Question about HP Photosmart D7560 InkJet Printer
You may need to clean them manually. Take out each cartridge, clean its electronic panel with tissue soaked in a bit of methylated spirit. Also clean the area of contact in the carriage for each cartridge.
If patiently and carefully done all the colours will begin to print; so long as they are still flowing at the nozzle (not dried at the nozzle). To check if they are not dried at the nozzles, apply folded tissue to each cartridge nozzle and press gently, upon removing it, it should come out well/stained with the respective colour. If not you should place in a saucer or plate with a bit of water. Leave for about ten minutes. Then apply the folded tissue again. Ink should blot it well now. If not it means your ink is dried out and you may need to replace that cartridge.
Good luck and God bless!
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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