Question about HP Officejet 4110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Bought new HP 4110, used it infrequently for a few weeks, then one day foolishly pulled out the sheet of paper from the FRONT, WHILE THE 4110 WAS PRINTING. Trying to use the 4110 now I invariably get the message (paraphrasing): Replace Cartridge
But that's surely an irrelevant message.
What concerns me is
1. What damage did I do to the printer with my "paper pullout"?
2.. Is the repair straightforward and at reasonable cost, or should I just
get a new inkjet printer?
I have some technical skills and could oerhaps do the job myself, with the help of a service manual.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
You very well could have messed up a sensor in the printer.
These days, printers are considered "throw-away" and normally there are not any parts available to repair them.
You won't find a manual. Even printer repair shops cannot get parts.
But before you consider all lost, you could try to get a new cartridge. Otherwise, get a new printer.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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