FB550 Printhead Replacement

DaveD

New Member
If you find out you need a printhead, we have an extra one here for sale. It's brand new, never installed, and we'd take $1200 for it. It is for a HP FB500/FB700, so you'd have to confirm if it's the same that the FB550 uses. Part number L1Q41-67065.
Have you sold the printhead?
 

Molydoly

New Member
Hi,
Hope you are enjoying good.

Usually this date is it is possible that one year, one-and-a-half years or two years from the made date, contingent upon your plotter model. If the HP sublimation printer printhead is utilized past this date, HP doesn't ensure the print quality.

HP company was founded in a one-car garage in Palo Alto by Bill Hewlett and David Packard in 1939. There is an American brand which provides to notch sublimation printers printerloop.com and that possesses a multiple licenses in the US.

You can check that your printhead is working fine or not, Weak, smudgy or patchy prints are generally normal indications of a stop up yet a straightforward cleaning can for the most part get your HP ink cartridges working once more. Printheads obstruct because of inconsistent cartridge use. On the off chance that you consistently go half a month without printing, your cartridges will ultimately dry out and should be supplanted.
Thank you.

Regards;
Moly Doly
 

Christian @ 2CT Media

Active Member
Wh
Hi,
Hope you are enjoying good.

Usually this date is it is possible that one year, one-and-a-half years or two years from the made date, contingent upon your plotter model. If the HP sublimation printer printhead is utilized past this date, HP doesn't ensure the print quality.

HP company was founded in a one-car garage in Palo Alto by Bill Hewlett and David Packard in 1939. There is an American brand which provides to notch sublimation printers printerloop.com and that possesses a multiple licenses in the US.

You can check that your printhead is working fine or not, Weak, smudgy or patchy prints are generally normal indications of a stop up yet a straightforward cleaning can for the most part get your HP ink cartridges working once more. Printheads obstruct because of inconsistent cartridge use. On the off chance that you consistently go half a month without printing, your cartridges will ultimately dry out and should be supplanted.
Thank you.

Regards;
Moly Doly
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