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Adjusting printheads - won't stop and keeps printing blank pages

I received a message - replace print head. I installed new black printhead - now it won't stop adjusting printheads. As its doing this it keeps feeding pages through - which turn out blank. If I unplug the USB cable it stops. I ran a diagnostic check (when usb is disconnected) and it prints page fine. Any Ideas whats up with it?

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  • ccrip Dec 04, 2007

    There wasn't any print jobs open. It was printing with little or no words before I replaced the printhead. The beginning of the page would be fine but about 1/4 the way down the page, the print would get lighter to where you could not see it. It was flashing a message to change it - so I assumed this was the reason for the bad print. I installed a brand new ink cartridge too. I thought that was the problem - as it was blinking low.



    Thanks for your help.

  • ccrip Dec 04, 2007

    I replaced both the black print head & the black cartridge. I was getting an error message saying to change the print head and the second message was telling me the black cartridge was low. I normally don't change the cartridge until it stops printing - but I was just trying anything.

  • ZachK Feb 13, 2008

    Replaced Print heads and stuck in a continuous Cycle of printhead alignment. Restored factory defaults and everything. Still no cure.

  • jgibbons Jul 28, 2008

    I'm having the same problem even uninstalled the printer & reinstalled it & still having problems.

  • Anonymous Oct 30, 2008

    my printer would not print color only black and some light pink not any color selected........checked printheads, etc.......now the printer will not stop checking the printheads.........over and over again...........printing pages doing this

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On the menu, go through maintenance - align printheads. Should stop.

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Hi Did you have any print jobs sent to the printer before replacing the printhead. It seems that the printer is trying to print a job and since the usb cable has been disconnected and reconnected the printer is printing blank pages or misc text.

Posted on Dec 03, 2007

  • WILLIAM MONDY
    WILLIAM MONDY Dec 04, 2007

    Ok you replaced the printhead? And not hte actual print cartridge correct?

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