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How to remove the printhead from an HP 6520


Step one: Remove the old cartridges

  1. Press the Power button ( ) to turn on the product, if it is not already turned on.
  2. Open the cartridge access door. The carriage moves to the center of the product. Wait until the carriage is idle and silent before continuing. Figure 1: Open the cartridge access door c02937518.gif
  3. To remove an old cartridge, press the tab on the front of the cartridge, and then pull it up to remove it from its slot. Figure 2: Remove the cartridge from its slot c02938232.gif
  4. Repeat the previous step to remove each of the cartridges.

Step two: Remove the old printhead

  1. Lift the latch handle on the carriage until it stops. Figure 3: Lift the latch handle c01795083.gif
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Purchase an ink cartridge made specifically for your printerTurn on your printer and raise the lid or press the cartridge changing button Wait for the cartridge carrier to slide out. Put your finger behind the ridge on the top front of the old cartridge and pull it toward you to remove. If you have an Epson printer, lift the cartridge holder lid, and the cartridge will pop up for removal. Carefully remove the tape from the ink opening on the bottom of new cartridge. Insert the new cartridge into the cartridge carrier. Make sure the new cartridge is oriented the same way that the old cartridge had been. Feel and hear the cartridge click into position. On some models, arrows will indicate the cartridge is correctly positioned. Close printer cover.If you have an Epson printer, close the cartridge holder lid and press the cleaning button to charge the cartridge.

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Please give us step by step instruction on how to change ink cartridge?


  • Turn on your printer and raise the lid or press the cartridge changing button.

  • Wait for the cartridge carrier to slide out.

  • Put your finger behind the ridge on the top front of the old cartridge and pull it toward you to remove. If you have an Epson printer, lift the cartridge holder lid, and the cartridge will pop up for removal.

  • Carefully remove the tape from the ink opening on the bottom of new cartridge.

  • Insert the new cartridge into the cartridge carrier. Make sure the new cartridge is oriented the same way that the old cartridge had been.

  • Feel and hear the cartridge click into position. On some models, arrows will indicate the cartridge is correctly positioned.

  • If you have an Epson printer, close the cartridge holder lid and press the cleaning button to charge the cartridge.

  • Close printer cover.


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    1. Open the top panel of your inkjet printer. You should be able to access the ink cartridges once the top is open. Some printers will reposition the cartridge carriage to provide you better access.

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      Remove the old cartridge from the carriage. Depending on the printer, you may need to press down on the cartridge and then pull outward to remove it. Other printers may require you to lift the cartridge out of the printer.

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      Unpackage the new replacement cartridge completely. New cartridges will often include plastic strips and protective packaging that must be removed before you can insert the cartridge into the printer.

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      Insert the new cartridge into the printer. This will be the reverse of removing the old cartridge.

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      Close the top panel of your inkjet printer and allow the printer to detect the new cartridge. You should now be able to print using your newly changed inkjet cartridge.

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    2. Open the top cover. Wait until the carriage moves to the center of the product and is idle and silent.
    3. Open the cartridge latch.
    4. If you are replacing the cartridge, slide the old cartridge out of its slot.
    Figure 6: Open the product and remove the old cartridgec00160484.gif Remove a new cartridge from its packaging, and then carefully remove the plastic tape. Hold the cartridge so that the copper strip is on the bottom.
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    Hi, this error code 5200 indicates that one of the cartridges is having problem with it's print head. You need to replace it, but first you need to find which one. For best solution, we need a set of new cartridges so that there'd be no problem testing.
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    Remove all the old cartridges, Turn off the printer, disconnect the all the cables including power cord and ethernet cable (if any), leave it Off for few minutes and again turn it on after connecting the power cord. Now install all the new cartridges and check if the error message is still there or not (Hope it's gone, but you need to find out the culprit from among the old ones so that you can use those that are functioning properly).

    Now remove one for example yellow and install the old yellow and check the message, if it's ok, go on replacing with the corresponding old cartridges after removing the newly installed, and so and find out the cartridge which is the creating this problem. After that, you'll be able to use the other remaining old cartridges.

    This might be a problem for you if you don't have a new set of cartridges, but this is the best way, you can also use old working cartridges [those with no more inks].
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    The exact procedure to remove the old cartridge is with a plastic removal tool.With replacement cartridge you have to buy this plastic removal tool.Also there is same metal removal tool available.With the help of this tool you can easily remove the old cartridge.
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    Moen shower faucet cartridge replacement is a project that will take some time to get done right. When is it time to replace a Moen cartridge? If you are like most people, you won't want to replace your old Moen cartridge until your old cartridge is starting to show its age.

    Replacement is necessary, usually, once the old faucet starts to drip. Thankfully Moen faucet cartridge replacement is not difficult. However, if you are uncomfortable with doing the repair yourself, do not hesitate to call a professional plumber to do the job for you. This will guarantee that the job is done right.

    If you follow these Moen faucet cartridge replacement instructions you will be able to replace your old cartridge by yourself. First of all, as with any plumbing repair, make sure that the water supply is turned off. Open the faucet to remove water pressure from the lines and let the remaining water drain from the pipes. You will then need to remove the faucet's handle by removing the decorative cover and removing the retaining screw. This will allow you to remove the handle.

    Once the handle has been removed, work on releasing the splash plate from the wall. Generally there will be one or two screws to remove and the plate should release from the wall easily. From here the process begins to get a little trickier. Insert a shower stem socket onto the faucet valve's retaining nut and release the nut. Your Moen cartridge removal will be complete once you grab the cartridge with a pair of pliers and pull straight out to remove the old cartridge.

    Clean any surfaces that you have access to and replace with the new cartridge. Follow all of the previous instructions in reverse order to re-assemble your shower faucet. Check to make sure that all the connections are tight before turning the water back on and testing the system out.
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    Carefully  hold one tab on the cartridge tight against the brass lip on the faucet body with needle nose and try  to drive the 1/2" tap into the smaller bore of the cartridge. It will take  about 15 minutes to slowly work the tap in all the way (maybe 3 turns?). Then  back out the tap... remove needle nose. [remember to turn the tap 1/4 turn back, for each 1/2 turn forward ... this clears the metal particles from the tap and makes the next 1/2 turn forward go smoother].

    Next, assemble a 1/2" x 4" threaded rod, so it had threads all the way to the two jam nuts on one end)... If you use a bolt, get one with threads all the way up to the head. you may find it hard to find - so try a carriage bolt and spin a nut all the way up to the head .... continue: 

    next on the bolt goes a 1/2 nut (this is the "jacking nut") and a flat washer so the jacking nut can spin easily against the next piece, a 1/2 drive socket (7/8" ) with the square hole toward the washer and jam nuts ( bolt head ).
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    Now snug it up tighter. Check socket alignment. Then begin turning the jacking nut ( the "extra" nut) until it contacts the flat washer and 7/8" socket. Now, as you continue to tighten the jacking nut, it will pull the 1/2 bolt (threaded rod) away from the faucet... and the cartridge will come along too. [You have to prevent the 1/2 rod from spinning while tightening the jacking nut. put a wrench on the bolt head.]
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