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Not prainting at all.

When I start praintig .Printer run ok. But nothing is printed .changed all new cartridges still the same.HP C-5180

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RETURN TO RETAILER FOR REPLACEMENT.IT WAS UNDER WARRNTY.
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I purchased extra cartridges with printer last year. Just replaced the "black" ink for the first time and printer says it is outdated. Cartridge has been stored in cool dark place and works fine...


Web site: http://www.printerinfo.com/content/HP-HP-Photosmart-5180-Multifunction-Printer-Review/Inks--Toner.htm
Or go to the product 'HP' web site a see if there is a customer support to ask a question.

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I put new ink cartridges in my hp 2575 about ~six months ago and hadn't used the printer since then. I tried to print and it goes through the motion of printing but nothing shows up on the page. The...


The Ink at the head of your Printer Cartridges has dried up.
Try this:

Load some plain paper in the printer

Remove the cartridges from the printer and carefully dab the print heads of the cartridges with a damp paper towel. ( when you start to see ink, the ink is starting to flow).

Replace the cartridges into the printer.

Go to:

Start
Control Panel
Printers
RIGHT click on this printer
choose Printing preferences
services
clean print cartridges 9some papers may print)
follow the instructions and do the heavier cleaning as well

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Hp 5180 ink shows empty and won't print but new cartridges were inctalled.


I don't know whether you received any notations besides low ink levels. I found that when my printer wouldn't print, someone suggested resetting it. I don't remember just how I did this, but you might look into this. I thought I would need to buy a new printer because it said I had a fatal error. Apparantly, if the ink levels are left low for too long, the printer has problems.

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If you may need a new fuse. A lot of laser printers require not only a new cartridge but also a new fuse. Might also be a defective cartridge. Try the old one to see if it works at all.

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My 5180 will not print black. it has a new cartrigde


Your print head is separated from your cartridge. I think that your print head is clogged, and that is why you can't print even with a new cartridge. The cartridge in your case is just a tank with ink, the print head is inside the printer.

You can do a software cleaning to unclog the print head.
  1. Click "Start", then "All Programs", then click on HP and then click on "HP Solution Center"
  2. Click on "Settings"
  3. Click on "Print Settings"
  4. Click "Printer Toolbox"
On the "Device Services" tab, click Clean the Print Cartridges and then follow the onscreen instructions. There are three levels of cleaning available, depending on how long you haven't print.

When the printer is done, it should print a test page. If everything seems ok, just print. If not, you will need to repeat the procedure.
You should also know that software cleaning uses a lot of ink.

Hope that will help solve your problem!

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in task bar right click icon
it will say something like solutions mainenance
double click in this page maintenance or trouble shooting go to change print cartridge and you should have a ? that asks if the ink is new click yes
if you cannot acces by icon then open printer folder in c/program files and right click printer then properties
you just do it as if your installing new cartridges

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This very simple solution works on my Business Inkjet 1100.
1) Turn the printer off, then back on, to clear the error.
2) Set your computer's clock back to a date prior to the cartridge expiry date.
3) Print something, (any documents will do).
4) Set your computer's clock forward to the correct date and the printer should still print, and ignore the expired cartridges.
My 1100 re-checks the cartridges and dates occasionally, but not frequently (it has been about two months between checks) so you might need to repeat this process every two months or so until you have used up your expired cartridges.

This solution is much easier than dismantling the printer and changing/removing wires!

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are you using only that size paper when printing. if there's another size underneath, then you're going to see some slippage.

got fresh printer drivers?

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