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Chatters When I turn it on, my HP6110xi starts normally, and the cartridges move to the middle of the rod, but then a chatter sets in. It goes "dit dit dit" (pause for 1/2 second) "dit dit dit" (pause) ad infinitum until I turn it off. What is wrong?

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  • AlWash Feb 10, 2008

    Thanks for trying, but the chattering continues

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Hi,

i belive that your printer needs to be resetted. Just try the reset options which are for HP 6110xi.

POWER DRAIN:-Turn off the printer, Unplug the power cable from printer and from the wall outlet.Press and hold ON buton for 30-60 seconds.


PARTIAL RESET:-Unplug the printer power cable while its ON, press and hold # and 3 button and connect the Power cord while holding.Wait untill the ON light flashes, then release the buttons.

----(for below reset cartridges must be removed out)---------

SEMI_FULL RESET:-Unplug the printer power cable while its ON, press and hold # and 6 button and connect the Power cord while holding.Wait untill the ON light flashes,or wait for 20 seconds,hen release the button.If the printer goes off dont worry release the button and Push the ON button.


FULL NVM RESET:-Take the Ink Cartridges out, Unplug the printer power cable while its ON, press and hold OK and CANCEL button and connect the Power cord while holding the buttons.keep Holding the buttons until the printer goes off ,release the button and Push the ON button.

(Notes - resets will take a while)


Thank You

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

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