Question about HP OfficeJet 6210 All-In-One InkJet Printer
The left hinge broke so now cover wont close properly and printer will not pring.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP 3500 color printer
If you can see what is stopping the door from closing, and it appears to be on the right side of the printer near the top where the cartridge engaging pins are, and you remove all the cartridges and transfer belt and the door closes well, you may want to try this: There is a small silver screw at the top of the right corner of the case. When our front door would not close properly with the cartridges and transfer belt assembly installed, I took off the right side cover and took out that top corner screw. Then I slid the long white engaging rack that is on the lower right side of the printer toward the front door, which retracted those cartridge pins that are triangularly-shaped on their ends. Once the door would close properly with the cartridges and the transfer belt installed,and the pins engaged properly to open the cartridges as the door closed, I put the top corner screw back in and the side cover back on. I hope that helps you.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
Try to find the latch in the cover that presses a switch to indicate it is closed it is usually a small stick projection at the sides of the cover. Replace the cartridge it should fit snuggly then try it again.
Posted on May 31, 2008
Let me know if you find a source for replacements. In the mean time, I kept my unit working by just removing the broken top half of the hinge.
You have to remove 5 screws using a TORX T10 screwdriver. First remove the small plate covering the back of hinge on the outside. Then remove the two vertical screws at the top of the hinge up under the hinge lip. Then open the cover (be careful to hold it in place so as not to damage the three flex connections between the lid and body) and remove the other two screws at the top of the hinge. Remove the broken top half of the hinge and lower the cover back down. Until you find a replacement hinge, you can put a piece of heavy duty tape on the back where the hinge was.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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