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Printer Not Align

I have problem with my HP deskjet 9600 printer, it has just waste ink full, after clean the waste, printer can't print center, I try to use printing alignment facility and change cartridge not solve, and I have same problem with new cartridge. Please ... help me..

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Pls replace the printer en-coder strip, after that check it will solved automatically.

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I have refilled ink in my cartridge but when i try to print nothing comes out i.e it gives faint copies


Ink is full but nib is faulty will pen writes? similarly cartridge refilled with ink but nozzles are clogged/blocked then print wont happen properly..before refilling the cartridge check nozzle status, clean nozzles properly then refill it. Remedy1:Take little warm water pour in small container dip nozzles in water wait some 2-3 minutes clean nozzle area with dry smooth cloth...try it till print quality improves..Remedy2: You can do clan/align process through printer drivers properties..

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"ink absorber is almost full, contact service center" - what does this mean?


Inkjet printer has waste ink absorber inside, sponge alike. The function of waste ink absorber is to localize and keep waste ink safe inside the printer and does not harm the electrical parts.
Waste ink is produced from print head cleaning process and borderless printing. When capacity of the ink absorber raise to about 90% then warning message appears.
You need to bring your printer to the nearest service center to get waste ink absorber replaced.

Source:
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E-manualshop: Online source of service manual

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Printer won't print. Says to contact service


Issue: Alarm / Power light flashes orange 8 times consecutively (Waste Ink Nearly Full Error)
Solution: Press the <RESUME/CANCEL> button to clear the error (1700)
Waste ink absorber error 1700
The printer has a built-in waste ink absorber to hold the ink used during print head cleaning. Eight flashes indicates that this absorber is nearly full.

Press the <RESUME/CANCEL> button on the printer to clear the error, so you can continue the print job. The printer will need to be serviced as soon as possible.


Issue: Alarm / Power light flashes orange 8 times consecutively (Waste Ink Nearly Full Error)
Solution: Press the <RESUME/CANCEL> button to clear the error (1700)
Waste ink absorber error 1700
The printer has a built-in waste ink absorber to hold the ink used during print head cleaning. Eight flashes indicates that this absorber is nearly full.

Press the <RESUME/CANCEL> button on the printer to clear the error, so you can continue the print job. The printer will need to be serviced as soon as possible.


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Cannot print


the waste ink container is full. The printer has a small container internally which has a piece of sponge in it. When the printer goes through a cleaning cycle, the ink used to clean the print heads is discarded into here. When the sponge gets saturated, the printer stops.. Most can be removed through a hatch on the base of the printer and can then be cleaned with warm water but be warned, the sponge will drip everywhere !! Dry the sponge and refit, then turn the printer back on..

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I am getting unwanted black stripes when i do colour-printing. on my old pc i used to be able to clean/test the printing head but i dont have that facility now & can't see it on the net. any tips...


First run a cleaning cycle and test print. You can get this from Control Panel - Printers - Select Printer name and right click - select Properties and then Maintenance.

Then

1. Select Normal or Best, rather than Draft, in the Paper Type/Quality option in the Page Setup Screen.
2. Align the print cartridges. Select the Calibrate panel on the HP deskjet utility screen, then click the Align button.
3. Decrease ink density or drying time.
a. Click File > Print > Paper Type/Quality.
b. Click the Ink tab.
c. Use the sliders to adjust ink density and ink dry time.

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Check ink


Printer Toolbox

Use the printer Toolbox to perform the following tasks:

• Align the print cartridges
• Automatically clean print cartridges
• Print a test page
View estimated ink levels -This is what you would click on.

To open the printer Toolbox
  • 1. Open the Printer Properties dialog box.
  • 2. Click the Features tab, and then click the Printer services button.
The Toolbox is displayed.

I Hope This Helps.

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Hp deskjet 5550-prints a ''hp deskjet 5550 Series'' page


Hi all of you
your problem sound as you have hanged Button, try clean it and refit it.
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i think the inside printer have dirt or obstacles that blocken the cartridges while printing.
try to clean manually the printer by using powerful air blower,repeatedly.

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Cartridge alignment using vista


Option 1:- This method of aligning or cleaning ink cartridges will work for most computers and printers. Follow the instructions below to align (calibrate) or clean the ink cartridges:
(NOTE: If the following steps are not the same as those you see on your computer, skip to the next option. Each option does not work on every computer.)
Click Start, then Printers and Faxes.
Click the desired printer icon to highlight it.
Click File, then Printing Preferences.
Click the Services tab.
Click Open Toolbox.
Click the desired task.
Option 2:- Follow the instructions below to align (calibrate) or clean the ink cartridges:
(NOTE: If the steps below do not match what you see on your computer, skip to the next option. Each option does not work on every computer)
Click Start, then Printers and Faxes.
Click the desired printer icon to highlight it.
Click File and Properties.
Click the Services tab.
Click the desired task.
Option 3:- Follow the instructions below to align (calibrate) or clean the ink cartridges:
(NOTE: If the steps below do not match what you see on your computer, skip to the next option. Each option does not work on every computer)
Double-click the XXXX Printer Assistant icon on the Desktop.
Click the Utilities button or the Tools and Updates button.
Click the Printer Maintenance button.
Click the desired task.
Option 4:-Follow the instructions below to align (calibrate) or clean the ink cartridges:
(NOTE: If the steps below do not match what you see on your computer, skip to the next option. Each option does not work on every computer)
Right-click the Printer icon on the Taskbar.
Click Open Toolbox.
On the Device Services tab, click the desired task.
Option 5:-Follow the instructions below to align (calibrate) or clean the ink cartridges:
(NOTE: If the steps below do not match what you see on your computer, skip to the next option. Each option does not work on every computer)
Click Start, Programs, HP DeskJet (your printer) series vX.X, then HP DeskJet (your printer) series vX.X Toolbox.
Click the Device Services tab.
Click the desired task.
Option 6:-Follow the instructions below to align (calibrate) or clean the ink cartridges:
(NOTE: If the steps below do not match what you see on your computer, go to one of the other options. Each option does not work on every computer)
Click Start, Programs, Hewlett-Packard, HP DeskJet XXXX series, then Printer Assistant.
Click the Utilities button or the Tools and Updates button.
Click the Printer Maintenance button.
Click the desired task.
Option 7:-Double-click the HP Director icon on the Desktop.
Click the Utilities option.
Click the Printer Maintenance button.
Click the desired task.

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hi, the printer has rubber rollers which pulls the paper in during printing, it seems like one side of the intake pully does not have enough presure or the rubber has hardned or worn out, hence it is slipping off,check that area , let me know.

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