Question about HP OfficeJet K80 All-In-One InkJet Printer
K80 all in One Printer posts "Remove and check black cartridge". I have been able to make that go away sometimes and it is replaced with "Remove and check color cartridge"
I have a number of hp printers. All are all in ones. It has been my experience that sometimes any of them can give you a false mess on the screen. For my printers the ink used are #23, #15, #78, #45. Any of them either new, compatible, or refilled can be misread. My only suggestion is to ignore the mess, and either make 1 copy manually, or from the tower to see if the misread really is a misread or if the cartridge really is either damaged in some way or is the wrong one. Or you can run the alignment page. In either case the result will be either acceptable or not. Also there are many other hp printers that use the same #s, the 900 seires in fact. The 600 and 700 series use a combination of the #23 and #15, The v40 series also use the #78 and #15. These can be found in second hand stores or the national chain GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, similar but not related to SALVATION ARMY. I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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