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Business inkjet 2230 shows need to replace cyan printhead, have done so twice and message keeps reappearing?


Hi
From the cartridge costs it looks as if the cartridges incorporate the printhead. If this is the case - are you using HP cartridges or compatibles. Sometimes compatibles don't work when the printhead s the problem.
If you are using HP cartridges then make sure the contacts on the cartridge, and on the printer are clean. Apart from these comments I'm afraid I'm also stumped.
Good luck.

Aug 27, 2014 | HP Business Inkjet 2230 Printer

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Printhead on amano MJR 8000


Do you have a large older printhead or a newer small one?

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I have a HP Designjet100 Plus. The black went from ok to light to nothing. I have cleaned the printer head manually and thru the maintainance setting on the machine. Any suggestions? Do i need to buy a new...


You can try to disassemble the printhead and check for contamination.
First remove cap 1
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than using a small flat screwdriver disassemble printhead (engagement points 2 and 3)

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Warning - a printhead is filled with 8 ml ink

After disassembly - clean the printhead with fluid compatible with pigment ink (for black color) or compatible with water based ink (color printheads)

during reassembly - don't forget to fill the printhead with ink (2/3 of its volume)

May 19, 2011 | HP DesignJet 100 Plus InkJet Printer

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How to remove the ink cartilidge


How do I install a new printhead in my all-in-one printer? To replace the printhead in your all-in-one printer:
  1. Make sure the printer is on.
  2. Lift the printer access door and wait for the carriage to move to the access position.

    NOTE: For ESP 3250 and ESP 5250 all-in-one printers:
    • On the printer control panel, press Home.
    • Select Maintenance, then press OK.
    • Select Install Ink Cartridges, then press OK.
      If "Install Ink Cartridges" is not an available selection, upgrade the firmware.

  3. Remove any paper that may be loaded in the printer.
  4. Remove the black and color ink cartridges and set them aside.
  5. Remove the existing printhead:
    • For ESP Series Printers, unlatch the printhead by lifting the latch in the center of the carriage.
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    • For 5000 Series Printers, unlatch the printhead by pressing the button in the upper-left corner of the carriage.

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  6. Lift the printhead out of the carriage.
  7. Remove the new printhead from its bag.

    CAUTION: Do not touch the copper contacts on the printhead, as this may damage it.

  8. Remove the plastic protective shields.
  9. Place the new printhead into the carriage.

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  10. Push firmly against the target label of the printhead until you hear a loud snap.

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  11. Insert the color ink cartridge into the printhead and press down until you hear it click into place.
  12. Insert the black ink cartridge into the printhead and press down until you hear it click into place.
  13. Close the printer access door.

    The printer detects the new printhead. Follow the instructions on the LCD to calibrate your printer.
    NOTE: ESP 3 all-in-one printers do not require calibration.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to use KODAK Ink Cartridges. Your KODAK All-in-One Printer is designed to work with KODAK Ink Cartridges. Kodak is not responsible for the compatibility or performance of either non-Kodak brand ink cartridges or refilled ink cartridges. You can purchase KODAK Ink Cartridges from the KODAK Store.

Feb 09, 2011 | Kodak ESP5 AllInOne InkJet Printer

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Canon Pixma iP3500 printer will not accept new cartridges


think you need to replace the printhead go to manufacturer's website and read there faq's

Jul 09, 2010 | Canon PIXMA iP3500m InkJet Photo Printer

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Asking to replace new printheads


is it laser or inkjet, and cartridges are original ones or compatible ones, some printers will not accept comptible cartridges.

May 03, 2010 | HP Business InkJet 2800 Printer

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Printhead Error


CN642A - Printhead Unit

This product is compatible with :

Hewlett-Packard OfficeJet 6000
Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart B8550
Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart B8553
Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart C5380
Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart C6380
Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart D5460
Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart Premium Fax
Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart Premium Fax C309 Series

Mar 19, 2010 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Error message 933 service printhead error


f the printer continues to post a 930 Printhead Error, it thinks the wrong printhead unit is installed.
  • If the printer was recently serviced, make sure the correct parts were used. This is especially true if the parts replaced were either the printhead unit or the printer's engine/system board. It is in one of these two parts that the printer is detecting the problem. Note: If you are the person repairing such a printer, please be aware that parts from different, though similar, printer models may not be compatible with this printer. Also make sure to check the laser cable going from the printer's engine board to the printhead unit, as it reads that signal.
  • If the printer was not recently serviced before this error occurred and powering the printer off and on does not help, the printhead unit and possibly the laser cable or the engine/system board to this printer may need to be replaced.

Mar 03, 2010 | IBM Infoprint 1352 Laser Printer

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Lexmark C510 - 930 Printhead Error


93x Printhead Error
Each printhead error has its own error code number. The error codes and their respective meanings are listed below, together with some actions you can take to resolve the problem. 


ALL printhead errors:
If this is the first time the error has occurred, try turning the printer off and on. 
Let it sit turned off for at least 20 seconds before powering it back on. 
If powering off and on the printer clears the error, please continue using the printer but watch it to see if any printhead errors return. 
If your printer continues to display a Printhead Error message, make sure it is plugged straight to the wall and not through a surge device or power strip. Power strips and uninterrupted power supplies can cause a low amperage problem in your printer. This can trigger a printhead error even if the printer has worked on this surge device for months. 
  
If the printer continues to post a 930 Printhead Error, it thinks the wrong printhead unit is installed. 
  
If the printer was recently serviced, make sure the correct parts were used. This is especially true if the parts replaced were either the printhead unit or the printer's engine/system board. It is in one of these two parts that the printer is detecting the problem. Note: If you are the person repairing such a printer, please be aware that parts from different, though similar, printer models may not be compatible with this printer. Also make sure to check the laser cable going from the printer's engine board to the printhead unit, as it reads that signal. 
If the printer was not recently serviced before this error occurred and powering the printer off and on does not help, the printhead unit and possibly the laser cable or the engine/system board to this printer may need to be replaced. 
 
If the printer continues to post a 931 Printhead Error, it thinks there is an error in the signal going to the laser or the Hsync part of the printhead assembly. 
If the printer continues to post a 932 Printhead Error, it thinks there is an Hsync error occurring in the printhead assembly. 
If the printer continues to post a 933 Printhead Error, it thinks there is a failure in either the Hsync signal or with the mirror motor unit of the printhead.  
If the printer continues to post a 934 Printhead Error, it thinks there is a "lock" failure with the mirror motor assembly within the printhead assembly. 
If the printer continues to post a 935 Printhead Error, it thinks the mirror motor unit within the printhead unit cannot reach its operating speed.
 
If powering the printer off and on does not clear any of these errors and it is already connected directly to the wall, your printer may require service. It could have a defective printhead unit or there might be a problem with the engine board or one of the printhead cables. Note: If you are the person repairing such a printer, check all of the cables going from the printer's engine board to the printhead unit for any damage. Also check the continuity across these cables. 


Source: Lexmark KnowledgeBase

Jul 28, 2008 | Lexmark C510 Laser Printer

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Printhead problem


Any chance the ink cartridges, which are separate from the printheads, are empty or dried out? If the printheads were exposed to air for more than a few hours without an ink cartridge on top of them, they may have dried out. HPs are especially bad for this, and BTW, never use a non-HP cartridge in a D145 - the inks aren't compatible and clog up everything (at least it happened to me..) You could also replace all the printheads and cartridges, but that'll cost you more than a new printer.

Jun 17, 2008 | HP OfficeJet d145 InkJet Printer

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