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Expire dates on ink cartridge

Can you send those pictures on How to get to the battery to fix my expire message problem

glehner@ccpacking.com

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(HP Photosmart 8250)

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  • glehner Nov 18, 2008

    Have no battery problem. Problem is that, as it was explain, removing the battery to get rid of the expired message from ink cartridge (that still have ink in it)

  • glehner Nov 18, 2008

    Expire dates on ink cartridge
    Well, may be my english is not good ! On your web site someone say that we have to remove the battery from the board inside the printer (remove cover and then 3 screws on the board to reach battery) to clear the printer memory to reset the printer for removing the message for changibg ink cartride due to the chip on the ink cartridge. It says he can supply pictures on how to do it.



    Thank

    Georges

  • danarn Feb 04, 2009

    My HP Photosmart 8250 sat unused for awhile, then when I tried to print, it said the cartridges were expired. I've read about a battery to remove...where would I find that on this printer? 
    Thanks!
    Dana

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I've found a site that has the photos for disassembly!

http://hpphotosmart8250.blogspot.com/

Regards,
Louis

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

  • buck1107 Mar 18, 2014

    Update: I did this - removed the battery for a minute, and then returned it to its clip. The printer worked like new. In order to keep from having to take the whole thing apart in the future, de-soldered the battery clip from the circuit board, soldered wires where the clip had gone, and this allowed me to put the battery (in its clip) just under the raise-able hood. Now, if I need to replace the battery, I just raise the hood, and voila!

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Which battery expire. chip charger or other. pl clear.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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    Jayendra Patel Nov 18, 2008

    you must clear which battery you have problem i can help you what u have problem with printer

  • Jayendra Patel
    Jayendra Patel Nov 18, 2008

    pl send me which battery u get problem. i can solve that problem.



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