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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: refilling ink cartridges
HP #74 Cartridge
1. Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
2. Peal off the top label.
3. Fill the syringe with 20ml. of black ink.
4. Very S-L-O-W-L-Y inject ink into any hole (they all go to the same sponge, HP just used the same color mold for the black ink cartridges).
5. When finished, replace the top label or leave it off (it will make no difference in the printing).
6. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
Or print the following pages:
http://www.refillinstructions.com/black.htm for Black
For best results, leave cartridge in printer for 8 hours after refilling so the ink can saturate the entire sponge.
A Refill Kit should include Ink plus the following:
One 30cc Syringe
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
try also resetting the ink levels once ink is flowing out holes. If ink is not blotting from cartridge onto unscented wipe, you may need more ink to let ink get to bottom, to force air bubble out. Half filled ink will create bubbles. Try blowing into ink refil hole also. When ink is free flowing out printer end, you know it is ready to go, and reset cartridges on printer too (ink levels) cheers lilacgerry
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
If it responds ok with the old cartridge then the problem is with the cartridges' chip not the printer. Probably the manufactor has a problem with certain cartridge chip (contact them!). I would suggest to use the original at the problematic spot if it works without a problem.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: HP Deskjet F4280 Ink Level
when you refill the cardtridge, you can not reset the ink level... because refilling doesn't show the ink levels.. you no need to worry. if ink is there in the carttridge it will print...
Shouldn't worry about it. They are only a rough guide. The only time to worry about it is when the printer stops working and it has told you it's run out of ink! Thank you.......
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: I used to refill the ink cartridge of HP Deskjet D1460 by injecting ink. The problem is the level of ink is not resetted to full level, its still very low level. However, the printer prints normally
Close the top left pin at head contactor (1 pin only), with tape. Plug it in head carriage. Unplug it. Close to top rigtht with tape too. Plug the head. Unplug head. Remove all the tape cleanly. Plug again. See ink monitor.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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