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Re: how do u take the cartridges out?
Is this the printer that has four individual cartridges side by side? If so, I believe it says "push" on the top of the cartridge. When you do, the securing apparatus will pop up, allowing you to remove the cartridge. Simply tilt the cartridge toward you. It will "snap" out of its seat. You snap the new one in that same place after removing the plastic seal from it. Press the securing apparatus back down, and you're good to go!
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Removing/loading the cartridge are not related to powering section, check adapter voltage if its ok observe any spark generating while inserting the adapter pin in the printer socket if yes there is short in logic card, replace the logic(formatter) card..* very very rare cases if cartridge got short it will damage the logic card,result printer goes in dead condition.
HP 74 - Black ink HP 75 - Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow ink HP 99 - Photo Black, Light Cyan, and Light Magenta
You need Photo Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Light Cyan, and Light Magenta to print photos. To accomplish this you install the HP 99 photo cartridge where your HP 74 black cartridge usually goes and you keep the HP 75 color cartridge where it's at. I don't know why your printer told you to remove both cartridges, then reinstall the HP 75 color cartridge.
Usually this problem is indicative of a clogged nozzle. I'm not sure about the track record of the Photosmart C5280 (a lot of Epson printers have this problem, and you just have to keep replacing the ink cartridges). I'm going to assume you tried this, but go ahead and run a few cleaning cycles on the printer, and see what happens.
Its the cartridges...... you will have to get more or new ones. I changed mine after a week of fiddling around - and printer worked perfectly. Wish the error message had been specific, then I would not have wasted all my time. The cartridges that didnt work were brand new HP 350 and 351 cartridges - straight from the packets, but the printer "didnt like them"..... A waste of money but Im going to try and put them back into machine tomrrow and see if I can fool it!!!