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I have put in new cartridges but not in the correct slots. I have color in the black and color in black. I am not able to remove them to correct my error. HP PSC 1400 All-in-One series

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  • watersmarily Nov 26, 2008

    clarification of problem posted by watersmarily - when i open the cartridge door the cartridge moves to the center shere it is supposed to do.

  • watersmarily Nov 26, 2008

    they seem to be jammed. I can push them down but cannot pull them out

    watersmarily

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    Debs May 11, 2010

    you should be able to push the cartridges down, towards you and out. Are they jammed???

  • Debs
    Debs May 11, 2010

    what happens when you open the cartridge door, to move the carriage?

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Okay, try to push them down and out at the same time but use a little force. If this does not work, push them down, up, down, up, down and out as quick as you can and see if this helps

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