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Hp officejet 7110 battery and cmos location

When I try 2 print any report it says supply expired, which means the ink is out dated, but I have heard that if I take the battery out for a day it will reset. Can U tell me where the battery is located? T.I.A. Magical1

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    Magical 1 Jun 23, 2007

    Hey dip stick i'm looking for a work around,not the obvious!

  • stoaway Nov 17, 2008

    Battery Location?

  • marc orlando Mar 07, 2015

    this is a question. Will removing the cmos battery wires as opposed to removing the battery also disable the ink expiration message?

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The battery is located behind the left front cover. Open the printer, grasp the left front cover from inside the printer and pull to open. Look inside the printer to left and you will see it.
It is enough to remove for a minute to reset the expiration.
But I'm afraid after that the printer may not keep the date and time when turn off.

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I attached the picture of where the battery is....hp officejet 7110 battery and cmos location - 3debdc9.jpg

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THE SOLUTION from Dimitar Todorov WORKS! Looked for a full day and tried several solutions suggested by HP, other sites and here. This is only one that worked for me. Had the "expired Ink cartridge" message showing for both black and color cartridges. Hell, after nothing else worked, I thought I was going to need a new printer. Then I found Dimitar's solution. THANK YOU.

Opened the Carriage latch. Unplugged the power. Pulled the front left cover off as directed. Had to orient myself to the correct direction to look from the picture. l Found the battery. Slipped a business card between the contact and the battery for about two minutes to disconnect. Removed it, reconnected power and closed the carriage. Was easy to reset the correct date and time by going into menu for fax setup. "Expired Ink" message was gone (apparently, battery power keeps it in cmos when powered down). My 7110 works/prints fine now using the same cartridges that had been previously labeled as "expired".

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Have you tried changing the ink cartridges? Ray

Posted on Jun 20, 2007

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    The whole idea is to prevent HP from extorting more money from us through requiring us to buy products that we do not need.

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