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How to refill HP 802 small cartridge? do we have to insert the ink in the sponge?

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If problem is what I think it is (that is if you cleaned whole thing and it is connected proprely), you have only one option. To buy at least three cartridges...problem is due a small trick made by HP. Printer remembers at least two cartridge serial numbers, and then wont accept refilled ones. But if you first stick one, then the other, and on the end the third one(only this one should be really full) it should reset printer and it should foul it to accept it. But on some printers it needs up to five cartridges! What a waste of money :( Anyway, hope this helps...

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SOURCE: How to reset the ink level for a HP 60 ink cartridge

You cannot reset the ink level indicator for the HP 60 ink cartridge. It shouldn't matter anyway because the level is only estimated for "management purposes only" (see user manual) meaning to let you know when it's near time to order a new cartidge. I have tried cycling through 3 different cartridges to reset the ink level for the one I refilled but it didn't work. Refill and just ignore the ink level indicator. Also, it's a good idea to clean the print heads with the solvent in the refill kit before refilling to remove old ink and imrpove print quality.

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SOURCE: My refilled ink cartridge still displays empty and will not print

The ink cartridge is most likely chipped & you would not be able to reset the ink level. Purchase an original or a good compatible cartridge. Refiling newer cartridges is not a good idea.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: How to reset ink cartridges after refilling them

Go to the following website and download the freeware InkMonitor 2.1.2: http://www.pokluda.cz/. You have to add data about new cartridge. HP60 ink cartridge information, 200 pages per cartridge. This works great for me. It gives you a history of everything printed. This way you can gauge when its time to refill your cartridges. You must refill before they run out of ink or you will burn out the print heads and have to replace them.

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How much millilitre to inject in hp deskjet 1050 802 small cartridge


Hi Kamlesh

Do not over fill the cart. As the small cartridge can not hold much ink. It can take roughly about 8ml only. And the excess ink is left on the sides of the sponge inside. So what you do is fill the cartridge well untill you see the ink coming out of the nozzles and take a little amount of ink back in Syringe. And remember tilt the cartridge to the corner and use the other hold at the bottom side of the sticker to remove the excess ink left by the sponge.

Feb 03, 2012 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to refill hp 802 tri color ink catrage? please tell me


if you want to refilling yourself then your requirments must be syringe, ink
you have to take ink in the syringe and push the ink in the sacific point in the cartridge. you have to remeber that you should diffrent different syring fo different colour


thanks

Jun 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hi, I desperately need immediate help about how I can refill HP deskjet 1050 cartridges printer. Just refilled using syringe needle but the printer won't print and the cartridges ink level is showing...


Your printer will be using either of the foll:
HP 802 Black Ink Cartridge CH563ZZ
HP 802 Small Black Ink Cartridge CH561ZZ
HP 802 Small Tri-color Ink Cartridge CH562ZZ
HP 802 Tri-color Ink Cartridge CH564ZZ

after refill, use a dry tissue paper to wipe the head....(small metal head with 2 lines for ink flow in the bottom of the cartridge)...u also need to clean the small metal dots(15 to 20) on the cartridges...(these dots are for data....trf... connecting the cartridges to the printer....)

keep cleaning till the ink flow is fast and your tissue has lot of ink marks....hold the tissue in one hand (pam) and press the head to the tissue....move the cartridge on the tissue in a manner from say top to bottom of your pam....do this 5 to 6 times till the ink starts to flow smooth....

if the above does not give you the desired result....of clean ink flow....

the other option is to immerse the cartridge head (only) in hot boilling water.....
to do this....
boil water in a bowl....remove bowl from gas stove / microwave....pour the hot water in another bowl(normal temp...it will help you hold the bowl with your hand...just the water will be hot ) and immerse the cartridge head portion in it for some mins...till you can see the ink come out....wait...... and use the above tissue clean process for some time.....re-do the process if you dont see the ink flow...in the tissue....once you note lot of ink in the tissue....wipe the cartridge dry and install in printer and do a test print.....

you can also reset the ink level....give me some tiem and i will let you knwo how do that...

once you can print.....let me know....i will tell you the reset trick....

