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This type of cartridge has the printing head in them - the possibility that all 3 ones are clogged is extremely low. If you get a bad printing with them it's because the heads are incorrectly commanded - either the pin array that transfer the command is damaged and they will have to be cleaned and fixed or the processor of the printer is dead, and the printer with it.
If the printer accepts the commands from the pc and acts like it is printing, but no ink appears on the page, it probably means that the ink has run out and the cartridges are not supported by the printer, ie, refilled cartridges. If the cartridges are relatively new and are HP cartridges, the problem might be with alignment of the printer, but that is not likely. The most likely is that the cartridges are bad and new ones are needed. In either event it is probably too expensive relative to the cost of a new printer to try to fix this one because if the cartridges are not bad, you risk wasting the money buying new ones when the printer repair is not cost effective. One thing you might check is that the paper path is clear so that when the paper is fed through it does not get held away from the print head. Also check that the paper is following the correct path as it is printing. In any event, these printers are not expensive enough to spend much time trying to repair them.
Hey Try to take the cartridges out and clean the cartridges and cartridge holder with damp clothe now shake the cartrdges and clean it agaian with damp cloth put the cartridges back in and see if it works
its the problem in the main board of the printer that has shorted out the new colour and black cartridge in your printer which you installed.or may be one out of them.it happens some time.so you will have replace the cartridges 1 by 1 with new cartridge and check out.if still the problem then replace the board.that costs $12 plus shipping.
mostly the cartridges have shorted out and replacing the cartridges will solve.
You have either a clogged colour print head or a non-functioning print cartridge (only one colour working). If the printer has separate cartridges for different colours (and black) you can do a partial swap, replacing the ones that have failed, but start by running the command CLEAN PRINT HEADS from the printer options or controller panel, and watch for the quality to improve. You may have to clean the heads two or three times. If no change in the quality after two flushes, replace the cartridges with new ones.