Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
I would like to override the cyan cartridge inside my HP LaserJet 3550 color printer. It's not even close to empty but the microchip is refusing to let me print (in any color). I've read that, using the printer's menu, I just need to go through "Menu">"Diagnostics">"Disable Cartridge Check". Unfortunately, although I can see this option, I can't select it. (When I click the green check button, the menu system just reverts back to the main menu which tells me to "Replace Supplies".) Can someone tell me how to overcome this problem?
Disable Carts is for service tech troubleshooting.
You will have to replace. All prints use all cartriges every time.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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