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How to change the ink cartridge in a Canon iP1900 printer please


1•Protect your desk, printer stand or work surface by placing an old newspaper in front of or next to the printer. The newspaper will provide you with a place to work without getting ink anywhere you don't want it. It seems as though no matter how careful or neat you are, a little bit of ink always manages to escape when replacing an ink cartridge.
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Prepare the new ink cartridge for installation. Remove the replacement cartridge for your Canon printer from all of its packaging. You may need scissors to remove the heavy wrapper. Leave the protective orange cap or tape in place for now. Set the new cartridge aside on the newspaper.
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Remove the old ink cartridge from the Canon printer. With the printer on, open the front door or panel of the printer. Wait a second or two and the ink cartridge holder should move to the opening where it is accessible. If it does not move, shut the door, turn the printer off for a moment, turn it back on and try again. Lift the small lever that secures the ink cartridges within their holder. On most Canon printers, it is colored green and located on the right side of the ink cartridge holder. Gently lift the old ink cartridge out of the printer.
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Place the new ink cartridge in the printer. Remove the plastic cap or tape protecting the ink cartridge, being careful not to touch the black and gold "sensor" area of the cartridge. Gently but firmly push the new cartridge into the empty slot left where you removed the old ink cartridge. The label should be facing outward. You should feel the cartridge pop into place. Then push the lever back down that you lifted in Step 3. Close the printer door. Use paper towel or wet wipes to clean any ink from your hands.

Aug 18, 2010 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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Cyan toner missing message. on magicolor 330


Firstly - remove and reseat the cartridge. If problem remains: Replace the cartridge with a new one. It is possible the new cart is faulty. If problem remains: Cart Sensor unit should be replaced as follows (If you need a copy of the service manual, contact http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com) Removal 1. Remove the Fuser Assembly (RRP 9.80). 2. Reach inside the empty Fuser cavity and slide the Cartridge Sensor Holder forward to unlatch the Holder from the printer frame (Figure 1). 3. Move the Holder around until the side latches on the Holder line up with the cutouts in the frame and the Holder is free of the frame. 4. Disconnect P/J 87 from the Cartridge Sensor. 5. Remove the screw securing the Cartridge Sensor to the Cartridge Sensor Holder and remove the Sensor (Figure 2). Replacement 1. Position the Cartridge Sensor onto the Sensor Holder so the LEDs face out. 2. Line up the position tab and screw hole on the Sensor with the two holes in the Holder. 3. Use one screw to secure the Cartridge Sensor to the Sensor Holder. 4. Reconnect P/J 87 to the Cartridge Sensor. 5. Position the Holder against the Holder cutout in the printer frame. 6. Move the Sensor wire harness so it exit through the cutout at the rear of the Holder. 7. Move the Holder around until the side latches on the Holder line up with the cutouts in the frame. 8. Push the Holder forward until the front latch secures the Holder to the frame. 9. Reinstall the Fuser Assembly (RRP 9.80). If the problem remains, then the MCU PWB will need replacing. This could put the machine Beyond Economical Repair.

Jun 12, 2007 | Minolta magicolor 330 EX Laser Printer

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How to replace a brother catridge.


The Brother MFC-240C uses an individual cartridge for each color (black, yellow, cyan, and magenta). When one of the cartridges is empty or near empty, the printer will tell you to replace that ink cartridge.

You can buy the cartridges individually, or you can buy a pack of all three color cartridges or a pack of two black cartridges. To replace one of the ink cartridges, follow the steps below.
All four of the cartridges are located on the right front side of the printer, behind a gray plastic cover. Pull the cover forward from the side, where there is a slight cutout for your finger to grab. When the cover falls forward, you'll see the four ink cartridge holders, coded by color.

For the ink cartridge that you need to replace, push down on the purple handle for that color. The ink cartridge holder will open and fall forward, revealing the ink cartridge itself. Push down on the cartridge holder and the cartridge should pop out toward you a little bit. Grasp the cartridge and remove it.
Open the new cartridge and remove it from its wrapper. Discard the yellow cover, unless you plan to use it for the old cartridge.

Insert the new cartridge into the correct slot (from left to right, they go black, yellow, cyan, magenta) so that the word "brother" is right-side up and located toward the top of the cartridge. Once the cartridge is most of the way in, push the ink cartridge holder up by the purple handle until it snaps into place.

If you are replacing more than one color, repeat this procedure for each cartridge. Then, when you are finished, close the ink cartridge cover.

If you were out of ink or low on ink, the machine should recognize the new cartridge and perform the calibration process. If it doesn't automatically recognize the new cartridge, it will ask if you have changed one or more of the cartridges. Press "1" for Yes when it asks about a color that you replaced, or "2" for No if it asks about a color you didn't replace.

Once the printer comes back up to the ready state, print a color test page to verify that everything is working. If the test page comes out okay, the new cartridge is fine and you can either discard the old cartridge in the trash or save it to recycle. (But don't get rid of it before you are sure that the new cartridge is recognized and working correctly.)

on Jul 21, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to change an ink cartridge on the Brother MFC-240C


The Brother MFC-240C uses an individual cartridge for each color (black, yellow, cyan, and magenta). When one of the colors is out of ink, the printer will tell you to replace the ink cartridge. To replace a cartridge, follow the steps below.

All four cartridges are located on the right front side of the printer, behind a cover. Pull the cover forward from the side, where there is a slight cutout for you to grab. When the cover falls forward, you'll see the ink cartridge holders.

