Question about Lexmark X6650 4-In-One Wireless InkJet Printer
How do I open my Lexmark to put new ink in. Can't find my book and my grandson, who always does it for me, is out of town?
Here's a link to the Lexmark website to guide you on how to install/replace the cartridges on your Lexmark printer. http://bit.ly/cevMS4. The printer shown may not look exactly like your printer, however, the steps are the same. But, there are cases that the cartridge carrier doesn't move to the center when you lift the scanner unit. If that happens, unplug the printer from the power source. With the scanner unit lifted, hold the solid white tape you see inside the printer. The other end is connected to the ink cartridge carrier. Slowly drag the carrier to the center to remove the cartridges and install the new ones. Close the covers. Close the scanner unit. Plug printer back to power source. Let it print the alignment page to align the cartridges. Hope this helps.
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