Question about HP OfficeJet 7310 All-In-One InkJet Printer
As soon as I turn on the computer I get a remove and check cartridge on right error
I know this might not sound like a good thing to do, but it fixed it for me. I licked my finger and rubbed it on the circuit board on the cartrige, then put it back in the printer. It seems to be working fine.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Well, I just had the same problem with my 7310, found out a had a cut in the flex circuit. What a bunch of BS, what a dumb design flaw. Calling HP is no help, I had some indian who told me its 6 years old and should get a new one, then started trying selling me new printers, she said at a discount but was a bunch of ****. I looked up the printers she was trying to sell me and there was no discount. So I bought a Canon. :)
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
I just had the same issue with HP 2610 Error "remove and check cartridge on right" i finally found out by replaceing the old one and turning on and off the machine that it was the new cartridge from HP that was causing the error. going to pick up a new cartridge now hope that is the final answer.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
I found the problem to be the ink cartridge itself. I had it refilled but my friend told me that the circuits on the heads of these things burned out. Luckly this guy own's an ink station and he replaced my old cartridge for free. The original issue began with a "remove and check cartridge" error message. After removing it and replacing it a couple of times another error displayed "Incorrect Cartdridge." It wouldn't suprise me if the companies you purchase the ink cartridges from are selling recycled ink cartridges that are not properly re-manufactured. When they refill these cartridges they are not replacing the circuits on the heads of these things. That could be the issue many of you are complaining about. The printer itself is fine.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
Pull out the cartridge and shine a flashlight in and look at the flex circuit. Mine got damaged by the cartridge spring which gets loose. I think this is a common problem caused by a design defect. I am trying to talk to HP about it now.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Pshloos, did you find the solution for the flex circuit
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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