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Housing removal How do you remove the housing.I've got black ink coming out of the bottom of the printer.

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If your printer is leaking ink it is most likely that the ink pads are full because the machine has been reset without replacing them. You should contact The Service Manual Shop and get a rescue kit for machine. This will include a service manual to help you pull the machine apart and also has details of how to clean the pads and reset the counter. http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com

Posted on Jun 16, 2007

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Cannot find where and how to replace ink cartridges


hi,
  • You have to lift the access panel on top of the printer to view the cartridges at the opening.
  • Press down the top of each cartridge housing to expose them.
  • Turn off the printer.
  • Remove them from the housing.
  • Take the new cartridges and remove the orange tape on top/bottom.
  • Fit the cartridges into their housing such that the words on their top are facing the front of the printer.
  • Close the housing.
  • Press down the access panel to close it.
  • Turn on the printer now.
  • Insert a few papers into the paper tray for the printer to align the cartridges.
  • After the prints,align the cartridges by selecting the clean and align option on properties on the printers program.

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I need to know how to remove the ink cartridges


Hello,
First of all,

1.Turn on the printer. Open the main lid or hatch. Printers come in many shapes and sizes. Look for the main compartment where you think the ink cartridges might be. If you need help, consult the manufacturer's webpage

Step 2 Press the lever to open the cartridge housing. Many but not all cartridges are encased in a cartridge housing.

Step 3 Pull on the cartridge slowly, in an up-and/or-down and outward way. It shouldn't take much effort. If there is a problem removing the cartridge, consult the manufacturer. Do not try to pry or force it out, as this might damage your printer.

Step 4 Repeat step 3 for every cartridge you need to remove. Some printers have one black and multiple color ink cartridges, while some have one black and one multi-color cartridge.

Step 5 Shut the hatch and or lid, and turn off the printer.
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What ink cartridges does a canon mp520 take? currently using 5 PGBK black, have been told I can use 8 black, but don't know how to install it


Your printer uses 4 cartridges: PGI-5 Black and CLI-8 (Cyan/Magenta/Yellow). Unless you have a slot for a fifth cartridge, CLI-8BK cannot be used in your printer.


As for installing new cartridges:
  1. Turn your printer on.Open the printer's lid. The printer will automatically move the ink cartridges to the center of the opening.
  2. Unplug the printer's power supply cord from the electrical outlet to avoid the risk of an electrical shock.
  3. Remove the printer cartridges by first pressing down on the top of each cartridge housing. Pressing down on the cartridge housings will cause the top of each housing to automatically lift up, thereby exposing the cartridges. Lift the cartridges out of each cartridge housing to remove them.
  4. Install the replacement ink cartridges by first removing the orange safety tape located on either the top or the bottom of each cartridge, depending on the particular type of cartridge. The safety tape ensures that the cartridges do not leak ink before being installed. To remove the tape, simply pull the orange tab on the end of each piece of tape away from each cartridge. Position each cartridge into its cartridge housing so that the printed words on top of the each cartridge faces towards the front of the printer, then close the tops of the cartridge housings.
  5. Plug the printer's power cord into an electrical outlet, then close the access panel by pressing down on the panel.
  6. Turn the printer on and allow the printer a few minutes to recognize the new cartridges, then insert at least three pieces of paper into the paper tray, which the printer will require to align the cartridges.
  7. Align the new cartridges by selecting either the "Clean and Align" or the "Cartridge Alignment" option, depending on the particular printer model. Some Canon models require the user to align the cartridges through the printer's software program. Select the "Print Properties" option in the printer's program, then select the "Clean and Align" option. The printer will produce several printed pages to confirm that the cartridges have been aligned. Other Canon models allow the user to align the cartridges directly from the printer. These printers features a display screen on the printer. Press the "Menu" button on the display, then use the arrow keys to select "Settings." Press the "OK" button, then use the arrow keys to highlight "Maintenance." Press the "OK" button, then use the arrow keys to highlight "Manual Head Align." Press the "OK" button, then use the arrow keys to highlight "Yes." Press the "OK" button one final time, then allow the printer to produce the printed pages confirming that the cartridges have been aligned.

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Fails to print black at all


you need to do two types of cleanups one by the softwar5e and selecting self-cleaning and alignment and the second by hand and that by taking both inks out and using a clean dry cloth to clean around the ink cartridges and make sure that the vent hole is clear and no stiker5s on the housing after that with a clean cotton swaps clean the inside housing in the printer and install the inks again starting with the black making sure that the ink is placed good in the housing and close the door good and run the alignment, and let me know how that worked.
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HOW DO YOU REMOVE THE INK CARTRIDGE WITHOUT DAMAGING THE MACHINE?


  1. Turn on the printer. Open the main lid or hatch. Printers come in many shapes and sizes. Look for the main compartment where you think the ink cartridges might be. If you need help, consult the manufacturer's webpage (See resources for popular printer manufacturers.)
  2. Press the lever to open the cartridge housing. Many but not all cartridges are encased in a cartridge housing.
  3. Pull on the cartridge slowly, in an up-and/or-down and outward way. It shouldn't take much effort. If there is a problem removing the cartridge, consult the manufacturer. Do not try to pry or force it out, as this might damage your printer.
  4. Repeat step 3 for every cartridge you need to remove. Some printers have one black and multiple color ink cartridges, while some have one black and one multi-color cartridge.
  5. Shut the hatch and or lid, and turn off the printer.

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Xerox Work Centre 7132 - when printing colour it is un-even ie; the top section of the page is faded but the bottom end is as it should be. Have removed & shaken all the colour barrels but it is still...


You have a bad developer housing . Most likely the magenta.
The developer housings have a tendency to have the screws inside the housing come loose and spew out the developer. That leaves an inadequate brush to apply the ink to the drum to make the correct copy.
You will need to have a technician come in, determine which housing is bad, order then replace that housing. It is a common problem on the 7132.

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Only black cartridge empty, but 3 full color crtrige say empty


Remove the color cartridges. On one end you can see the opaque
ink tank inside the main cart. housing. Cut a piece of black electrical
tape to fit around the three sides visible of the ink tank. Make sure the tape fits inside the housing and adheres to the tank itself. This makes the printer think your ink is always full but you can always tell when you need to refill/replace the ink(right?). Good Luck!

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Hi,
when you pop the two clips on top the housing top comes loose to clear it out and remove it to get the filter out you'll also have to loosen the support bar(black that braces the front raditor asmbly to the fender to move it aside so the housing top can clear.

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Probably a clogged nozzle.
  1. Remove the black ink.
  2. Get a cotton swab and dip it in alcohol
  3. Rub the base of the housing that the cartridge mounts in in a circular motion. Do not apply heavy pressure!!
  4. Check the bottom of the cartridge for globs of ink. If there are any you may need to wipe the cartridge across a napkin or paper towel.
  5. Reinstall and try again.

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