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How to refill luxor pilot v5 rolling ink pen?

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My HP D1560 Deskjet Printer keeps blinking and computer says Cartridge Problems but I have refilled my ink cartridges like I have in the past---what do I do ? It won't let me print ? Ahhh Help


First of all understand what is cartridge the you can solve your problem your self in future if related same: The cartridge contains two parts 1. ink tank, 2. Pen(electronic nozzles controlled by mother board).. Ink tank contains ink & main source to pen to write,.. if ink is over you wont get any image.Ink is there but pen is not writing then no use..both conbination has work to gether to create image..As you said ink is there, but pen is not working due to ecetronic nozzles are faulty & this information with mother board, that's why its indicating that replace the cartrdige..And we can't repair it because of micro technology.
See fig: 1. Container, 2.Nozzles. 3. Electronic contacts to control nozzles..


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Just replace the cartridge....

Feb 04, 2012 | HP D1560 Deskjet Printer InkJet

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Pen won't write though plenty of ink


There are a couple reasons a pen refill won't start writing right away. The first thing to check is the tip--often there is a bit of glue or plastic over it in order to prevent leaking.
If that doesn't work, then try one (or both) of the following two methods:
1) Place the refill (but not the tip) in some warm water. Heat will allow the liquid in the gel pen to become thinner and flow more naturally.
2) Hook a rubber band around the middle of the pen, using tape to ensure safety, and wind the pen while holding the rubber band on either side of the pen. Make sure the cap is on the pen. When the rubber band is tight, when you pull straight out on the rubber band from both sides of the pen, it should spin very quickly. The centripetal force will cause the liquid in the pen (at least half of it) to move toward the tip.
Make sure you fasten the rubber band to the pen with tape or something similar; otherwise the pen may go flying off at someone nearby. Also, again, make sure the cap is on to prevent any ink spraying out--this is unlikely in a gel pen, but it could happen.

Jun 13, 2011 | Sanford UniBall Gel Impact Rt Retractable...

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I have a Pilot FriXion Erasable Gel Ink Pen. I want to know how to insert the refill. Please assist. Thank you.


Hi... Slightly above the rubber finger grip (about 1/8 of an inch) is where the pen unscrews. Once you have it unscrewed remove the old ink cartridge & place in the new one, there is no spring to deal with, so it just drops in.

Mar 30, 2011 | Pilot Pen Frixion Erasable Gel

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Describe your how to fill the ink in pierre cardin elite club fountainpen?


It comes with four refills. Each of the refill has a narrow end and the flat end.
Step 1 : Push the Cap out of the pen body with slight force.
Step 2: Unscrew the upper part of the pen body by rotating the top part(grooved one) which hold the nib and the bottom part in anticlockwise direction
Step 3: Take the refill cartridge and snap fit the narrow part of the cartridge to the nib part of the body . Push until the cartridge fits tightly.
Step 4: Screw the body back in clockwise direction.
Step 5 : On the brass nib gently rub with your finger until the ink starts flowing.
Step 6: Write on the paper with gentle force on the nib and its all done.

Remarks: There is also a pump with an empty cartridge which is provided. You can use it to suck ink form a regular fountain pen ink bottle and then fit the whole assembly. You can use regular ink with this technique.

Hope this helps

Oct 12, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Tried to install a refilled ink cartridge. Then


The printer working does not depend on its cartrage... Cartrage is just like ink in ur pen... If the nib of ur pen breaks then u cant blame on ink... Check whether the gare of ur printer moves if its nt then there is some problem in gare shifting ic or the rotator machine check it by giving it to some computer service shop

Aug 03, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Ink refill size for gpen200n


7.2mm x 3.44mm. You may purchase it throught IOGEAR Web site. Just type GPENPAK2 on the search box.

You may also use the Rotring Mini Ballpen refill.

Apr 11, 2009 | IOGear GPEN100CW6 Digital Pen

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My Cross pen fell on the floor and won't work


was it a ball-point or ink pen tip???
if it is ball-pint. then all you have to do is get a refill cartridge from any of the office supply store or specialty shop.
if it is a fountain pen tip, then you have to send it back to cross for repair.

Feb 09, 2009 | Cross Pen Computers & Internet

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