For whichever ink cartridge you are replacing, push down on the purple handle for that color. The ink cartridge holder will open and fall forward, revealing the ink cartridge itself. Push down on the cartridge holder and the cartridge should pop toward you a little bit. Grasp the cartridge and remove it.

Open the new cartridge and remove it from its wrapper. Discard the yellow cover, unless you plan to use it for the old cartridge.

Insert the new cartridge into the correct slot (from left to right: black, yellow, cyan, magenta) so that the word "brother" is right-side up and located toward the top of the cartridge. Once it is most of the way in, push the ink cartridge holder up by the purple handle until it snaps into place. Then close the ink cartridge cover.

If you were out of ink, the machine should recognize the new cartridge and perform its calibration. If it doesn't automatically recognize it, it will ask if you have changed one or more of the cartridges. Press "1" for Yes.

Once you have printed a test page with all four colors to verify that everything is working, either discard the old cartridge in the trash or save it to recycle. But don't get rid of it until you are sure the new cartridge is recognized and working.

on Jun 01, 2010 | Brother MFC 240C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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How do I change the ink cartridges in my Canon MP480? rn_bluediamond@yahoo.com


Step 1
Protect your desk, printer stand or work surface by placing an old newspaper in front of or next to the printer. The newspaper will provide you with a place to work without getting ink anywhere you don't want it. It seems as though no matter how careful or neat you are, a little bit of ink always manages to escape when replacing an ink cartridge.
Step 2
Prepare the new ink cartridge for installation. Remove the replacement cartridge for your Canon printer from all of its packaging. You may need scissors to remove the heavy wrapper. Leave the protective orange cap or tape in place for now. Set the new cartridge aside on the newspaper.
Step 3
Remove the old ink cartridge from the Canon printer. With the printer on, open the front door or panel of the printer. Wait a second or two and the ink cartridge holder should move to the opening where it is accessible. If it does not move, shut the door, turn the printer off for a moment, turn it back on and try again. Lift the small lever that secures the ink cartridges within their holder. On most Canon printers, it is colored green and located on the right side of the ink cartridge holder. Gently lift the old ink cartridge out of the printer.
Step 4
Place the new ink cartridge in the printer. Remove the plastic cap or tape protecting the ink cartridge, being careful not to touch the black and gold "sensor" area of the cartridge. Gently but firmly push the new cartridge into the empty slot left where you removed the old ink cartridge. The label should be facing outward. You should feel the cartridge pop into place. Then push the lever back down that you lifted in Step 3. Close the printer door. Use paper towel or wet wipes to clean any ink from your hands

Aug 11, 2010 | Canon Pixma MP480 All-In-One InkJet...

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How do I get the cartridge out to replace with new one???


The steps of replacing cartridge with a new one.

1) First You keep the printer power on. Open the printer cover - you will find the cartridges holder will come in proper place (the position varies printer to printer) so that you can easily remove the old cartridge.

2) Press gently the upper front portion of the cartridge you want to remove out of the printer holder - you will find it will be unlocked - just remove the cartridge carefully. (in some printer there is a cover on top of the cartridge holder which you can open to perform the step 2.

3) Unpack the new cartridge.

4) Don't forget to remove the plastic tape from the cartridge head (Ex.in HP, Lexmark cartridges etc).

5) Look the printer holder and look to the cartridge - you can easily decide the position of the cartridge in the holder.

6) Gently and carefully  put the cartridge in the holder - press the upper portion of the cartridge from front side - the cartridge will be locked autometically in the holder.

7) Put the printer cover in proper place. 

8) Print Now - it will print test page first. Now print as usual.

I hope the solution is helpful to you. Thanks for using fixya.com.

Jun 23, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have an hp injet 5510 and I cannot remove the printer cartridge in order to replace the old with the new. Help! I have the door open with the printer on and cannot get it to come out.


You often have to tilt the cartridge to get it out. Some cartridges have plastic holders you have to disengage. Refer to your manual, or just inspect the cartridge holder carefully to figure out how to dislodge it.

Mar 13, 2010 | HP Officejet 5510 All-In-One Thermal...

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Printing with no ink


1. Lift the front cover, and wait for the printer to move the old cartridges forward.

2. Take off or pull the clear plastic tape off of the back of the cartridge.

3. Pop the cartridge holder off of the top of the cartridge you are changing and pull the old cartridge out.

4. Carefully insert the new cartridge into the holder until it snap in place.

5. Close the front cover.

6. Your printer will automatically recognize the new cartridge.

7. Try to print a test page.

Oct 20, 2009 | Lexmark X5470 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Hp Office jet print cartridge error


Remove the cartridge and look at the cartridge holder. There should be a spring sticking out from the right side of the holder. The spring on these often breaks loose and will not allow the cartridge to seat properly. (Look at the left holder and compare it to the right one. They should look alike.) If the spring is loose, meaning the holder is broken, the holder needs to be replaced. I've tried gluing the spring in place but did not have good luck with this.

Feb 20, 2008 | HP OfficeJet 7410 All-In-One InkJet...

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New ink cartridge istallation: Brother MFC-240


I guess you d used generic ink carts?!
If yes, the cart holder needs replacement due to ink that has stained the led control. The ink has made a short circuit. The error can only be deleted by replacing the whole cart holder!

Jan 28, 2008 | Brother Multi-Function Center MFC-240C...

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