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HP OfficeJet V40 All-In-One InkJet Printer Error c00f0401 ...
www.fixya.com > ... > HP OfficeJet V40 All-In-One InkJet Printer HP OfficeJet V40 All-In-One InkJet Printer, error c00f0401 related issues. ... ...errorC00F0401 This error message can occur if the all-in-one has been stored ...
After many many tries - I finally cleaned the "new" cartridge and sellotaped a piece of paper over the contact face (making sure the tape stopped before that surface) I then flooded the paper with pure alcohol and re-inserted into position several times. This obviously did a deeper cleaning job than the cotton bud method I have seen. The v40 is quite old so I guess there's no harm in trying just about anything..... There will be reduced cost in throwing it away..
Sounds like your cyan print head is clogged. You can try to get it flowing yourself by rubbing the print head with a wet paper towel. If you press the print head on a dry paper towel you should see three distinct lines of color. If you still don't see the cyan, try letting the print head rest on the wet paper towel on a surface that ink can be cleaned up from or one you don't care about staining. If the cyan still won't flow, you should go back to where you purchased it and return it for a new one.
What is happening is that the roller that pulls the paper through is slipping so it is pulling the paper through unevenly. You also want to make sure that the guides are snug up against your paper when you feed it through. If it has a lot of slack it can have this problem. If you open the ADF (where you put paper to copy, scan, or fax) like if there was a jam. There will be a roller You can clean these with alcohol and a clean lint free cloth. This could solve your problem but if it return the roller and the pad will have to be replaced.
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