I have 3 l360 printers and they have all developed a strange banding noticeable in all colors. It starts from the right side as you look at the printer and repeats on a regular interval but the interval is different on each of the 3 printers. The longer the print the worse it gets. I feel like the techs and I have tried everything. I will attach some pics and would love ANY Help. THANK YOU
If not done yet, I suggest to try cleaning the printhead. If the issue is still happening, you will need to contact HP support.
It seems to me that something is not fiscally aligned properly, maybe there is a tension issue while rolling the material. Do you have a tension bar? How much weight are you buying the banner rolls?
#1 Hi @ballyhoo,
With this model 360 the problem is common, probably hardware entirely, but so far there is no specific answer despite many topics on this issue ... The problem is mostly in light blue and green prints and in most cases is due to one lm / lc head while others are 2. Therefore, this one wears out faster than others, does not reach enough ink and is wiped every time it is cleaned by maintenance cartridge. Remedies so far - often shaking ink cartridges before long prints, use color bars on the both sides of printed image if possible, clean printheas carefully and check if some of them has to be replaced if not printing straight but spraying ink over or just clogged (mostly you can find this effect when printing wide color bars)... Check the other forum topics like:
#1 There are Many reasons for colors to produce a banding in the print. You can try a few different scenarios, but here is what I have found helps.
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