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How to Disassemble HP Officejet 6110 for cleaning

I have the same "grinding" problem with a print head that keeps moving back and forth and not working that other people on here describe. Every solution talks about cleaning the glass, however, they don't tell you how to actually lift the top frame off to GET TO the glass. I'm not talking about the little strip of glass on the left, I'm talking about the Big Enchilada, giant piece of glass that covers the top. I've gotten as far as undoing all the screws, taking the left strip of glass off and the front button panel completely off. It LOOKS like the plastic frame around the glass should lift right up -- except that IT DOESN'T. I am at my wits' end...would someone please instruct me from here???

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  • medlawcat123 Feb 16, 2008

    I already did it on my own, thanks. I asked for a solution, not for someone to send a belitting response.

  • Beniamin Feb 19, 2008

    I need to clean the other side of the scanner glass, and I am at this same point---I have unscrewed the screws from the scanner bed, taken the front control panel off, and now I can't figure out how to make the whole thing let go when I lift it!

    I did a search for the "service manual," but came up with nothing. Any advice?

  • twanprive Sep 12, 2008

    I did 6 steps but how to lift the front?

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    oh wd40 mine does the clunking and grinding took aprt everything looks good must be a logic control error

  • James F Roberts Nov 19, 2011

    Could you please share how you did it so we can learn?

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I had a problem when i started up my printer the scanner would go out about half-way to the end and when it comes back it woyuld make a sound as if it where stuck. so what i did was i completely disassembled it. if anybody has any questions then just let me know

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I had the same problem yhe carrage went to the end and just banged i sprayed wd40at the end and it works well

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I'd be remiss in suggesting that this is that simple. The service manual shows a seven step process for removing that glass. You sure you want to mess with that?

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 16, 2008

    there's always one in the crowd, isn't there Mr. Jackson?

  • Amonptah Maat Aug 20, 2016

    Hi Patrick,
    Mike here.i would like acquire/purchase the service manual,or other reliable instructions to disassemble/reassemble the printer; can you assist me?

    i want instructions to disassemble the printer in order to replace the ink carriage assembly( this is the unit that hold both ink cartridges) ; hp corp doesn't have it any more /out of print. I don't need the reference manual/ user guide,nor the trouble shooting guide.

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Fiend your solution direct from Hp. Here is your solution....

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http://www.hp.com/printer/prob676ijt65/solution

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