Q6718-67020 Designjet Z3200 Formatter Board & HDD
HP Designjet Z3200 Formatter Board and SATA Hard Disk Drive
Q6718-67020, Q6718-60047, Q5670-60021, CK837-67026
This the direct replacement part the SATA type hard disk drive formatter. This formatter and HDD works with all versions of the Designjet Z3200 plotters (including PostScript).
- Newest Firmware TR12-RB_126.96.36.199
- Truly Plug & Play Repair - No tools or setup needed
- Formatter works in the 24" and 44" Designjet Z3200
- Prepaid Return Shipping Label
- 12 Month Warranty
- Same Day Shipping from USA
Please note: Used formatters and Hard Disk Drives will not work in the Z3200 printer. When the formatter is installed, the software on the HDD takes on the ID and password from the plotter and cannot be transferred to another Designjet Z3200.
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Been having trouble with my Z3200 for a long time (it would not start).
Thanks to the excellent advice of Tim and the components delivered, my Z3200 is working as it should.
Smooth transaction and really quick delivery, even though I am in Europe.
I received my formatter board in a very timely manner...Works great...Thanks
Great products and over the top customer service before and after a purchase.
excellent attention and fast. I will buy again
My z3200 quit and would just beep three times when plugged in. I first tried a new hard drive, but that didn't fix it. Second try was the formatter and that brought the printer back to life. LPS gave me a full refund on the hard drive which was very nice. I really like that LPS starts with the presumption that the customer actually has a brain. Such a change from all those places that start with a script that you have to follow for hours to prove absolutely nothing. One note on installing a new formatter. The formatter has the Ethernet connection and the card will have a new MAC address so your router or other DHCP server will give it a new IP address. The HP Utility then gets confused. I had to delete the driver and the HP Utility and reload both to get my computer to recognize the "new" printer. Nothing wrong with the formatter, just cranky HP software.