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HP D135 printed lines are angled slightly downwards left-to-right

Just recently, I noticed that the printed lines are no longer perpendicular to the paper side. The printed lines drift downwards a bit as if the print head is moving across the paper while the paper is moving before the printed line is completed. Tried alignment diagnostics etc with no luck. It's not worth a repair charge and am hoping for something I can correct myself.

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  • twobells Jan 01, 2009

    Went to HP support website and will clean the 4 rollers as suggested. Will let you know if it helps.

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Twobells i have almost the same problem with the hp photosmart c4599 i have had no luck either

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Hello,

Things you will need.
Needle nose pliers.
Paper towels
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Disposable plastic tray about 6x9 or thereabouts.
Plenty of ventilation, outside if need be.

a. With the printer on, open this lid as if to change cartridges.

b. Turn Printer off. Unplug the printer. Unattach the communication cable. You will be moving it to a work area with excellent ventilation, such as outside.

c. At the far right where the the cartridges normally park themselves when not printing you will see a platform with rectangular compartments. When the cartridges park, this platform rises, seals off the nozzle area and captures any leaking ink, which till happens today.

d. Examine the platform with your flashlight and you will see what looks like sponges in the compartments. This material with holes in it, like a sponge, is plastic.Put on your gloves.

e. Place a paper towel folded over on itself underneath this platform as best you can to catch any spilling ink.

f. Use paper towels soaked in alcohol slightly and your needle nose pliers to push
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g. This will take quite a long time and plenty of paper towels and patience. So be
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h. At some point the sponge material, itself, may become dislodged and loose.

When you witness this, go ahead and remove it carefully using your needle nose
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i When you have one or both, if needed or more sponges removed and in the tray,
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i. Use a paper towel damp with alcohol and your pliers to clean out the compartment and its sides as best you can.

j. When you have completed these tasks allow the compartments and sponges to dry.

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l. Nearly done; take a towel wet with alcohol and hold it very gently against the bottom of the ink cartridge until ink flows freely onto the paper towel. If its stubborn, knock

the cartridge gently but sharply against a hard surface with the alcohol soaked towel held against the nozzle area.

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l. Return the printer to its working location, attach power, attache the comm cable and with the lid closed apply power.

m. Run your printer through its normal setup routine, deep clean the print heads, run a nozzle check and finally do a print head alignment.

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How do i change the cartridges of hp psc 1215


1. Turn on the unit, then open the print cartridge access door by lowering the handle. -- The print carriage moves to the center of the unit.ionstorm_0.jpg

2. After the carriage stops moving, push down on the print cartridge to release it, and then toward you out of its slot.
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3. Remove the new print cartridge from its packaging and, being careful to touch only the bright pink plastic tab, gently remove the plastic tape to uncover the ink nozzles.
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Caution! Do not touch the copper contacts or ink nozzles.

Once you have removed the plastic tape, install the print cartridge immediately to prevent the ink from drying in the nozzles.

4. Push the new print cartridge into the appropriate slot at a slight angle until it clicks into place.
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Do not attempt to push the cartridge straight into the slot. It must slide in at a slight angle.
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The tri-color print cartridge goes on the left and the black cartridge goes on the right.
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5. Close the print cartridge access door.

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How do i change the cartridge


See below: Also is a link the the manual for your unit the maunal has pictures: Page 62 of the manual list the procedure. (page 72 in the adobe file)

Manual

1 Turn on the HP Officejet, and then lift open the print-carriage access door.

The print carriage moves into view.

2 After the carriage stops moving, push down on the top of the print

cartridge to release it, and then pull it toward you out of its slot.

Note: It is normal to see ink buildup in the print cartridge slots.

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3 Remove the new print cartridge from its packaging and, being careful to

touch only the black plastic, gently remove the pink tape by using the pull

tab.

Caution! Do not touch the copper contacts or ink nozzles.

Once you have removed the plastic tape, install the print cartridge

immediately to prevent the ink from drying in the nozzles.

4 Hold the black print cartridge with the HP label on top. Slide the print

cartridge at a slight angle into the right side of the print carriage.

Press firmly until the print cartridge snaps into place.

Caution! Do not attempt to push the cartridge straight into the slot.

It must slide in at a slight angle.

5 Hold the tri-color print cartridge with the HP label on top. Slide the print

cartridge at a slight angle into the left side of the print carriage.

Press firmly until the print cartridge snaps into place.

Caution! Do not attempt to push the cartridge straight into the slot.

It must slide in at a slight angle.

Note: You must install both print cartridges in order for your HP Officejet to

work.

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6 Close the print-carriage access door. Within a few minutes, a print
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I have an hp officejet d135. It has knew ink jets and is hooked up. When I try to print the ink won't come out and the window says it's empty. Do I have a toner and if so where is it?


Your printer has a print head under the ink cartridges. You can try a cleaning, and if this does not fix the issue, you may need to replace the print head .



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To activate the Clean Printheads function from the front panel:

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1 Turn on the HP Officejet, and then lift open the print-carriage access door.

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The print carriage moves into view.


2 After the carriage stops moving, push down on the top of the print
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3 Remove the new print cartridge from its packaging and, being careful to
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Caution! Do not touch the gold-colored contacts or ink nozzles.
Once you have removed the plastic tape, install the print cartridge
immediately to prevent the ink from drying in the nozzles.


4 Hold the black or photo print cartridge with the HP label on top. Slide the print cartridge at a slight angle up into the right side of the print carriage.
Press firmly until the print cartridge snaps into place.
Caution! Do not attempt to push the cartridge straight into the slot.
It must slide in at a upward slight angle.

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5 Hold the tri-color print cartridge with the HP label on top. Slide the print
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Press firmly until the print cartridge snaps into place.
Caution! Do not attempt to push the cartridge straight into the slot.
It must slide in at a slight upward angle.

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Note: You must install both print cartridges in order for your HP Officejet to work.


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6 Close the print-carriage access door.
“Press OK to print Align page” appears on the display.
7 Press OK.




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I am sorry the print head goes out on the B And W on these things quite frequently. however you can go to www.hp.com amd go threw thier secdualed way of testing the print head but am sure you will find it defective. I had one and it was a problem. B e aware they have a new head that replaces the old head that lasts much longer.

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  2. Place the alignment page face down on the left front corner of the glass with the top of the page facing the left side.
  3. Press OK . The HP Officejet will align the print cartridges and display Alignment Complete .

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