Well first the right cartridge says it';s wrong it's factory brand new it wont install redid 5 times already almost think I might get there soon.....now the cartridges are so stuck I have no clue how to possibly release them as that is not in the book and around I go...... please help thankyou if you can major problem the printer says right cartridge is wrong it is not....it's factory shipped now they are stuck why ? and how can I fix this.....it has been 2 weeks of non stop problems
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Try removing the cartridges, closing the printer, and disconnect the power. Let sit for at least 10 minutes, then hook up the power, wait until it stops making noises, the reinstall the cartridges, black first, then color, and if the alignment comes up again, press cancel. This should remove the error.
Hello HP 6110 Cartridge Issue : installing Cartridge on HP 6110 Printer Printer :Desk jet HP 6110 Analysis : it seems that you are trying for Replacing the print cartridges Solution : Please try the following steps to replace which is very simple and easy. The most important part is to understand and then apply without fear.. 1) Turn on the power of the printer 2) Lift the print carriage access door on the front of the unit Observe : the print carriage will move into the middle of the access area. 3) Release the cartridge to be replaced by pressing down lightly on the top of the carriage latch (You Need to Press Of force Single finger on the top of the Carriage Latch) and then pulling the lower section of the latch forward. Lift the latch. 4) Grasp the sides of the ink cartridge and pull the cartridge out to remove it. 5) NOW by Holding the cartridge with the printed label up, slide the cartridges,
one at a time, into the print carriage. Insert the black
print cartridge (HP 56) into the right side (with the gray latch) and
the tri-color print cartridge (HP 57) into the left side (with the blue
latch). 6) Latch the cartridge by pulling the lower section of the latch forward
and pressing the latch down. When the latch is down, release the lower
portion of the latch so that it catches under the tabs. Do not use
force or damage might occur. 7) Close the print cartridge access door..
Now check the by running a test print
Click Start , click Settings , and then click Printers . Right-click the all-in-one print icon and click Properties On the General tab of the Printer properties, click the Test Page option.
Try the above steps hope the best out of it Happy new year
Here are some HP support links that might be helpful... and a couple questions to consider.
Q: Is your new cartridge one of these listed below?
"The HP Officejet 6100 series and HP Digital Copier Printer 410 products use the print cartridges listed below: * HP 56 black print cartridge * HP 57 tri-color print cartridge * HP 58 photo cartridge (replaces the HP 56 black print cartridge for six-ink photo printing)"
info from: Installing a Print Cartridge http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00004340&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&rule=12548&product=79477
Is your new cartridge a refilled cartridge? Some times those have special challenges. Has your cartridge been sitting a while in the box, maybe in a warm spot? Some times even new cartridges dry out a little. Was your old cartridge low or completely gone? Just as a test, if you put it back in your printer does the old cartridge work? Any printer error messages? Can you print a test page or an alignment page for your black cartridge?
These might be too many questions but here are some HP support links with some How To information for getting more answers. Please let me know if any of these are helpful.
see also: Slow or No Response from Printer http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/documentSubCategory?rule=11882&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=79477
this kind of hp printer, have often a specific problem with a cartridge carriage. If you can observe (with a flashlight) inside of cartridge carriage, on the right side of carriage, you can see a small piece of spring made from steel, which is moved from his place, because an broken little piece of plastic.
if you see the spring which is moved, you also may see the hole created by the spring on the electrical contacts of the cartridge carriage.
if you can see the hole... you have a very bad news.
i dont know how much cost the repair of printer, but I tell you, this printer is discontinued.
Two ideas come to mind. First is that some HP printers have software installed for controlling the colour output for all programs, or only some programs, often called COLOR PROFILES or something similar. Open up the printer's PROPERTIES and then dig through the ADVANCED settings to try to find any reference to colour profiles and then reset them all to the default. Also dig through your machine's software and try to find any HP programs that might think they have a say in how things are printed, especially programs running all the time from the system tray in the lower right hand corner of the screen.
Or, it might be a few programs who are not doing colour output properly. When you print from a web site page, are the colours any closer?
I'm sure you've already done this, but download the latest drivers from the HP web site and install them, making sure they are for exactly your model.