Question about HP Deskjet 350 InkJet Printer
The carriage of the cartridges doesn't move. Screen says: one or more cartridges appear to be missing or damaged. Install or replace the affected cartridges....but how?
I think your not using this printer log time...?????
just conform before its working or not after replacing new cartridges it showing this erorr??
if it is not working when you installed new cartridges, your new cartridges fault other wise problem with carriage PCA board
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Lift the cover up.
The ink jet carriage should park in the center of the carriage.
Gently lift on the front of the ink jet until it removes. Some you have to lift up and some you have to lift down on. Just be careful.
HP inkjet cartridges tell you on the front of the stick by a dot weather it is tri color or black.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
SOURCE: I just purchased an HP
If the printer is out of the Box, don not try any other ink cartridges, becoz you must use the HOST ink cartridges that is shipped with the printer for the first time.It seems that it is problem with Host ink cartridge.
You can check the cartridge whether its a Host ink cartridge or normal one by looking at the serial number.If Serial number starts with C9, it Host; if it starts with C8 its normal one.
Only HP can replace it , none of the store sells Host ink cartridges, they sell the replacement ones.
You can either call HP tech support or, return the printer to staples.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
SOURCE: Carriage error Hp F2280
Same thing happened to me and I took it back to the store, where I bought it from. They replaced it with a new one and told me that it didn't have any software installed, like if you have a motherboard without bios ..
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
1. clean the ink cartridge contacts both in the printer and the cartridge with a lint free cloth or a cotton swab. and try inserting the ink cartridges again. if it wont work proceed to step 2.
2. unplug the power cord at the back of the printer
3. press and hold # and 3 keys at the same time and plug the power cord back in. Do not release the two keys. wait until the printer would say "partial nvram reset" or anything that says "reset". if this still would not resolve the problem
4. do the same process as 2 & 3 but instead of # and 3 try # and 6. instead of saying "partial nvram reset" it should say "semi-full nvram reset". and if it would not work better go to an onsite technician. but if your printer if brand new return it to the retailer and exchange it. but before you do that try calling HP technician they would instruct you to the things i have given you. Just tell them what you have had done and asked them to replace the ink cartridges. This are the informations the agent would ask you about the ink cartridge
part number and also the expiration date.
try to ask for a replacement first if it would not resolve it. then go to a technician. I could not assure you that a technician could fix it because i have troubleshoot this kind of problems and there are alot of printer parts that needs to be fixed. Usually i suggest my clients to buy a new printer instead
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
I have had this same problem a few times, not due to changing the cartiges, but following one of my kids yanking on a peice of paper as it was printing. After I tried all the unplugging and clearing and re-starting, the arm was still stuck on the left. I read on some forum (can't remember where) while the printer is off, to gently push/pull on the cartiges until they un-jam or start to move. I flet like I was going to break it, but it has worked every time.
Hope this helps osmeone else!
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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