Question about HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer
To clear this problem you will have to run a deep cleaning of the nozzles using new OEM cartridges. If you have been using aftermarket or refilled (AM/R) cartridges, they have most likely gummed up the nozzles. The inks used in these AM/R cartridges vary in their quality and generally are marginal in meeting the manufacturer's specifications.
It will take a number of passes (at least 3 times) with the cleaning utility using OEM cartridges to clear the problem. You can get by for a while using AM/R cartridges, but you should keep the OEM cartridges around to clear clogged nozzles.
Let me know if this clears the problem.
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Posted on May 31, 2010
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