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Re: Ink spill inside InkJet Printer
Hi, You need to strip it from the top, use normal dish wash soap and hot water. TRy to work around the mechanical parts, this is kind of advance to strip. There's should also be a sponge that you can wash.
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This error indicates the Printhead was unable to tilt normally on its axis. Check for spilled ink around the printhead that prevents it from moving right to left. The printhead could also be stuck to the wiper blade if the printer was turned off during a cleaning cycle. If you turn the x-axis motor does it move the printhead forward and backward? Check the process drive gears for damage and ensure the gears are timed correctly. Check to see if ink has spilled on the head tilt gear train (left side of printhead)
maybe it is not installed properly..by the way where do you purchase your cartridge..is it brand new or just a refill???if that is a refill maybe the sensors are damage..if brand new..check if you have some spilled ink inside...you need to clean it and try to run test using your printer troubleshooter
I'm assuming that you are using an inkjet printer. You need to reset the printer counter, then using the printer software you can set the total numbers of pages or request a warning when the ink levels are at the lowest amount you're prepared to accept. If you have used refillables, you nee to remove them, (unplug printer first) check they are all clean on the outside and not above or below the original ink levels. One final check is to make sure there is no ink spilled anywhere inside the printer. Good Luck
Sorry to hear about the mess. Let's start with the clean up of the ink. Use a dry cloth or paper towel to wipe up the ink that has spilled out of the cartridge. Wipe gently so you don't do any damage to the internal components of your printer. The ink will likely color the inside of your printer - That's okay. Just make sure you get anything that puddles. It should not look wet.
On to the non-moving cartridge carrier. The standard fix for this is to do a hard reset on the printer. Follow these steps.
1. Unplug the power cord and remove the paper from the paper tray. 2. Move the carriage all the way to the right, close the lid and reconnect the power cord. 3. The printer will make some noise as it starts back up. Wait until it stops making noise. 4. Open the printer lid. The carriage should return to its normal position. 5. Try printing again.
If this does not work, then damage has been done to the internal components. You will need to get the printer serviced by a repair person.
there is no option for that but you can try this: Tell the person who repairs your printer to clean your machine with cami cal or any liquid after deassembling it. after that reassemble it.
I think this will help you.