Question about HP Officejet 4110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
1. remove the cartridge and check the cartridge no. is it supported or not
2. if its supported then clean the cartridge contact and carriage cartridge contact with clean cloth and then check
3 some time what happen if color carteidge sircuit is gone bad then also this issue is comming so please check with new pair of cartridge
if issue same after done these steps then go to the neareast service center might be carriage pcb or flux cable or logic pca one of these part might be goes faulty
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull out the cartridge and shine a flashlight in and look at the flex circuit. Mine got damaged by the cartridge spring which gets loose. I think this is a common problem caused by a design defect. I am trying to talk to HP about it now.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
SOURCE: cartridge error
hp is not recomanded the rifilled cartridges with printer .
& also printer is not detected refield cratridge as a full or new cartridge please check with new Hp orignal cartridge
it should be working ..................
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Posted on Jun 15, 2008
this happened to me and this is how i solved it. take a pair of plyers and grab the cartridge from the sides and pull. it took a couple of tries and it came right out, intact and the printer resumed working properly.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
If it's a new cartridge one of two possible problems has occured. 1.) The cartidge is not seated fully in the cartridge tray, or 2. when you removed the protective strip from the cartridge a small piece tore off and is stuck to the cartridge. This is a frequent problem. Uder good lighting check for any small stips of clear tape arounf the cartidge nozzels.
In addition, make certain cartifge is fully inserted in tray and locking mechanism is secure.
It sounds surpisingly simple, but I doubt anyone can say it hasn't happened to them at least once.
If it's an old carteidge the nozzel may be clogged. Remove the cartridge an either clean the nozzells with a moist Q-TIP, or dip the entire nozzel section in warm water for a few seconds. Put cartridge back in printer and print a test page. If you cleaned the nozzel with water you may finf you test page smeared with some water, but this will clear up.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
Testimonial: "Great idea I will try it."
May be you can try to perform partial reset by :
Posted on May 13, 2010
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