Printer won't print even with newly refurbished TD cartridge
When "print" command is given, printer goes through a very long "warm up" type phase, then a red light flashes on the panel and the window message says "REPLACE THE TD CARTRIDGE". I took the drum to Cartridge World and they refurbished it. After installing refurbed cartridge the printer worked a time or two and then reverted back to the same original problem with the same message in the window. What do I do now?
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If you are printing using a color (not "black cartridge only" ) driver, yes, the printer won't print because it uses a "process black" when you use a color driver. In other words it creates black using the 3 colors, and doesn't actually touch the black cartridge. You will need to change the default driver to one that you create. go into control panel, hardware and sound, devices and printers (win7) right click the officejet 6500 (not the fax driver) and click printer properties click the advanced tab, and click printing defaults click the fast economical printing template. Change "print in gray scale" to Black Ink Only Click "save as" and name the profile "black draft" click the newly created "black draft" profile, and click APPLY and OK This will now be your default, and it will print in black and white while the color cartridges are empty.
I know the frustration being in IT for over 20 years working on various peripherals.
These printer MIX so that way there is a balance at the final phase. You have to purchase a magenta cartridge to get this working again. Bypassing this will make tis printer suffer and long term damage can cause a economical issue on your end in the long run.
Now if your at a critical point you can bypass but I do not professionally recommend this but here it goes.
1. Open the CP1210 Series Toolbox
2. OPEN System Settings
3. Then enable Cartridge Out Override
4. Then click apply
I hope this works for you, whilst you purchase a magenta toner. Please do not forget to leave a positive rating and feedback.
Go to START MENU Choose Commamd prompt, right click mouse and run as administrator (You should be in this command C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32- If not type this command when you in the dos command prompt "CHDIR C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEMS32\ and press enter") Type the letter "cmd" Type the word "net stop spooler" Exit Go to C: drive Choose to Windows Folder Click show content Choose system32 folder Choose spool folder Choose printer And delete all printing jobs pending Again go back to CMD window and type the word "net start spooler" Restart your computer and must also turn off your printer and then switch it on.
It will work fine right now I hope it helps you
Remove your current empty cartridge from your Dell printer. Turn on your printer and lift the cover and top half of the unit. You can suspend it in place by lifting the blue plastic lever and securing it to hold up the top of the printer. At this point the ink cartridges should move to the center of the printer and be easy to access. Follow the instructions locate on your printer to remove the cartridges. You can do this by pressing on the blue tab to remove the colored cartridge or the black tab to remove the black cartridge. Once you press the tab, the cartridge cover will pop open. Carefully pull out the exposed cartridge from it’s setting. Save the empty cartridge so it can be refilled. Remove the sticker from the newly refilled Dell ink cartridge. Follow the directions on the opened printer to insert the cartridge. Hold the cartridge so the writing is on the top and the ink spot is on the bottom. Gently push it into the opened setting until it is securely in place. Close the cover of the cartridge holder by pressing down on it gently until it clicks into place. Remember that the black cartridge goes into the black setting and the color cartridge goes into the blue setting. Close the top of the printer. You will hear the ink cartridges move back into place.
Test your newly refilled Dell ink cartridge and load your printer with paper.Print a document so either in color or black and white (depending on the type of cartridge you had refilled). Review your printed document to make sure the color is consistent and you are pleased with the outcome. Repeat whenever you run out of ink.
There's really no help to offer except to suggest you either buy original replacement cartridges or to switch to another vendor if you want to keep using refurbs. The refurbished cartridges often don't work, or work unreliably. I personally have had trouble even with the refurbs sold by the big office stores. About all you can do is check the vendor's warranty and see if you're eligible for replacement cartridges.
1. Make sure plastic (all of it) is not on the cartridge contacts. 2. Wipe the print area (bottom of cartridge) with damp cloth, If does not work, try warm water - even letting it stand for a few minutes. 3. Go to the printing services and service the device (this function let the printer try to clear any clogged areas that may exist.
Hey I have 1 problem
I have the printer of 2600n
when i give print Command of RED Colour its come orange and right side i get light print and left side i get little dark print ,
what is the problem i don't understand
any can help me .
It sounds like it is out of ink.
If you have replaced the ink cartridge recently, is it possible you forgot to remove the small piece of tape that is placed over the head to prevent ink leaks? That has to be removed before installation.