (D/A1 size) C3181-60016 (E/A0 size)

  • Page 223

    Software Application Notes Print Cartridge Supplies Source (booklet) Elsewhere Supplies Source Update Elsewhere Upgrade Kit (DesignJet 200 to DesignJet 220) includes User’s Guide, Drivers, Help Cards, Overlay and: Upgrade Instructions Nameplate Upgrade Label ROM Memory Kit Plug-In Memory (DRAM SIMM)

  • Page 224: Line Cord Set

    Latin America North America Korea Philippines Taiwan MITI 41-9692 Japan CEE 7-VII Continental Europe Egypt India Saudi Arabia BS 1363A Hong Kong Ireland United Kingdom ASC112 Argentina Australia China (mainland) New Zealand HP Part Number 8120-1378 8120-4753 8120-1689 8120-1351 8120-1369...

  • Page 225

    Plug Type Country SEV 1011 Switzerland DHCR-107 Denmark SABS Republic of South Africa C3187 90000 HP Part Number 8120-2104 8120-2956 8120-4211 Parts and Diagrams 10 31...

  • Page 226: Interface Cables

    HP 9000 workstations using 9-pin connectors. IBM AT and compatible computers using 9-pin serial connectors. HP Vectra PC with HP 24541A/B dual serial interface card using the 25-pin connector. HP Apollo workstation using an SPE (Serial/Parallel Expansion) option and supplied adapter cable.

  • Page 227

    Glossary...

  • Page 228

    ANSI ASCII ASIC baud rate Bi Tronics carriage LED cartridge Centronics cockle D/A1 size plotters display data DRAM driver drive roller E/A0 size plotters EPROM EEROM EPROM HP GL/2 HP RTL...

  • Page 229

    IEEE Kanji legs and bin line sensor media axis media length calibration media sensor calibration NVRAM palette paper axis parity pinch arm sensor platen roller raster resolution...

  • Page 230

    RS 232 C interface SIMM stand TCP/IP Transl. UART X axis X axis calibration Y axis...

  • Page 231

    2JDHM 2JDHMP0...

  • Page 232

    n 8 18 ng 8 22 Busy Error...

  • Page 233

    Cancel Cartridge Error...

  • Page 234

    Draft (EEROM  EPROM)

  • Page 235

    Enhanced (EPROM  EEROM) Error Busy Error Cartridge Error Load Media Error Ready Film...

  • Page 236

    Final...

  • Page 237

    Load Media Error...

  • Page 238

    long media 9 7 description 8 19 performing 8 23...

  • Page 239

    operation, verifying plotter, 3 7 options, part numbers, 10 28 orientation, plot, 3 7 overdrive, 5 9 change in, 9 14 enclosure, installing, 6 63 removing, 6 62 part numbers, 10 24a roller, removing, 6 60 overlay, front panel, part numbers, 10 12 service mode, 7 3 front panel P/N, G 3...

  • Page 240

    Ready Error ee lso...

  • Page 242

    Translucent Vellum...

  • Page 243

    warning symbols, xi washers, reinstalling teflon, 9 10 weight of plotter, 2 3 width of lines, incorrect, 8 16, 9 7 window, part number, 10 6 removing, 6 15 sensor, 5 27 part number, 10 12 removing, 6 24 test description 8 20 performing 8 24 C3187 90000...

  • Page 244

    .D,A Index 04 C3087 90000...

  • Page 245

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  • Page 246

    What's in This Book This manual contains information necessary to test, calibrate and service D HP DesignJet 200 plotters (models C3180A and C3181A) D HP DesignJet 220 plotters (models C3187A and C3188A) For information about using these plotters, refer to the corresponding user guides.

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