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Printer problem need help with hp deskjet 820cse does not print put in new ink and the little light is on that looks like an ink drop

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Re: printer problem

Hi, after you install a new ink cartridge you need to run the printer software to add the new ink levels. Have you done this?

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Make sure the color nozzels are clean, sometimes the get clogged.

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My printer had a paper jam and when I removed the paper it no longer prints. The paper feeds through but the ink cartridges make a slamming sound and nothing prints.

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This was first done with some of the printers in the late 90's and I know the 800 series of printers had this "feature." You can either try a reset procedure, which is a pain and documented on various web sites:

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The other thing to try, if those about don't get you running again, is to try swapping two (2) new cartridges into the printer and then swap back the refilled ones in at attempt to "trick" the printer into thinking you've got all new virgin cartridges in it. Unplug the printer and install the new ones and turn it back on. Once you've got the printer working, you can try swapping in the refilled ones without turning off the printer, just life the cover on the printer and the cartridges will slide to the center for removal/replacement.

I had this happen with my 895cse and after researching it further, discovered that yes HP was doing this to prevent other companies from eating into their very lucrative printer/toner/ink sales, which is really where they make their money from. (sorta like razors and razor blades, they'll give you a free razor and make all their money/profit on the blades as the comsumable item)

Another option to try is to reset your system clock on the PC to a date about a year previous from today so the print cartridge memory chip thinks the cartridges aren't that old - this was a suggestion from a tech kid at best buy when I was having this same issue a couple of years ago.

Anyway, I've been using the refilled inks most of the time and opt for a new set for every third set, just so I've got a good set to refill.

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That's because the driver doesn't tell you the ink is low. The software does. The software doesn't come with the os just the driver. Do you have a cd for Win XP? I'll get you the link to download the software just in case.

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