Question about HP OfficeJet 6110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
How do I disassemble or open the document feeder to clear a jammed original deep inside it? Thanks.
You're going to need a T10 Torx head driver to remove the screws.
Removing the scanner assembly
1. Securely tape the document feeder closed so that it cannot open when the scanner is removed.
2. Open the cartridge access and unplug the power when the cartridges emerge from the service station.
3. Remove the rear clean out door.
4. If there are any screws are in the backside remove them and remove any panel that they may be securing. It a rear panel comes off, unplug any cables behind it that may be going to the scanner.
5. Open the printer as if changing the cartridges. The "apparatus" that props up the scanner while giving access to the cartridges must be disengaged. This allows the scanner to be tilted to higher angle to that it can be removed. The "apparatus" may have some hinges that must be pried apart before it will disengage. Take your time!
6. With the scanner tilted at a high angle look for cables coming from it that may be going under a removable cover. If so, remove the cover and unplug the cables. After carefully looking for any cables that may still be connected between the scanner and the rest of the printer, tilt the scanner to approximately 90 degrees and lift straight up, it should come free of the printer.
Removing the case
1. Remove the screws going through the top of the case.
2. The case will now look as if it can be removed by lifting straight up, wrong. HP always has some hidden latches somewhere. Check on the backside where the clean out door was removed. On the right and left side of the opening, just out of sight there may be latches. If there, your can push them with your finger while lifting the case up at the same time, and when both are released the rear of the case should come free, and if you're lucky it will lift completely off (most likely it will not).
3.There is also probably latches on the right and left in the front. The one on the left will be easiest to access because the service station is not in the way. The one on the right will be in the same relative position. You'll need a slot style screw driver to release them. A flashlight will come in handy.
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