Question about Dell 924 All-in-One InkJet Printer
I have a Dell 924 AIO Printer. It was working great until a small, thin, transparent, plastic film strip came out with a printed page. It has two small holes on either end that seem to connect to two pins on either side of the printer. I tried to re-attach it, but it won't stay. Now the ink cartridge slams back and forth inside the printer whenever I start it or try to print something. Can I fix this? Is it worth paying to get it fixed?
Try to cut off a thin plastic strip. just try to copy that. it basically guides the cartridge on where to print. also i remember that it should have a spring connected to the holes.
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
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