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[. . . ] C4699-90031 English User's Guide HP DesignJet 330 and 350C Plotters Finding information This User's Guide for the HP DesignJet 330 and 350C plotters contains the following types of information: setup use maintenance troubleshooting reference material. To help with finding specific information, a comprehensive table of contents is provided at the front and an alphabetical index is provided at the back. You will notice the use of symbols in the left margin and shaded backgrounds to the text. These are used to identify different types of information as follows: 330 350C Information specific only to the HP DesignJet 330 is shown like this. Information specific only to the HP DesignJet 350C is shown like this. All other information is applicable to both plotters. [. . . ] Any plot that was in the plotter's memory before you printed the Black Cartridge Alignment Sheet has been lost and so, to print it, you must resend it. 5­6 Special internal plots Using the Color Cartridge Test Sheet 350C Using the Color Cartridge Test Sheet Some of the circumstances in which it is useful to use the Color Cartridge Test Sheet are explained in chapter 9, "Troubleshooting". It achieves two objectives: It tells you which cartridge, if any, is not performing correctly. It lets you check the alignment of the four cartridges to each other and, if necessary, adjust it. 1 Load a sheet of A-size or A4-size plain paper, in portrait orientation. Make sure you have selected Plain as the media type on the front panel (see page 2­3). For this plot, the plotter sets the print quality level automatically. Plot will be on underside. 1750 For help on how to load a sheet, either refer to the pictures on the right-hand side of the plotter's media-entry slot, or see the section starting on page 2­9. Note that you cannot print the Color Cartridge Test Sheet on roll media. To load a sheet with the the roll-feed option installed, see page 2­26. 5­7 5 INTERNAL PLOTS Special internal plots Using the Color Cartridge Test Sheet 2 When you have correctly loaded the sheet (when the Ready light is on and steady), press the Continue Plotting keys simultaneously. An example is shown on page 5­9. Form Continue Feed + Plotting 3 When the Load Media light comes on (not flashing), the plot is finished. Notice that there are two parts, related to two quite distinct tasks: The part headed To check the nozzles lets you see if any of the cartridges is not printing correctly. It is to be used when cleaning the nozzles (priming) ­ see page 7­7. Some examples of the patterns when a cartridge is not printing correctly are shown here: White streak 1002 White gaps 5­8 Special internal plots Using the Color Cartridge Test Sheet HP DesignJet 350C Color Cartridge Test Sheet To check the nozzles Examine the patterns below. If any color has gaps or streaks, then that cartridge is either out of ink or needs priming (see User's Guide). To check the cartridge alignment 1 2 In each of the six boxes below, look for the best pair of lines. Jagged lines = bad If the current setting is not the best pair, change it by filling in the oval above the best pair. Straight lines = good Current Pencil or black pen Best 3 If you changed any setting, reload the sheet as shown here. a Setup b Ready 5­9 5 INTERNAL PLOTS Special internal plots Using the Color Cartridge Test Sheet The part headed To check the cartridge alignment lets you check and, if necessary, adjust the alignment between the cartridges, in response to a print quality problem ­ see page 9­12. You don't need to use both parts of the Color Cartridge Test Sheet each time you print it. Notice that, if you change any of the settings on the sheet (by marking an oval different from the currently selected ones), you must reload it, as as explained in steps 5 through 7, for the plotter to readjust itself. 5 Having marked the appropriate ovals, reverse the sheet as indicated, and reload it. Setup The plotter now reads your marks and adjusts itself automatically. Ready 7 When the Load Media light comes on again, remove the sheet and make sure that the plotter has marked your selections with a check mark. Three important points concerning the Color Cartridge Test Procedure: Always use the Color Cartridge Test Sheet immediately after printing it. Any plot that was in the plotter's memory before you printed the Color Cartridge Test Sheet has been lost and so, to print it, you must resend it. 5­10 6 To see the current configuration of the plotter 6­2 To change the serial interface settings 6­3 To change the graphics language setting for less common applications 6­3 To change the I/O timeout setting 6­4 To upgrade your plotter with more memory 6­4 To upgrade your plotter with a network interface 6­5 To upgrade the HP DesignJet 330 plotter with color 6­5 RECONFIG­ URATION Reconfiguring your plotter 6­1 6 Reconfiguring the plotter To see the current configuration of the plotter To see the current configuration of the plotter To see the current configuration of your plotter, print the Setup Sheet, as explained from page 1­19. Those items on the Setup Sheet which you may change are listed on page 1­22, together with their defaults. [. . . ] margin The space around the page added by the plotter to separate one page from another and to avoid printing right to the edge of the media. media deflector The metal part situated between the optional E/A0-size legs, to stop the largest media sizes touching the floor. A set of logical pens defined by color and RTL One of Hewlett-Packard's standard graphics languages for plotters and printers. ROM SIMM A physical module containing read-only data, that can be installed in the back of the plotter to provide upgrades. [. . . ]

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