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Can I replace the PSC2210 print cartridge hold down lever?

The black ink cartridge hold down lever broke on a PSC2210. I've used duct tape to try to hold the cartridge in the carriage, and duct tape on the spring end of the broken lever. I still get an error for the print cartridge. Any suggestions?

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  • pieczko_mike Nov 26, 2008

    Thank you Bappa. I didn't see those parts available, do they need to come from another printer?

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The entire unit which holds the cartridge needs to be replaced. get it dont by some local tech shop.

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Posted on Nov 26, 2008

  • Indrajit Roy
    Indrajit Roy Nov 26, 2008

    You can contact some local tech shop. At time they keep those parts from old printer for future use. You can also contact HP for the same.



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