User manual HP DESIGNJET 500PS

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[. . . ] Introduction Media & Ink Solutions Front Panel Printer Options Front View of Printer Other Index Printer Connections Using this Guide Introducing Your HP DesignJet 500PS Printer Introduction This User's Reference Guide explains how to use your D/A1 size or A0+/E+ size HP DesignJet 500PS Printer. The Introduction Tab contains these topics: · Using this Guide Contains information on how to use this guide. There is an explanation of when you should use it and what each of the navigation buttons do when you click on them. Introducing Your HP DesignJet 500PS Printer Contains a brief overview of the printer. [. . . ] Reload the paper as normal (see Loading Roll Media or Loading Sheet Media). If you are using roll paper you may need to trim the edge first, to ensure that it is straight. NOTE: If there is still paper left in the paper path, try loading a sheet of stiff or rigid paper into the printer, such as heavy coated or matte film; this will help to force out any paper jammed in the paper path. 13. If the cutter seems to be causing the problem, check in Paper Types that the type of paper is supported by the Cutter Off. Try disabling the cutter from the front panel; use You are strongly recommended to align the printheads (see Printhead Alignment) after clearing a paper jam, as the problem may have caused the printheads to be misaligned. Back . . . Media Problems Introduction Solving Problems Media & Ink Image Quality Problems Solutions Ink Supply Problems Front Panel Printer Options Image Error Other Other Problems Index Getting Help Ink Marks on the Media · · · · Warped Lines Blurred Lines (Ink "Bleeds" from Lines) Marks or Scratches on Glossy Paper after Printing Smears or Scratching on Your Printed Media Media Problems Introduction Solving Problems Media & Ink Image Quality Problems Solutions Ink Supply Problems Front Panel Printer Options Image Error Other Other Problems Index Getting Help Warped Lines · · · The media itself may be warped. This can happen if it has been used or not been stored in the correct environmental conditions. For all environmental specifications, see Enviromental Specifications. Perhaps you have adjusted the drying time in the front-panel menu to speed up the printer output. Set "Drying time" to "Automatic". Blurred Lines (Ink "Bleeds" from Lines) For details of drying time adjustments, see Ink System. Marks or Scratches on Glossy Paper after Printing Glossy paper may be extremely sensitive to the bin or anything that it comes into contact with directly after printing. This will depend on the amount of ink printed and the environmental conditions that are present at the time of printing. Avoid any contact with the paper and handle the print with care until quite some time has elapsed. NOTE: Included with HP media is a book "Printer Tips" that includes a section on troubleshooting paper problems. Media Problems Introduction Solving Problems Media & Ink Image Quality Problems Solutions Ink Supply Problems Front Panel Printer Options Image Error Other Other Problems Index Getting Help Smears or Scratching on Your Printed Media This problem can appear on paper-based coated media if a lot of ink is printed quickly. As the printheads move over the media, the printheads and the media come into contact with each other and the printed image is smeared. Press the Cancel key on the front panel; if you continue to print, the paper may damage the printheads. In order to obtain better results perform the following: · Use HP recommended media. If the image you are printing has intense color, use HP Heavy Coated Paper. · Try to increase the print margins by relocating the image in the page from your software applications. If the above fails to solve the problem of smears and scratching, change the media you are using to a non-paper based media such as HP Clear film. Media Problems Introduction Solving Problems Media & Ink Image Quality Problems Solutions Ink Supply Problems Front Panel Printer Options Image Error Other Other Problems Index Getting Help Media Loading Problems The front panel keeps indicating that media is misaligned or incorrectly positioned. Roll media · · · · The roll media may be loaded the wrong way. The paper should load over the roll towards you, see Loading Roll Media. The right-hand edge must be parallel to the blue line on the front media deflector. Check that the paper is correctly loaded onto the spindle, see Installing a New Roll on the Printer. Sheet media · · · · The sheet media must be loaded with the right-hand edge against the blue line on the printer platen and the front edge against the blue line just after the pinch rollers, see Loading Sheet Media. If you are using hand-cut media, the edges may not form a right-angle or they may be rough. If the media is curled with the curl up it will be very difficult to load. It is easier to load it with the curl down Media Problems Introduction Solving Problems Media & Ink Image Quality Problems Solutions Ink Supply Problems Front Panel Printer Options Image Error Other Other Problems Index Getting Help Media Output Problems Prints Fall on the Floor After Being Cut · · · Make sure the media bin is open. [. . . ] A value or condition that is assumed if no other value or condition is specified. Dots per inch, a measure of print resolution. For More Terms, click on the Next Page Icon CMYK Coated paper default device dpi Care of the Printer Installing Expansion Cards Ordering Accessories Glossary Introduction Media & Ink Solutions Front Panel Specifications Printer Options Other Index Term drivers front panel front panel menus graphics language grayscale high-gloss photo HP-GL/2 I/O Input/ output IEEE-1284 Meaning Software that controls the communication between a computer and a device. A programming language telling a print device how to output graphic data. One of Hewlett-Packard's standard graphics languages for plotters and printers. [. . . ]

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