Thanks for responding. The cleaning station is spotless and so are the parking caps. There is a lot of fluid collecting on the HP11 print head (tested with several new print heads, and same issue). I am not sure if it is a high fluid flow issue or humidity. The humidity in the build space is 20-30%, but in the room around 50-70%. It has been raining a lot for the past 2-3 months in Colorado (which is when the problem first started).
Hard to tell in the photo, but liquid builds up on the print head which prevents it from jetting or the liquid collects powder and clogs. I pulled this out in between layers of a test build.
In the meantime, I made a temporary solution. I replaced the rubber parking pad with a felt pad so it could wick and dry off the HP11 print head each printed layer. It actually worked really well but would like to solve the problem and not have this janky setup.
I also got a dehumidifier for the room and going to see what that does.
I’ve put several brand new print heads and the pogo cable is actually brand new (only 4-5 months old), and I have checked the pogo cable for any damage.