Question about HP OfficeJet 6110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Trouble screen keeps saying remove and check cartridges. I've removed them and reinstalled. Cleaned the contACTS. wHEN WE TURN THE PRINTER ON IT MAKES A GRINDING NOISE THEN THE TROUBLE CODE COMES UP.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Follow the steps below until the above issue is resolved. All of the following steps may not be necessary to resolve the issue.
Step one: Clear any paper or carriage path obstructions
the link below to open a new browser window with specific instructions
about how to clear paper jams. When you have completed paper jam
removal instructions, return to this point in these instructions to
continue resolving a carriage stall.
Click here for information on resolving paper jams (c00107909). (in English).
Moving the carriage
NOTE: 12If the front panel overlay is already installed, proceed to the next step.
NOTE: If the product prints when plugged directly into a wall outlet while unplugged from any power strips or surge suppressors, the power strip or surge suppressor may not be allowing sufficient voltage to reach the product.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
SOURCE: grinding noise on startup
The Resume light continues to blink after the paper jam is cleared.
The carriage is stuck or making a grinding noise. Solution 1. Lift the top cover to the printer. 2. Turn the printer off and then on again. 3. Unplug the power cable from the back of the printer when the grinding noise starts. 4. Move the carriage towards the middle of the printer (this procedure may take a couple of tries to get the timing correct). 5. Take out the cartridges and close the top cover. Turn the printer back on! 6. Reconnect the power cord. 7. Open the top cover, reinstall the cartridges, and then close the top cover
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
SOURCE: Remove and check cartridge
I suggest that the inkjet ports on the ink cartridge, and perhaps on the printer, are clogged with dried ink. The ports I'm speaking of are tiny, minuscule holes, in the ink cartridge. Ink comes out of the cartridge, and through these tiny holes. The size we're talking here, is almost microscopic!
On the printer itself, there are holes that match. Match the holes for the ink cartridge. These become clogged also.
I would like to suggest this. Works for me, printers in my shop, and to many, many people I've suggested it to. (I will repair basic problems on a printer. The computer itself is my forte)
Printer UNPLUGGED from electricity. Open the printer body, remove the ink cartridge. If there is more than one ink cartridge, you may want to remove them as well. Give yourself room to work.
(This isn't really like work. You'll see what I mean)
Use a clean, lint free, cloth. Soak it in very warm water. Actually as warm as you can stand to the touch. Wring the cloth out until it is just damp. No drips of water are present. I suggest you don a pair of rubber dishwashing gloves. Keep any ink from getting on your hands, or wrists.
On the front of the ink cartridge you should see a brass strip of metal, or brass contact pads. If the cartridge has the brass metal strip, the holes are probably in it. If it has the brass pads, the holes are probably nearby. Wipe the area the holes are in. If there is no obvious area that looks like where these holes would be, wipe the entire area that contacts the printer.
As you wipe, you should pick up some ink. I suggest you use a fresh area of the cloth, and continue. When you are satisfied the ink cartridge holes are clean, set the cartridge aside.
Now with a clean, fresh surface, wipe the area on the printer where the ink cartridge meets.
You may want to follow up with a clean, lint free dry cloth on the ink cartridge. It needs to be dry before reinstalling.
You may want to use a hair dryer set on low heat, to speed up the process of drying the printer out.
Keep the hair dryer constantly moving, and about a finger length away as you use it.
I Do Not suggest the hair dryer trick for the ink cartridge.
When you feel satisfied that everything is dry, reinstall the ink catrtridge. Close the printer, and make sure it's down tight. Plug the printer back into electricity. Turn the printer on. Go to the Diagnostic Tools section, and run diagnostics.
Do the alignment test, and print pattern test.
In your Help section, it will show you where the diagnostic tools are, and how to do the alignment test.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
ok no problem
;go ahead and take out the power cable
:press the power button fr 30 secnds and while u are holding the power button plug the the power cable back
:still it ocurrs ....take out the catriges ..plug out the usb cable ,after 30 secnds plug it in ,,.it will ask fr the catriges..put them in nw
:ur peobelem will be resolveed
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Unfortunately the problem can only be solved by replacing the plastic gear that is turned by the metal motor gear. The gear becomes loose on the axle and that allows enough movement for the motor metal gear to slip over it. If parts can be found, it is an easy fix but where can those parts be found
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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