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Kyle D Jackson

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HP Z3100 / Z3200 - Printhead "Recovery Level"
« on: February 11, 2024, 03:29:21 pm »

Hi all, the HP Z3100 / Z3200 printers (and probably other Z-series) show a "Recovery Level" value for each printhead. Can be seen in the onboard Info menu, or via web software interface. Values seem to be like 3, 4, etc. Does anyone here know what they mean, and what is a "good" vs "bad" value? Just trying to translate it into useful info for maintenance. Google came up empty, and saw only one old thread on here that didn't know either.

I wonder if it's the level of active nozzle correction that the machine is using on the printhead to compensate for clogs? 4 is the highest value I've seen but I don't know if that's the good or bad end of the scale.

Kyle D Jackson
Ottawa, Canada
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