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Regarding your HP Officjet Pro 8600 printer and refilled HP 950/951 ink cartridges and the "low ink" messages. Depending on your ink refiller (or if you did it yourself?), a replacement chip may or may not have been installed with the recently refilled cartridge(s). Refer to picture on our support site to first determine which type of cartridge configuration you have, then refer to the applicable section to address the current cartridge error(s) or printer issues. http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1999
NOTE: Costco USA's Ink Refill service now 'chips' all refilled ink cartridges which fully restores all functions to that of a regular HP (OEM) ink cartridge and customer experience. For USA ink refill store locations and details on ink refill pricing:
Refer to Section A if your refiller attached a new replacement chip (green in color) onto the cartridge. Refer to Section B if only the original HP chip is attached.
CAUTION: Be advised, the use of compatible/clone cartridges (i.e. sold thru the internet from China) are known to be problematic and may cause printer errors and/or permanent PRINTHEAD failures (due to incompatible ink formulations). We do NOT suggest refilling these types of ink cartridges.....refilling of original/genuine ink cartridges is only suggested! HP original/genuine ink cartridges can be identified by the visible HP logo on the front label of the cartridge.
I get so annoyed when I cant find my favourite products or things are discontinued. But usually I call or email the manufacturer for starters. Not sure what country you are in however. They can usually send you a list of where to buy or will tell you if it is discontinued. Next try ebay make sure you look worldwide there is a little button on the left of screen. Revlon Eyebrow Pencil eBayEyebrow Pencils Also last but not least a good old trusty google search. You will definitely be able to find it somewhere in the world.
The only thing I have ever seen are metal hoses. They have a rubber sleeve that hose clamps on.
Earl's has some but I think they are stainless with colored ends.
You can try Summitracing.com or Americanstreetrod.com
May also search for these in Spectra brand.
The only time I have seen colored rubber hoses are blue ones and they are really silicon high pressure hoses (police cars use them)
Good luck on finding red hoses. I like red!
Got it, thanks to the chap at OfficeWorks. Take the plastic cover off
the eraser at the top of the pencil. Then wiggle the eraser out of its
seat. Then you will find a hole going down the centre of the pencil,
under where the eraser was. Drop a couple of leads into there, put the
eraser back in, put the eraser cover on and Bob's your Uncle.
TPS will make it run bad and worse as time goes by. Fuel regulator will not let it run or it will pour out black smoke on heavy acelleration. I would check all the vacuum lines first, this is the most likely cause of rough idle, besides a tune up. Vacuum leak....
To load more lead into the Zebra Z Grip mechanical pencil you must follow these steps:
1. Use the extra provided lead or purchase a refill package in 0.7mm size.
2. Remove the plastic cap that covers the eraser on the end of the pencil.
3. With the cap removed, gently tug the eraser out of the end.
4. When the eraser is removed, place a few pieces of lead into the open tube.
5. Insert the eraser.
6. Replace the cap on the end of the pencil.
7. Depress the end of the pencil a few times to feed the lead through the tip.
I have not heard of an ABS causing these problems. Usually, a loss of pressure is a hole in a brakeline or a bad master cylinder.
The first brakelines to leak on my 1988 Bill Blass where those going under the engine. Check in the frame where the lines are routed from the ABS to the front brakes.
I use a Vacuum Handpump Bleeder. As long as there is fluid in the Master, you should eliminate the air. If you have a leak when you draw down each wheel you may hear a whistling, deflating ballonlike sound of the air draw. My handpump has a gauge which will show a pressure drop.
Or you can go the other direction and disconnect the ABS lines to the wheels. When you draw the vacuum from the closed Calipers, there should be little air in the lines. However, a hole in the line will continue to drop the draw from that particular wheel Caliper. This would prove you have an opening in the line.