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Wrong cartridge in hp5610; can't remove it

Put the black cartridge in the slot for color cartridge. getting cartridge jam error. can't remove it. suggestions how to get it out? very hard to access the cartridge area

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  • battwood Mar 04, 2009

    Same problem. Someone put the black cartridge in the color slot and now I can't get it out!

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This happened to me and this is how i solved it. take a pair of plyers and grab the cartridge from the sides and pull. it took a couple of tries and it came right out, intact and the printer resumed working properly.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

  • kventuro519 Aug 04, 2009

    Note: before working on your printer to remove the lodged cartridge as indicated above, turn off the printer to avoid possible electrocution.

  • kventuro519 Aug 04, 2009

    Note: before working on your printer to remove the lodged cartridge as indicated above, turn off the printer to avoid possible electrocution.

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Pry up on the black cartridge holder (the cradle that holds the black and color cartridge) then push down and pull the cartridge toward you and out.

There is a tab on the cartridge that is not clearing the tab on the cradle, by prying up on the main black cartridge cradle\holder you allow the tab on the ink cartridge to have enough room to clear and release so it will slide out. I just fixed my uncles printer w\ this problem.. I hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 28, 2011

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