Question about HP cp1700 Color Inkjet Printer

1 Answer

HP11 printhead expired

Can you use expired printhead ?

Posted by on

Ad

1 Answer

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

    Corporal:

    An expert that hasĀ over 10 points.

    Problem Solver:

    An expert who has answered 5 questions.

  • Contributor
  • 6 Answers

You can try using it and hope that it will work. If it doesn't then you will have to buy a new one. Don't worry nothing bad will happen to your printer.

Posted on Dec 01, 2013

Ad

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of.(from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones)
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
Goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Ad

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Reset printer cartridges hp l7580


HP88 CARTRIDGE RECOGNITION FAILURES/CAUSES:

The failure to recognize an ink cartridge(s) could either be a possible Cartridge connectivity, PRINTHEAD* connectivity or an end-of-life PRINTHEAD issue.

We suggest you remove all the ink cartridges and thoroughly clean BOTH PRINTHEADS manually along with cartridge chip contact surfaces (located on bottom-rear side of each ink cartridge). Clean all electrical contacts, including those inside the printer which mate to the PRINTHEADS. Reinstall both PRINTHEADS and cartridges and retest. You may refer to HP's 'manual' cleaning procedures here:
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=125&prodSeriesId=2511747&prodTypeId=18972&objectID=c00844045

Ensure an "expired ink cartridge" alert state is not causing the issue, refer to this page on how to check & bypass: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1384

---- If you observe an "Expired xxxx ink cartridge" alert or message, this error may be bypassed by performing the following:
a. Press and HOLD the Power button.
b. Press Resume button 3 times.
c. Release the Power button

If the cartridge was refilled (i.e. at Costco or Fry's Electronics), following HP 88 cartridge chip replacement and complete cartridge/printhead/printer manual electrical contact cleaning, the cartridge alert message(s) continue, then you may have a damaged PRINTHEAD* (there are two printheads inside the printer) which may require re-priming or replacement depending on problem symptoms.

* The HP 88 ink-series printer models have two electronic PRINTHEADS (each of these electronic devices are responsible for pulling ink from the ink cartridges and then firing the ink droplets onto the paper) - both PRINTHEADS will eventually fail depending on printed content, printer duty cycle (i.e. typically rated for ~41, 500 printed pages depending on image content & frequency of printing). The average inkjet printer can typically be refilled with ~15 to 20 complete sets of ink cartridges over the life of the printhead, after which, either the Yellow/Black and/or Cyan/Magenta printhead will need to be replaced due to internal electrical failure (available at HP.com).

Refer to video on how the HP PRINTHEAD functions: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=2054
When the PRINTHEAD electronically fails typically the printer will provide an alert message when this happens, but if a printhead has suffered a deprime (i.e. loss of ink/pressure which results in no printing of color), it is possible to recover the system using a 3rd party PRINTHEAD priming tool, such as this one: http://www.inkowl.com/?p=product&product=5035

For advanced HP printer diagnostics or information on ink refilling services, please visit Inkjet411:
http://www.inkjet411.com

Aug 15, 2013 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

1 Answer

Brother mfc 257 won't print blue


Printhead is bad and needs replaced. Brother gives a 1 year warranty and may replace the printhead for free even after the warranty has expired.

Feb 10, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

1 Answer

Computor says needs a new printer head


Hi annjohnswett,

Please be informed that the supplies for this printer, Canon BubbleJet i560, have expiration dates on them and it includes the printheads. Kindly check out the expiration dates for your print heads by looking on a white sticker with the date on this format yy/mm/dd. This is an old machine and printheads do wear out. To resolve this you need to buy new printheads.

Hope it helps.


Thank you for using FixYa.

Sep 27, 2010 | Canon BubbleJet i560 InkJet Printer

1 Answer

I have an hp officejet 7110 all-in-one and I've been getting a message saying that supply expired on the black cartridge. i replace it and it still won't let me print. what else could be wrong


Hello there:
This problem is usually due to a print head that needs to be replaced
I have provided the information that you will need ok
best regards mike
This document provides information on how to replace a printhead or ink cartridge.A printhead may need replacing when print quality issues cannot be resolved by cleaning the printheads or a front-panel display message indicates a printhead needs to be replaced.An ink cartridge needs replacing when a front-panel display message indicates either:
  • Low ink levels
  • Ink cartridge approaching expiration date
CAUTION: Never remove an ink cartridge and a printhead at the same time. Use the table below to identify the correct ink cartridge part number: Ink cartridge Part number HP 14 black print cartridge C5011A HP 14 tri-color print cartridge C5010A Use the table below to identify the correct printhead part number: Printhead Part number HP 14 black printhead C4920A HP 14 cyan printhead C4921A HP 14 magenta printhead C4922A HP 14 yellow printhead C4923A Replacing the ink cartridges Follow the instructions below to replace the ink cartridges:
  1. Turn on the unit, and open the print-carriage access door by lifting the handle until the door locks into place. Figure 1: Opening the access doorc00064456.jpg
  2. The print carriage will move to the center of the unit.After the print carriage stops, remove the ink cartridge by pressing the gray release button, then lifting the cartridge up and out of its slot. Figure 2: Removing the ink cartridgec00064457.jpg
  3. Remove the new ink cartridge from its packaging and, being careful to touch only the black plastic, remove the tape. Figure 3: Removing the tapec00064458.jpg
  4. With the ink cartridge label face-up, push the new ink cartridge firmly down into the appropriate slot until it clicks into place.The color ink cartridge inserts into the right-hand slot as indicated by the rainbow colored oval. Figure 4: Inserting the new cartridgec00064459.jpg
  5. Close the print carriage access door. CAUTION: If the ink cartridge is removed before a replacement is available, close the print carriage access door and replace the ink cartridge within 24 hours.
Identifying parts of the printheads Use the table below to identify the parts:
  1. Printhead handle
  2. Printhead tower
  3. Copper contacts
  4. Plastic tape
  5. Ink nozzles
c00064460.jpg Do not touch:
  • Copper contacts
  • Ink nozzles
  • Printhead tower
c00064461.jpg