Reg
Kris

May 07, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to refill hp ink cartridge 802 small


Hi
I do not recommend the cartridge refills.
each manufacturer has its specific inks

Jan 19, 2011 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Hello'' can you tell me how to change the ink in the kodak printer?


  1. Open up the cartridge to reach the ink chamber within. For color and photo cartridges, just remove the lid with a sharp knife (insert it where the black and colored plastic meet) to find the three fill holes. On black cartridges, make a hole with a heated pin or drill on top of the cartridge where the letter "K" is.
  2. Step 2 Check the chambers in a color/photo cartridge to determine which color ink is in which chamber. Insert a different toothpick or pin into each chamber to draw out yellow, cyan or magenta ink.
  3. Step 3 Fill a plastic syringe bottle with enough ink in the color you are refilling. A black ink cartridge should need 10 to 15 milliliters. A color/photo cartridge takes 5 milliliters of each color.
  4. Step 4 Insert the syringe needle into the cartridge, sending the tip down to the bottom. The chamber contains a sponge, so you will need a small bit of force to push it in.
  5. Step 5 Inject the ink into the cartridge. Unlike other brands of cartridges, you want to saturate the sponge with ink in a Kodak cartridge. Depress the syringe plunger slowly until you can see the ink begin to surface on top of the sponge.
  6. Step 6 Wash all ink residue out of the syringe after you've refilled one shade of ink. If you intend to refill another color immediately, dry the syringe out first.
  7. Step 7 Replace the lid on a color/photo cartridge. Apply a strip of tape to the spot where you first removed the lid to secure it. You don't need to seal a hole you drilled in a black cartridge.
  8. Step 8 Leave the cartridge standing in a secure spot overnight. This helps the ink settle within the cartridge for even printing once the cartridge is back in the printer.

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Hp 6500 office jet refill


to refill 920:

1. If you have the plastic cap that covers the 9 mm. hole where you can see the sponge, then tape this cap to the cartidge with scotch tape. If not, use some duct/masking tape to cover the round hole.

2. Use the dry hypodermic needle to find the hole that will be found at the very center of the 920 label. With the needle, pierce the label.

3. Fill the hypodermic needle with 4 cc of ink.

4. Insert the needle 2-3 cm. into the hole made in step 2. Draw out 1 cc of air, then slowly force the 4 cc of ink into the sponge. Use toilet tissue to absorb any ink that might have escaped.

5. Let the catridge stand overnight (if possible) so as to allow the ink to evenly saturate the sponge. If not, insert it into your printer immediately.

Note: If you are going to refill catridges, be certain not to allow the sponge to dry completely. Thus, you might want to do step one immediately and to enclose it in a sealed sandwich bag upon removing an empty catridge from your printer even if you are not going to fill it immediately.

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Hp 920 xl ink cartridge filling instructions anyone have them


to refill 920:

1. If you have the plastic cap that covers the 9 mm. hole where you can see the sponge, then tape this cap to the cartidge with scotch tape. If not, use some duct/masking tape to cover the round hole.

2. Use the dry hypodermic needle to find the hole that will be found at the very center of the 920 label. With the needle, pierce the label.

3. Fill the hypodermic needle with 4 cc of ink.

4. Insert the needle 2-3 cm. into the hole made in step 2. Draw out 1 cc of air, then slowly force the 4 cc of ink into the sponge. Use toilet tissue to absorb any ink that might have escaped.

5. Let the catridge stand overnight (if possible) so as to allow the ink to evenly saturate the sponge. If not, insert it into your printer immediately.

Note: If you are going to refill catridges, be certain not to allow the sponge to dry completely. Thus, you might want to do step one immediately and to enclose it in a sealed sandwich bag upon removing an empty catridge from your printer even if you are not going to fill it immediately.

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How do i refill an ink cartidge?:


There are five holes in the top of your cartridge. You can get the label off with a razor blade or a heat gun. Then inject the ink through one of the holes and hope you don't get an air bubble in the sponge. Do not allow ink to float on top of the sponge as the cartridge will not work.

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Refilling ink cartridges


hp74a.jpg HP #74 Cartridge Refill Instructions
Black cartridge

Instructions
1. Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
2. Peal off the top label. hp74b.jpg
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

Jan 14, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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