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My HP Officejet 4500 says alignment failed. It will still print but makes a loud banging noise as the cartrdges move before printing.

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If machine does not print the colors it cannot align. Try changing the color and try again

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I had the same problem. Ended up replacing the black/yellow "printhead" and that corrected the problem.

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Try removing the cartridges, closing the printer, and disconnect the power. Let sit for at least 10 minutes, then hook up the power, wait until it stops making noises, the reinstall the cartridges, black first, then color, and if the alignment comes up again, press cancel. This should remove the error.

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