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HP Officejet 5600 All-in-One series

"Cartridge error...Remove and re-insert cartridge on right"

I have done this repeatedly.I have cleaned the cartridge. Still no printing.

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Re: HP Officejet 5600 All-in-One series

Fiend your solution direct from hp. Here is your solution...

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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error: 0 d0620230 reset power occur how can solve the problem

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I put in a new cartridge today the same way I have done in the past, the same way I put the color cartrisge in the slot and now the printer won't accept the cartridge but I can not remove the cartridge! ARGH!!!

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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Ok, nothing helped. And now i`m angry because i wanted to send a FAX ... and what this action had to do with INK ??? why i cant send a FAX even if i`m out of ink ??? Sometimes, i ask myself, how can clever people create a printer but miss this small thing???

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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**** u

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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You all installed it wrong, doing so affected the way the printer prints the document. i had the same problem once too, but i re-installed it and it worked perfectly!

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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I had the same problem. It said I had a problem with the right cartridge even though I put a fresh HP 27 in there.

Even though I put a new black 27 in and my color 22 still had ink in it, I removed the color 22, left it print without the color in it by changing the settings to printing greyscale, black cartridge only. Then I put a fresh color in it as well, changed the settings back to color, now it works fine. Maybe all I needed to do was put a fresh color in it even though it didn't need it. You can try that as well.

Posted on Dec 16, 2007

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I have a problem in that the printer could not recognize the color cartridge 27 so it has a solution, please send me an e-mail solution

Posted on Feb 20, 2010

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