Jan 24, 2010 | HP OfficeJet 7110 All-In-One Thermal...

1 Answer

Printhead help


open the top cover and lift the latch on the printheads. now take out both the printheads and clean the contact points with a dry paper towel and also clean the contact points on the printer if its possible to reach them .
reinstall the printheads and see what it says on the display.if the error emssage does not go away do a hard reset/unplug the power cable without turning the printer off and replug and turn it on after sometime.it should align the printera andf the message should go away.
if the message still remains there check which printhead is it talking about and replace it.
most printheads have two years warranty so check the expiration date and call the manufacturer to get a replacement.
thanks

Nov 10, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

1 Answer

My printer stood unused for about 8 months. Then


Remove all the cartridges from the printer and check for expiration date on the cartridges, if the cartridges are expired, you need to replace them with HP genuine, use of refilled one's cause many issues.The cartridge that is compatible with this printer is HP 14 black and HP 14 tricolor.
To align the printheads at any other time:
  1. Press Menu .
  2. Press 7 , then 3 . (For the HP Officejet D 125xi press 3 , then 3 again)A page prints to confirm printhead alignment.

Sep 27, 2009 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

2 Answers

Officejet Pro L7590 printhead message (printheads only 2m. old)!


Pull out the printhead from the computer and check the date under "warranty ends" If the warranty period did not lapse, call HP technical support and tell them about the problem. They will replace the printhead for free. I have gone through 3 black/yellow printheads and I received the replacement printheads via FedEx within 1-2 days. They will send you a pre-paid envelope to return via U.S. Postal Service via US Postal Service.

If the Warranty date on the printhead expired, then you may have to come out of pocket to replace the printhead since HP will argue that they are not obligated to replace the printhead since the manufacturer warranty lapsed.

If this is the case, check to see when you purchased the printer. If the purchase was within a year, the retailer (i.e. Best Buy) is on the hook since there is a 1 year implied warranty on products such as printers, regardless of whether the expiration date on the HP printhead expired.

Hope this helps

Aug 05, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro L7590 All-in-One InkJet...

2 Answers

K550 air in ink feedlines


I have had this happen a couple of times and have cured it easily. It has only happened with the black with me. It seems to be caused by air in the ink feed line. With the printer switched on open the top cover and hold the resume button for 5 seconds. The printheads should move to the left and you may be able to see air in the pipe(s). Remove the printhead of the offending colour(s) then insert a syringe with the plunger fully down into the rubber that the printhead connects to. Draw up the syringe plunger to draw ink/air through until you can see no more air in the pipe. Replace the printhead and close the cover. The printer should now do a calibration with the offending colour hopefully now working.

Jan 22, 2009 | HP OfficeJet Pro k550 Printer

2 Answers

Printerhead need replacing


Printheads are very sensitive and HP sets a "Time" limit of about two years for # 11 printheads regardless of how much you print. ( This is bunk from HP of course!.) But the prinheads do not expire!! They just show their health and that the printhead has exceeded the warraty period ( regardless of how much you print) .

Remove the printheads from their socket and fill a 8- 12" dish with 1/4" high of warm water. Set the printheads in the water in the same position they are set in the printer (vertical) You may need to place a wooden spoon of a block behind the printheads to keep the heads in position, as they will tilt backwards.
Leave the printheads to soak for about 15minutes.
Remove the printheads and slightly press them on a folded kitchen paper towel .It should show two lines of the same color of the printhead (cyan, yellow, etc) If the two lines are not of the same length (about 1/2" long) then repeat the soaking for that color. Be sure to dry the printheads properly

Install the printheads in the printer socket vertically so the contacts are properly set.. If not you may get a message to "Install (color) printhead". reset it again and run at least 15 pages with color information. It should print ok!!
If any print heads is damaged then the only option is to replace it with a new one.
It may be that the ink line from the cartridge to the printhead is clogged and ink is not flowing. This may require to run a large print job of about 50 or so pages to force ink into the clean printheads.

The terminal strip behind the printhead that makes contact with the pins in the printer are very delicate and if removed two to three times may not make a good contact and render the printhead unuseable.

Good Luck!!

JoeA

Dec 05, 2008 | HP Business InkJet 2800 Printer

Not finding what you are looking for?
HP cp1700 Color Inkjet Printer Logo

Related Topics:

126 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top HP Office Equipment & Supplies Experts

Doctor PC
Doctor PC

Level 3 Expert

7733 Answers

Seeker5211
Seeker5211

Level 3 Expert

1089 Answers

kakima

Level 3 Expert

102366 Answers

Are you a HP Office Equipment and Supply Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...