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On an hp psc 2210I get message: "REMOVE AND CHECK CARTRIGE": I follow instructions,remove cartriges one at a time, inspect, can't see any dirt, clean with cotton swab anyway the replace. Unit starts to Initialize and then comes up with same message. Cant' get at serial number in display window by pressing Select and Start because the other message willnot disappear. - I just replaced the color cartridge about 75 copies ago.

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SOURCE: Message: Remove and check print cartridges

Hi Natalia,

Please click on the web link given below and perform the steps as provided in the web page to fix the issue.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00054461&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=303753


Perform the steps carefully.
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SOURCE: Check Printer Cartrige

my printer is
HP PSC 1410 ALL IN ONE PRINTER

ERROR MESSAGE

1. CHECK PRINT CARTRIDGES

I AM REMOVE THE OLD CARTRIDGES

THEN NEW ADDED 21,22 CARTRIDGES
THEN NEXT ERROR MESSAGE

CHECK PRINT CARTRIDGES

HOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEMS

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SOURCE: HP G85 All says remove and check color cartridge and prints only green/blue color

This is a known issue on this machine. What I do is open the printer as if replacing the cartridge and allow the cartridge holder to move to the exchange position. Then I unplug the power cable from the back and close the printer again. Keeping your finger on the power button, plug in the power cable again. Keep the button pressed for about 10 seconds, allowing the error flag to reset. Switch on again and wait for the initialise to finsh. It sometimes takes another 5 minutes for the message to disappear but it should go eventually.

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