I can get the HP PSC2355 to use refilled ink, my other HP (6210) will use the refilled ink.
Is there something I can do, I have used Cartridge World ink refills and Walgreen Ink Refills.
Is there soft ware or something that will allow the use of the refills,
Thanks Dan Hanson 309-269-3766
Re: HP PSC 2355 Won't accept refilled ink cartridges
If problem is what I think it is (that is if you cleaned whole thing and it is connected proprely), you have only one option. To buy at least three cartridges...problem is due a small trick made by HP. Printer remembers at least two cartridge serial numbers, and then wont accept refilled ones. But if you first stick one, then the other, and on the end the third one(only this one should be really full) it should reset printer and it should foul it to accept it. But on some printers it needs up to five cartridges! What a waste of money :(
Anyway, hope this helps...
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Ink cartridge contains Ink tank, electrical circuit & print nozzles. Adding ink to ink tank is called refilling, if any fault in circuit/nozzles will indicates the cartridge error.. Before refilling check cartridge health condition. In your case its sure that cartridge faulty, go for new one..
HP 75 tricolor cartridge is not designed for PSC 2355.If you try to install it,you'll get a message incompatible ink cartridge or cartridge problem.using a different cartridge may also damage the chip embedded in the printer.do not use hp 75 as a replacement for hp 95.
Memory for fax? or R u try to reset your printer? Pls pint point your purpose and diagnose...... This printer has been out quit long time ago, which means u do not need to reset for using refilled cartridge or some other use. If you would like to save money, try refill kit by "ROADINK". Not only they are easy, but also the printing quality is good. For your better understanding pls check out my youtube video. And will see how easy ink refill can be done.
You must be using HP94 95 Have you refill your cartridge at all? If you did, gentely wipe out the cartridge circuit part with Q-tip (with bit of alcohol). And wipe out the circuit part in the printer where cartridge goes in as well. And try back. Sometimes by having some dust or bit of ink make cartridge unreadable. If you used brand new, do same thing to cartridge circuit part. Otherwise, there got to be some circuit shot happen in printer. For your reference, HP 2355 is not a new model and has not cause major problem. Good practical and durability is good. If you would like to save money, try refill kit by "ROADINK". Not only they are easy, but also the printing quality is good. For your better understanding pls check out my youtube video. And will see how easy ink refill can be done.
It means you have a faulty or incorrect cartridge installed on the right side position. It could also mean the contacts are dirty or misaligned. Remove the cartridge, clean with rubbing alcohol and reinstall.
This is not a unknown error particularly if you are using cartridges other than the HP brand. Other people will tell you it is fine to use off brand cartridges or refilled cartridges. For myself, I have never had luck doing that - on the other hand, I have never been disappointed using the more expensive cartridges recommended by the manufacturer across several brands including Epson, Canon, Compaq and HP.
Try cleaning the contacts and ink jets. You may have to replace the cartridge. If that is the case, I would return the faulty cartridge and get a store credit.
Just a few thoughts for you to consider. Thank you for using FixYa.com today.
I've refilled cartridges twice so far. The first time, the black was completely empty and the color was nearly empty. The printer accepted the color refill and not the black. The second time, I refilled both cartridges before they completely ran dry and both were accepted by the printer. The gauges don't register the ink, but it prints just fine. I just monitor the levels through the print quality. A friend with the same printer has told me that she only get 2 - 3 refills before the cartridge has to be reset, and that is a tricky process, but can be done.