Question about HP Officejet Pro L7590 All-in-One InkJet Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP L7680 print head problem
Resetting the All-in-One
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Simple solution is:
Replace the Black and Yellow Print Catridges. The print heads are mounted to the bottom of the catridges and these, depending on whther they're from HP or not. can have a hard time conducting electricity properly, and in turn.. spitting ink out properly.
Also happens often with aftermarket Catridges because HP puts chips on the catridge. be sure to put an HP catridge. Sometimes you get what you pay for :)
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: I keep getting the following
Only solution to this one (and I know) buy another printer. I had this problem a couple of years ago on an earlier HP Officejet and the solution given was to spend about $200 less to have it fixed than it cost; made it more beneficial to go out and buy a new one as the new ones cost a lot less than they did a year or two ago (plus this gives you the warranty). "thinks: Seems that all these problems happen just after warranty expires - ah wel......"
One of the most common events for this appear to be during change of cartridge(s) for the printer.
Hope this has helped somewhat
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
When you removed the paper it's possible your damaged it and that's why the message is not going away. Did you try to put the cartridge back in to make sure it had not come out of position and just remove the power cord for a minute then plugging it back it.
Here are the steps to make sure you properly change the cartridges and the heads...
Install the ink cartridges and printheads Step one: Install the ink cartridges All four ink cartridges must be correctly installed for the HP All-in-One to work. Follow the steps below to Install cartridges:
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Re-insert the print cartridges. It is also possible that the heads are burnt. Get a new set of print heads (black/yellow) and install to the printer. If problem persists, clean the contacts on the printers. Use acetone + cotton swabs.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
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does the printhead run smoothly to the left side of the printer when it is powered on?
If the printhead cant run that freely, it will give you the paperjam message. You have to dismantle the printer again, connect the scanner and cables again when top cover is removed. Press the scanner open contact (opposite to the menu button) and watch the printhead run to the left side. It might be that either the printhead stucks somewhere on its way (press the cover of the printhead. It might be the reason) or the guide rail hinders the printhead to move.
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