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After replacing my printer cartridges, the printer will not print.

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Open your bakside and check your fuser assembly there is no any paper jam.
then reattach back side.
then pull cartridge and reattach it.
thenrestart your printer
now your pro is almost solved

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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hi maggievalley,

I need you to make absolutely sure that you followed the installation procedure of the cartridges correctly. Some manufacturers put a kind of tape on the cartridge when it ships from their factories to prevent ink from leaking out of the cartridge during transportation. This tape must be removed prior to installing the cartridge in a printer to allow the ink to flow out of the cartridge.
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Thanks for getting back to me.
Sorry this ain't a solution but it seems to be the only cash-free way to contact you. No problem not solved - though I have tried everything. Dismantled the printer; washed, dried and replaced the waste ink pads; washed the print head; blew compressed air through the print-head sponge; replaced the cartridge 3 times; printed hundreds of test prints. I can't think of anything else to do and so I think the only solution is to replace the printhead (probably not even available) or replace the printer. The latter is looking most likely.

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Hi,

Just to confirm pls:
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You can try removing both cartridges and clean the gold colored contacts where the pink tape was. Pls do the same to the mate pins in the cartridge holder in the printer.

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Ok well i'm a little confused on this one also, i presume you are referring to a HP printer and the message is displayed.

Try this and let us know if it makes sense to you.

There's a section in your Users Guide about this message.
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