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I have a HP Laser jet 3320 and have the message No Print Cartridge popping up. I unplugged the power cord to reset it, took all the paper out, took the toner out and reinserted it and still nothing works. I looked in the back and everything seems to look fine. Don't know what to do.

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SOURCE: Refill Toner Cartridge for Laser Printer

I work for a company that does this and can tell you it is possible. Some companies do the drill and refill and some like mine actually take the cartridge apart and replace the drum and wiper blade.

You can buy the kits to refill your own. Usually, it just involves drilling a hole and pouring in the toner. This is the first I have heard of the melt and pour. Just be aware that eventually the parts inside will wear out and start to show image defects. You don't recommend reusing them more than twice.

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SOURCE: Missing Toner Cartridge

Try first removing all paper from paper trays and then reinserting cartridge, etc.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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SOURCE: HP Laser Jet 3055- "No print cartridge" message

This could also happen due to the censors.
Try these steps.

1. Take all the papers out from input tray.
2. Open the cart door & take the cart out,and let the door be open.
3. Turn Off the printer.
4. Clean the metal contacts on the cart.
5. Reinsert the papers & the cart.
6. Turn the printer on.

This could resolve the issue.
All the Best!!!!!!

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possible the formatter board has blown.

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