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Re: HP 1320 will not print
what about the ink levels...open the backdoor of the machine and check for any obstacle....disconnect all the cables..press and hold down the power button for 30 sec..reconnect all cables..try again...try connecting the machine directly to the walljack.
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HP Business Inkjet 1100 stops everytime after the first line stars to print. The power is one, the ink drop light is lit, the "yellow" indicator light also on, and the paper light all on. None of them blinking. We replaced the yellow cartridge with a brand new HP 11 yellow cartridge. Turned the printer off and on to reset. Printer comes on everything looks good till you try to print anything, even a on line word doc? Then it happens again, so we replaced the yellow again...same thing. We ever cleaned print heads, Any assistance would be welcomed?
I also started having problems with my HP 870Cse when I began using refilled cartridges and had ink leakage (cartridge contacts corrupted). Check for this problem. If so, remove cartridges and gently clean the spillage. Then try using HP brand cartridges and see if this doesn't remedy the problem.
There actually was a misfed sheet, hidden at the very bottom of the lower hinged back panel. The reason it was misfed was that this panel had somehow gone off one of its hinges. Ironically I did not discover the misfed sheet until I had taken the printer down from its shelf and turned it over to read the serial number to the extended warranty tech support guy.
Moral: Open every panel carefully, check for misalignment. These printers have flimsy plastic parts.