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Make shure the cartridge works or check lables should have a diagram the proper way to instale it

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Cartridges not engaged error 10 92 03 hp 3800n


Sounds like one or more of the cartridge lock levers or slide levers may be broken. If this printer is very old, you may want to consider replacing it. See...
http://printertechsforum.com/forum/showthread.php?3861-HP-LaserJet-3800n-10-92-03-cartridges-not-engaged-error

May 19, 2014 | Canon Computers & Internet

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It displays either code 59.51 or10.92.02 not engadged


It's likely either a bad Cyan cartridge or ribbon cable pinched. This is what I found on DepotTechSupport (so the solution isn't mine, just the searching) :-)

59.51, 59.61 ERROR
http://depottechsupport.com/index.php?/Troubleshooter/Step/View/8

59.51 ERROR 59.61 ERROR An error occurred with the cyan printcartridge drive motor during startup or rotation. 1. Check that connectors J5004 on the cyan print-cartridge drive motor and J207 on the driver PCA are seated correctly. 2. Replace the cyan print-cartridge drive motor. 3. Replace the driver PCA

http://depottechsupport.com/index.php?/Troubleshooter/Step/View/8
10.92.YY CARTRIDGES NOT ENGAGED
10.92.YY CARTRIDGES NOT ENGAGED The print cartridges are not engaged correctly. YY Description: 00 Black 01 Cyan 02 Magenta 03 Yellow 1. Open and then close the front door. 2. Make sure all the print cartridges are seated correctly. 3. Turn the printer off and then on. 4. Inspect each cartridge lock-lever (on the right side). Open the front door and remove all cartridges and the ETB. Then use the ETB holder on the right side to move the lock-levers up and down. Replace the cartridge lock if it is broken. 5. Inspect the right side cam. This piece controls the movement of the cartridge engagement arm, the cartridge shutters, and the OPC drive. You can inspect this piece without taking off the covers by wiggling the white rod arm on the right side of the ETB. If it moves easily, the part is broken and should be replaced. 6. Inspect the ribbon cables. Folded or damaged ribbon cables can cause a short that generates an error. 7. Inspect the cartridge guide rails to see if any are damaged. 8. Upgrade the DC controller firmware. 9. Clean the contacts on the memorycontroller PCA. 10. Verify that contact is being made with the E-label PCA on the print cartridge. Replace the print cartridge if the Elabel PCA is missing. 11. On the DC controller, make sure that connectors J1022 and J1023 are seated correctly. On the driver PCA, make sure that connectors J201 and J401 are seated correctly. 12. Check the gears on the print-cartridge drive motors. Replace defective motors.

Sep 09, 2013 | HP COLOR LASERJET CP 3505 N PRINTER

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Hp Deskjet 5550 cartridge won't engage; stays centered


it is the problem with the door sensor check for the sensor clean it

Jun 06, 2013 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Cartridges will not engage


Check on the left hand side where the cartridge slides in there is a small swivelling retaining triangle of plastic that is lifted up by a thin plastic rod (hidden) when the front door is opened. if this triangle becomes detached from the hidden operating rod then that cartridge will not lock in. the problem appears to be on the right side but it is this left triangle causing the problem.

simply locate the small plastic triangle and attach a 6 inch piece of scellotape to the triangle so you lift it up to allow the cartridge to slide and lock in place. then give the scellotape a sharp tug and it will come free and the small locking triangle will drop down in place and the cartridge is locked.

Nov 11, 2012 | HP LaserJet 3600n Printer

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Problem : 10.92.00 cartridges not engaged. The front door do not close probably I removed all cartridges the front door closed and the printers worked. Reinstalling the cartridges failed with same error...


10.92.00 The Black print cartridge are not engaged correctly.

? Open and then close the front door.
? If the message persists, make sure all the print cartridges are seated correctly.
? Clean the contacts on the memorycontroller PCA.
? Make sure that connectors J302, J303, J304, and J305 on the memorycontroller PCA are seated correctly. Also make sure that connector J1020 on the DC controller is seated correctly.
? Replace the memory-controller PCA if it is damaged.
? Check the gears on the print-cartridge drive motors. Replace defective motors.
? Replace the DC controller.

Aug 10, 2011 | HP LaserJet 3600n Printer

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Attention light flashing, showing - 10.92.00 cartridges not engaged


10.92.00

The black cartridges are not engaged correctly.

? Open and then close the front door.
? If the message persists, make sure all
the print cartridges are seated correctly.
? Clean the contacts on the memorycontroller
PCA.
? Make sure that connectors J302, J303,
J304, and J305 on the memorycontroller
PCA are seated correctly.
Also make sure that connector J1020 on
the DC controller is seated correctly.
? Replace the memory-controller PCA if it
is damaged.
? Check the gears on the print-cartridge
drive motors. Replace defective motors.
? Replace the DC controller.

Jul 08, 2011 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Cartridges Not Engaged message on screen after replacing yellow cartridge. Had Disabled the old cartridge before replacing in order to keep printing. HELP


The 10.92.YY CARTRIDGES NOT ENGAGED error has 2 digits represented by the YY. These indicate the cartridge that has the issue and are:

00 Black
01 Cyan
02 Magenta
03 Yellow

Steps to follow in sequence and test after each one is completed are:

  1. Open and then close the front door.

  1. If the message persists, make sure all the print cartridges are seated correctly.

  1. Clean the contacts on the memory controller PCA.

  1. Make sure that connectors J302, J303, J304, and J305 on the memory controller PCA are seated correctly. Also make sure that connector J1020 on the DC controller is seated correctly.

  1. Replace the memory-controller PCA if it is damaged.

  1. Check the gears on the print-cartridge drive motors. Replace defective motors.

  1. Replace the DC controller.

Sep 22, 2009 | HP LaserJet 3600n Printer

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HP 3500 color printer


If you can see what is stopping the door from closing, and it appears to be on the right side of the printer near the top where the cartridge engaging pins are, and you remove all the cartridges and transfer belt and the door closes well, you may want to try this: There is a small silver screw at the top of the right corner of the case. When our front door would not close properly with the cartridges and transfer belt assembly installed, I took off the right side cover and took out that top corner screw. Then I slid the long white engaging rack that is on the lower right side of the printer toward the front door, which retracted those cartridge pins that are triangularly-shaped on their ends. Once the door would close properly with the cartridges and the transfer belt installed,and the pins engaged properly to open the cartridges as the door closed, I put the top corner screw back in and the side cover back on. I hope that helps you.

Sep 17, 2007 | HP Color LaserJet 3500 Printer

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