Black is not printing after replacing with new cartridge
I have replaces the black cartridge and the black will no longer print. I have performed the deep cleaning and everything. I have thied with 2 new cartridges and still no luck. It was printing fine before I replaced the black cartridge.
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It seems print head clogged,this issue not related with cartridge, perform clean print heads 3-4 times & chk, if no result replace the print head (CN642A).. I won't suggest for manual cleaning for this print head unit.. Thanks for listening me..
To replace the print cartridges 1. Make sure the HP All-in-One is on. Caution If the HP All-in-One is off when you open the print cartridge door to access the print cartridges, the HP All-in-One will not release the cartridges for changing. You might damage the HP All-in-One if the print cartridges are not docked safely on the right side when you try to remove them. 2. Open the print cartridge door. The print carriage moves to the far right side of the HP All-in-One. 3. Wait until the print carriage is idle and silent, and then lightly press down on a print cartridge to release it. If you are replacing the tri-color print cartridge, remove the print cartridge from the slot on the left. If you are replacing the black or photo print cartridge, remove the print cartridge from the slot on the right. 4. Pull the print cartridge toward you out of its slot. 5. If you are removing the black print cartridge in order to install the photo print cartridge, store the black print cartridge in the print cartridge protector or an airtight plastic container. If you are removing the print cartridge because it is low or out of ink, recycle the print cartridge. The HP Inkjet Supplies Recycling Program is available in many countries/regions, and lets you recycle used print cartridges free of charge. For more information, go to the following website: www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/environment/recycle/inkjet.html 6. Remove the new print cartridge from its packaging and, being careful to touch only the black plastic, gently remove the plastic tape by using the pink pull tab. 7. Slide the new print cartridge forward into the empty slot. Then gently push on the upper part of the print cartridge forward until it clicks into the socket. If you are installing the tri-color print cartridge, slide it into the left slot. If you are installing a black or photo print cartridge, slide it into the right slot. 8. Close the print cartridge door 9. If you installed a new print cartridge, the print cartridge alignment process begins. 10. Make sure you have plain paper loaded in the input tray, and then press OK. 11. The HP All-in-One aligns the print cartridges. Recycle or discard the print cartridge alignment sheet. 12. Press OK.
if it is a new black ink cartridge and the printer still wont print black start by:
A: Simply making sure the settings are ok. To do this, go to file>print. When the printer box shows up. click properties.
From there, you will be able to see color settings. (ex. black, grayscale, full color.) Try switching to black or "use black cartridge only.
B. If "a" does not work for you, the print head which hold the ink cartridge is clogged or no longer working. Through the cannon window on the printer, try running a print head cleaning or any maintenance program.
If there's still no black, the print head has seen better days and needs replacing. Most of the time it is more effective to get a new printer.
It sounds like you are either out of black ink or you have a clogged black printhead. Perform a nozzle check/test page, then do 3-4 printhead cleanings. Run another nozzle check/test page and compare it to the first one. If you see improvement, keep cleaning your printheads until the black printhead is unclogged. If you do not see any improvement, you may need to replace the black ink cartridge. (I am assuming that your printer uses a tri-color and black ink cartridge) Replacing the ink cartridge will give you a new printhead (attached to the ink cartridge).
Is the black case broken?Do you try with another black cartridge?If not, try it.You can't put color cartridge in black case.There is an option to replace all carriage unit.Please contact service in your area.
check the cartridge contacts in the printer \
a lot of time they geet covered in ink this will not allow the cartridge to print properly and cause headaches
clean with a baby wipe or a paper towel with soap on it
dry thuoly with hair dryer and try again
I have had the same problem It is the print head not the cartridge If your printer is still under warranty have the printhead(s) replaced if not Open the unit where the print heads are and hold the OK button for 5 seconds. The Print head carriage will move to the left
Carefully remove the KY (Black & Yellow) Print head with a cotton swab and alcohol clean the contacts and replace the printhead. If this does not work remove the printhead and then with a spray bottle spray the nozzle area on the bottom (DO NOT TOUCH THE NOZZLES AS THEY WILL BE DESTROYED) HP techs have told me this will void any warranty so act accordingly I use a printhead cleaning solution available from most any online ink supplier
Replace the printhead after it has dried out (less than a minute). The printer will then go through an alignment cycle and should print I had to do this several times before the print head performed as it should
I had this problem also. There were short-term solutions, but nothing worked for any length of time. In the end the only solution was to buy a new printer.
Epson have deliberately built obsolence into these printers. After a pre-determined number of prints, they just stop working. Clever fixes keep them limping on a bit longer, but eventually you have no alternative but to replace them. On principle, you should therefore replace your planned-obsolescence printer with a non-Epson machine. But then you'll be left with your stock of cheap Chinese printer cartridges!
In the 1960s Ralph Nader made his name as a consumer champion by campaigning against US car companies. They used to build in pre-programmed obsolence into your car so that after a certain amount of time you were forced to buy a new one. Just like Epson is doing today.