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Hi,

HP Printer Heads are actually attached in the cartridges. Just change carts and you're good to go.

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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I have an ESP2150 with an error message of printhead loose or missing. I checked print cartridges, I replaced print cartridges, I re-installed software and drivers.....I still receive the same error...


Hello,
Unfortunately, trying to diagnose a printer without actually looking at the printer is a little like trying to diagnose a car engine over the phone. But, from the sound of it, the problem you are having is not exactly pertaining to the print "cartridges" but the print "head" which is the part of the printer that actually introduces the ink to the paper, and is actually part of the tray the ink cartridges fit into. Here is a picture of it:
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This print head is able to be removed and replaced if needed. It may be something as trivial as being loose. You can remove it from the printer and reinstall it to make sure it is seated correctly. Here is a link for instructions on Kodak's website on how to uninstall and replace the print head:
Installing and replacing print head.

If the print head is either damaged or worn out (which can happen) you can replace the print head, which I just did a search online for one and it appears the print head is only around $35.00 to replace it. Here is a link to where I found a replacement print head:
Kodak Print Head Replacement for ESP2150

I hope this helps.

-Nathan

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Lexmark 300S is not printing black and all my ink is full. Whats the prob


Inkjet printers need to be used frequently to prevent ink drying out and blocking the print head nozzles.
If the print head cleaning maintenance routine does not clear the blockages, then print head needs replacing, but it may be expensive.
It may be more cost effective to buy a later model and better printer than replace the print head. This model Canon/Epson printer may only let you use genuine Canon/Epson printer cartridges. If you try to refill these ink cartridges it will not work because the Canon/Epson cartridges have an embedded chip in the cartridge that detects the empty cartridge even though it has been refilled.

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Even after reinstalling printhead an ink cartridges on Kodakhero 5.1 printer, I still get the error message that the printhead is loose, missing, or not properly installed. What do I do?


Most likely this is a print head issue. The print head is what the cartridges sit in inside of the printer. To attempt to resolve it, do the following:

(1) Open the printer and wait for the carriage to slide over. If for some reason it does not follow these instructions:
(a) Unplug the printer
(b) Manually slide the carriage over until you can get the ink cartridges out.
(2) Remove the ink cartridges from the print head.
(3) Use cotton swabs dipped in isopropyl alcohol or hot water or a mix of hot water and isopropyl alcohol to thoroughly clean the print head.
(4) Repeat this until there is no ink residue coming off on the cotton swab.
(5) Once finished, allow to dry and replace the cartridges
(6) Try to print something now

If that does not work, then you need to try soaking the print head. In this case:
(1) Remove the print head from the printer
(2) Soak it in hot water for an hour or so
(3) Remove it, let it dry completely
(4) Replace the print head and cartridges and test it

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I keep on getting Ink System Failure for HP 309a inkjet printer. I tried to clean the printer head still no lack.


Most likely, it is a print head issue. The print head is what the printer cartridge sit in inside the printer. To fix the problem, please do the following:

1) Open the printer and wait for the carriage to slide over.
2) Remove the ink cartridges from the print head.
3) Use cotton swabs dipped in hot water or a mix of hot water and isopropyl alcohol to clean the printer head and electronic contacts on ink cartridge.
4) Repeat the same procedure until no ink residue coming off on the cotton swab.
5. Once finished, allow to dry and put back the ink cartridges in.
6. Try printing.

If the above troubleshooting won't work then maybe one of the cartridges is defective or both. If none of the cartridges are defective, then you need to replace the print head.

I hope this helps.

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Replaced ink cartridges, printer goes through all the motions, but paper comes out blank. I have done all the maintenance steps. What gives?


Cannon ink cartridges go into a print head. This is normally a removable box the ink cartridge sits in.

First remove the head and the cartridges from it. Now try this to clean the old ink off the print head, rub/soak the print head in alcohol. Make sure the print head is complete dry and place the ink back in it and return to the printer. Try to print a page, if you have the same results you need to replace the print head.

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I just replace both ink cartridges and now the printer will not come on it shows that the ink cartridges are empty.


is the ink cartridges new? if it is new try re installing the devices software, if you done that and message still the same then there is a problem with your printer head maybe it is dirty or you may need a new printer head
cartridge replaced

regards

michael

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Printing in wrong colors


You need to go to the maintenance tab on your printer properties and deep clean the head. If that fails, remove the print cartridges and poor some rubbing alcohol on the print head enough to wet it, replace cartridges and deep clean again, if that fails you may need a new print head or replace the printer, cost dependent.

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My Epson cx7450 ran out of ink a while ago. I


Did you remove the cartridges when it went out of ink? If so, the printer head is clogged. Anyway, If you didn't remove the cartridges and the "a while ago" means "Long time ago", is more likely the printer head is clogged. You may need to run the "cleaning printer head" feature from the printer or replace the printer head.

Inkjet printers should be used frequently to avoid this issue.

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