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Change expiration date for hp officejet pro l7600 print cartrige

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The battery is located behind the left front cover. Open the printer, grasp the left front cover from inside the printer and pull to open. Look inside the printer to left and you will see it.
It is enough to remove for a minute to reset the expiration.
But I'm afraid after that the printer may not keep the date and time when turn off.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: I have an HP Officejet Pro 7580. When printing in

Press "set up" button until number 6
Number 6 is "tools"
press OK
press forward arrow (to right of ok button)
No.2 is clean printhead
No.3 is align printer
No.4 is calibrate line feed

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: HP OFFICE JET PRO L7500/L7600/L7700

my hp office jet pro l7500 indicates the ink has expired in all cartages but the cartgages are new because they were just put in . Before the same error code came up and so bought new cartages. Also the door to the cartages will not stay closed without tape.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: HP officejet Pro L7580 print head is not working properly.

i order the 8 jan 2010 2 print heads No : 88 (ref hp c9381a for black/yellow and ref hp c9382a for magenta/cyan) and i receive it after 4 days.


Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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SOURCE: no connection ref hp officejet pro 8500 a909a

How are you connecting to the printer (over the network or a direct USB connection)? If you are using a USB connection, try a new cable or plugging into a different USB port. If you use a USB hub, try a direct connection.

If you are using a network connection, check if your firewall is blocking the connection. Also check that the router (or switch) didn't dropped the network connection and didn't re-synch with the printer (or worse changed the IP address of the printer).

I hope this helps.

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You were a bit vague in your report as to what the exact error is that you are plagued with. Perhaps you have more than one. The 9100’s ink cartridges are “smart cartridges.” They each have a chip in them that reports various cartridge statuses directly to the printer. Diagnosing the problem correctly requires the identification of the particular error message. You can find a list of the error messages and what they mean here:

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To change the date on the 9100 printer, you’ll need to access the ‘Maintenance’ menu. Just below the LCD panel on the front of the printer there are a series of buttons as follows:

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