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What is the cause of my empty cartridge not ejecting after being fired, is the ejector worn out?


If the empty case is coming out of the camber and not ejecting but laying on top of the next round yes the ejection system is worn or gunned up
If it is stuck in the chamber look at the throat for wear or the case is expanding to much and jamming until cooled

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APS film chamber stuck shut. Door won't open when film chamber release button is pressed


Sorry to hear about this issue. If you have a change bag, I would put a few jewelers screwdrivers in it then put the camera in it. With the bag closed up I would attempt to forcibly open the back. With the camera in the bag there is not any chance to expose the film. After the film is removed wind it back into the cartridge. Now send it off for developing.

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Printer will not print after installing 2 new ink cartridges


Hi,

There are three (3) reasons for this.
1) There may not be a pool of ink at the exit port (the pre-chamber) that the head can **** from. The solution to this is the "Centrifugal Force" tip below.

2) The vent grooves to one or more chambers may be blocked by adhesive. The adhesive from the tears away seal or the name plate sticker may have blocked up a vent groove. If air can't get into the cartridge, the ink will not flow. The solution to this is a straight pin. Use a straight pin to puncture the name plate foil and vent the cartridge. If you run your finger nail across the foil, you will find there is a hole under the foil for each chamber. This is where to stick the pin through the foil. After making the pin holes in each chamber, run a few cleaning cycles to reestablish solid ink in the head.

3) Printer stops printing after a few pages(or many) have printed. *After refilling your cartridge your printer "thinks" the "original" cartridge is empty. Simply unplug the printer and wait a couple of minutes before plugging it in again. This Should "clear" the memory so the printer recognizes your refilled cartridge as "full".

If you still face the problem then you need to replace the cartridge as it is not genuine.
Hope this helps.
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I need to know how to refill my ink for my nx110 printer


The ink cartridges used in Epson's Stylus line of printers are very similar to the ones used in its other printers. A handful of cartridges--like the S020034, S020047 or S020049--may require a slightly different refilling technique, but they all basically entail opening a fill hole in the top to run down into the ink chamber within. Once the chamber is accessible, you can use a basic refill kit with a syringe bottle to refill the chamber, as with most printer-ink cartridges.
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1. Hold the cartridge upside down so the outlet holes to the printer paper are on top. Cover each hole with a piece of tape, then turn the cartridge right-side up.

2. Make a hole in the top of the cartridge above each ink chamber. For most cartridges, simply poke a hole through the label with a toothpick. With cartridges like the Epson Stylus 34 (the casing of which is black), pull back the label to reveal the filling holes and puncture the seal of each home. For the 47 or 49 color cartridge, drill a 1/8-inch hole in the shell between the label and front edge.

3. Determine which color of ink is in which chamber (if you're refilling a color cartridge). The toothpick used to puncture the hole should draw out some ink to show you. If you have a cartridge in which you punctured the label directly, the order of the color chambers is usually cyan, magenta and yellow. If you created the hole in another way (like with the 34, 47 or 49 cartridges), the order is usually magenta, cyan and yellow.

4.Fill the syringe bottle with 5ml of ink. Insert the needle in the filling hole and inject the ink. There may be a sponge inside the chamber, so make sure the needle goes all the way through to the bottom. The 34 cartridge takes up to 12ml of ink.

5. Tape over the fill holes you created. If you drilled the holes, plastic plugs (like the ones included in a refill kit) can work as well. Leave the tape on the outlet holes as you replace the cartridge in the Epson Stylus printer.

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Hello'' can you tell me how to change the ink in the kodak printer?


  1. Open up the cartridge to reach the ink chamber within. For color and photo cartridges, just remove the lid with a sharp knife (insert it where the black and colored plastic meet) to find the three fill holes. On black cartridges, make a hole with a heated pin or drill on top of the cartridge where the letter "K" is.
  2. Step 2 Check the chambers in a color/photo cartridge to determine which color ink is in which chamber. Insert a different toothpick or pin into each chamber to draw out yellow, cyan or magenta ink.
  3. Step 3 Fill a plastic syringe bottle with enough ink in the color you are refilling. A black ink cartridge should need 10 to 15 milliliters. A color/photo cartridge takes 5 milliliters of each color.
  4. Step 4 Insert the syringe needle into the cartridge, sending the tip down to the bottom. The chamber contains a sponge, so you will need a small bit of force to push it in.
  5. Step 5 Inject the ink into the cartridge. Unlike other brands of cartridges, you want to saturate the sponge with ink in a Kodak cartridge. Depress the syringe plunger slowly until you can see the ink begin to surface on top of the sponge.
  6. Step 6 Wash all ink residue out of the syringe after you've refilled one shade of ink. If you intend to refill another color immediately, dry the syringe out first.
  7. Step 7 Replace the lid on a color/photo cartridge. Apply a strip of tape to the spot where you first removed the lid to secure it. You don't need to seal a hole you drilled in a black cartridge.
  8. Step 8 Leave the cartridge standing in a secure spot overnight. This helps the ink settle within the cartridge for even printing once the cartridge is back in the printer.

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Cartridge stuck in Printer! HP OfficeJet 5610


I Got it! I just did something similar, black ink in color slot. At first I tryed prying and yanking and wiggling all to no avail. When I actually stopped and looked at it, I could see a little lip sticking up on the back left side of the cartridge, the chamber is made for a little lip CENTERED-so used my left hand on the side of the ink to push it to the right so that the lip would slip through the slot in the chamber while I pulled with my right hand-IT WORKED!!!! Came right out! If you put the color in the right (wrong but (R)) side-try pushing from the right to the left while pulling out. The key is to LOOK and guide the lip on top of the cartridge through the little slot opening in the chamber. Good Luck!

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Inside this machine has 3 sections. Toner cartridge, developing unit and drum unit. First pull out the toner cartridge then you will see a blue anodized screw, loosen this screw then pull this section ( developing unit ), if there's already toner inside the chamber, clean it and pour the all the developer into the chamber then put back the developing section, tighten the blue screw and install the toner cartridge.

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Finding the chamber of living portraits


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Can you turn off the ink level functions on a Kodak 5500 printer?


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Slide bar for cartridges


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