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Re: Changing cartridges.5610 all in one
Not too hard..open up the instructions poster or manual, and follow those carefully. Be really careful NOT to put your fingers on the copper colored bottom of the print cartridges for any reason. I sometimes wear those EMT gloves to do this, just to make sure.
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The cartridges are not seating all the way - are you sure all the tape has been removed from the cartridge? Also, use a flashlight and look on the ink cartridge carriage - make sure there's no paper of tape sitting on it that would keep the ink catridges from seating properly. The ink cartridges should go in and you should feel them click into place.
Turn on your printer and raise the lid or press the cartridge changing button.
Wait for the cartridge carrier to slide out.
Lift the cartridge holder lid, and the cartridge will pop up for removal.
Carefully remove the tape from the ink opening on the bottom of new cartridge.
Insert the new cartridge into the cartridge carrier. Make sure the new
cartridge is oriented the same way that the old cartridge had been.
Close the cartridge holder lid and press the cleaning button to charge the cartridge.
Close printer cover.
With the printer on, open the door to the ink cartridges (on right front). The cartridges will move over. Tip them out. Remove the bright colored (can't remember what color) loose strip from the print head on the new cartridge and put them in the same way they came out. They are numbered and so it's pretty hard to mess them up.