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HELP! Fuji DE100 Vertical color lines.


Vladislav V.

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Hello everyone. The mileage is 90,000. After turning on the printer, it makes one or two normal prints, and then colored vertical stripes appear.

 

What have I already tried to do:

• Took another roll of paper;

• Calibration of the head;

• Printing from another print manager;

• Used another USB wire;

• Installed the printer on another PC with new drivers.

 

My ideas of what else it could be:

• Cracked motherboard flex cable –> printhead;

• The head positioning tape is quite heavily dusted. I'm waiting for lint-free wipes to be delivered to clean it.

 

Have you ever had this?

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It seems to me that the elastic band is in place. The longitudinal backlash of the shaft is about 1 mm if you pull it by the bolt shown in your first photo.It seems to me that the elastic band is in place. The longitudinal backlash of the shaft is about 1 mm if you pull it by the bolt shown in your first photo.

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After adding a washer, the shaft will not move in series again,

But the added gasket cannot be too thick,

It's just added to the place you marked,

 

The stripes that appear are caused by string movement

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The string movement caused by the aging of your original white gasket

If you add a new one like me, the old one needs to be removed, or you add a layer of thickness to the existing gasket to increase its thickness and prevent it from moving in series

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Hello, liwen 3410! 
 

Everything is fine with my printer now. Most likely, I will add a little bit of lubricant once a week. Apparently, the bushings on the head were a little worn out, and on the far side of the motor the head was a little "bitten". If the stripes appear again in the future, I will try to polish the bushings, they seem to be made of copper there. 

What was done in the end:
1. The shaft is fixed so that it does not hang out
2. I washed the positioning tape, it turned white (distilled water + lint-free wipes). A lot of paint has settled on it.
3. Added lubricant 

 

Thank you for your help!

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