Question about Dell 926 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I found a 14" long thin strip of plastic at the bottom of my printer, a CanonMultiPASS F80, underneath the print cartridges. There are small cutout holes at each end, one square, the other rectangular. The first set of numbers on it are : QA4-0572-OOT, second line 04/02/cav.027 then PWB-RUHLATEC. Could you tell me where this goes? The printer had been working fine, I had just replaced a couple ink cartridges when I noticed this plastic strip. It now doesn't work and the display says "cartridge jammed". I searched for some help on Canon's site and on the internet, but found nothing. Please advise. Thank you very much. Scott K Lowe firstname.lastname@example.org my son reached into the printer and pulled the mysterious plastic strip out of an all-in-one Dell 926. The writing on the strip is Ruhlatec which I believe is a plastic encoder of some sort. I can't find where it attaches but my printer is no longer working either.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Small thin film fell out
Try to cut off a thin plastic strip. just try to copy that. it basically guides the cartridge on where to print. also i remember that it should have a spring connected to the holes.
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
i want to know how many contanners the printer users.
i don't have this type of printer, but this is waht you are going to do. take one of the empty cartridge and scratch the nuzul on a what peace of paper. this in most cases will give you small lines which you can use to identify the colour.
if you can do this it will help you
go to a shop with the printer number, where they sell printer cartridges. Tell them you want one of the cartridges, if they have take a close look at them and tell you will came back later but ask them how you will know the black ink since you want to buy that one.
in this way you can identify the two
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
This is a "carriage timing belt" or in tech term's an "encoder strip". It reads the cartridge carriage when it moves left to right for positioning. Is either of the ends split or broken? If so, you are out of luck trying to reinstall it. I would recommend replacing your printer since this isn't a very expensive one. Just find a electronic waste disposal facility (or local E-waster drive at your nearest school, etc) or check with your city or state and find out where you can drop it off. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Go to this webpage: http://www.ldproducts.com/Dell-Ink,Photo-all-in-one,926,Ink-Cartridge,3234,printer.html Click on the links for InTec Refill Kit for Dell MW175 Black and InTec Refill Kit for Dell MW174 Color. Scroll down to Specifications and click on the Instruction Video link for each. That should help some.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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