Re: the catridges are put in correct places,but when i...
I had that problem with my Lexmark X5410. The cartridge box
said it worked in the X5410 but the instructions gave a different
number cartridge to use. The #32 cartridge was not right for my computer. It needed a #28 Black.
Also - make sure you remove the tape from the cartridge before installing it.
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Each cartridge having printing life, as long as cartridge health condition is good it won't gives any trouble. Subjected series printer having mono & colour cartridges,1. Remove both cartridge from the printer 2. Switch on & wait till message appears for insert the cartridges..3. Insert mono(Black) cartridge, close the door & wait till message appears on screen. If message appears same as cartridge error mean that mono cartridge is faulty replace it, if message appears like insert another cartridge, it's confirmed that colour cartridge faulty.. Replace it..
I wont think so that there is no toner level sensing in 12a catridge, messaige might be catridge missing or incert catridge.. remove back door see down right side sensor which sensing the catridge presence, check sensor flag dislocate/spring dislocate/broken correct it, if sensor is dusty clean it... Best of luck
It's mean your catridges overflow even from brand new catridges after a several prints or right after you refilled the catridges. Check to see if ink are smeared on the holder where the contact panel with the catridge.
Solution: I use the klennex with a few drops of water to dampen and clean off those contact on the holder and my printer work again. The refill ink works very well if you let it sit 24 hrs. Then before you print anything, you should run aligned the catridges a couple times then run clean catridges a couple times. Print the test page to see how it's look and way you go. Be sure not to leave any debris of klennex on those holder contact panel.
Too bad that I also cound not find out how to reset the ink indicator. It's annoying to hit the OK button every time you want to print.
Error 1203 is a very interesting error code. Here is what I found out about error 1203
Error 1203 is a very interesting cartridge error. It means your catridges overflow even from brand new catridges after a several prints or right after you refilled the catridges. Check to see if ink are smeared on the holder where the contact panel with the cartridge
Solution: I use the klennex with a few drops of water to dampen and clean off those contact on the holder and my printer work again. Then before you print anything, you should run aligned the catridges a couple times then run clean catridges a couple times. Print the test page to see how it's look and way you go. Be sure not to leave any debris of klennex on those holder contact panel.
This is deffinately due to catridge circuit problem.Canon suggest that we have to replace emptied catridges with new genuine canon catridge they dont suggest refilling and also not give any support for refilling catridges. So you can replace catridge with new one.
This Happens due to weakining of catridge circuit portion or may long period printer not in use.
If you not want to replace catridges i will give you the possible hints it may fix refilled catridges.
1.Clean the catridge circuit portion with soft cloth,care must be taken that there is no smudge or ink traces on catridge circuit.
2.Clean the ciruit of printer catridge placing box present inside the printer .wipe out the any sumdge or ink traces.
Then re install the catridges. give the print if it shows error press resume button continuosly. I think it will fix your problem.
If it is not solution is replace the catridge with new one.
HP PSC 2210 InkJet Printer.
The following has to be done for checking the Blank Ink Catridge working :
01. Remove the existing Black catridge and Color Catridges from the Printer carefully.
02. Clean the location with a soft cloth with cleaning liquid to make the place dust free.
03. Put the correct black and colour cartridges recommended by HP and that too genuine one.
04. Do not use any refilled or reinked local catridges that will spoil the HP PSC 2210 printer.
05. Re-install the catridges both Black and Colour properly.
06. Take a test print out - both black and colour print outs.
07. Check the Printer status and there is no warning of Cartridges wrongly inserted.
Have a Good day.
1)Check whether the printer is connected properly or not, by going through CONTROL PANEL --> PRINTERS. Here you can see which printer has been connected to your PC, if you've more than one printer.
2) Before giving print to your document, press CTRL+P. A dialog box will appear, which has all the print options. There you can find to which printer, it has been connected.
Make sure, the printer's name in 1) and 2) is same.
Else, if you are using only one printer and it has been connected properly and installed, Make sure the ink catridge is not dry. Your catridge may be new one, but if you let it ideally, without using for some day, it'll become dry.
I had refilled the catrige, then when I start to print a 'service
error' window will appear. At the LCD screed shows E.. 4 ..2. I believe
the printer simply assume the catridge is depleted, but how can it
happened as I already just refilled it. How to make printer detected
the catridge as a full? I really hope you can solve and make my
refilling mission succesful and my printer work again.
Hi, is the cartridge NON genuine. If so, it may be damaged in such a way that the printer is not recognising the cartridge. Try putting your old cartridge back in and if the problem goes away then the problem is the cartridge and not the printer