Question about Lexmark Printers & Copiers
How to Clean the Contacts on the Cartridge Carrier
Power the printer/All-In-One off and unplug the power cable from the outlet.
2 Open the printer/All-In-One lid so that the cartridge carrier can be accessed.
3 Gently move the cartridge carrier into a position where cartridges can be removed.
4 Remove the print cartridges. (For information on cleaning the cartridge contacts, click here.)
5 Using a dry, clean cloth wipe the carrier contacts gently from top to bottom.
6 Repeat Step 5 for the other cartridge slot (if applicable).
7 Reinsert the cartridges, slide the cartridge carrier to its original position, and close the printer/All-In-One lid.
8 Plug the printer/All-In-One back into the power outlet and power it back on.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Have you tried replacing the ink cartridges? If not I would suggest trying that. If you have replaced them, I would suggest running the program that came with your printer to align and clean cartridges. Since the model wasn't listed you will need to refer to your manual to find information on those options.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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