My Triumph Professional Care 9000 toothbrush won't shut off...
It's acting possessed. It simply won't turn off. Last night I couldn't get it to turn on, and now it won't turn off--and it's fully charged. It's been going for 20 + minutes. It's doing this completely out of the blue. Two days ago it worked perfectly. THanks
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Unfortunately these are considered disposable printers. If it won't power on at all even in a known good power outlet there isn't much you can do as the cost to repair it out of warranty would cost more than to simply replace it.
Other than checking the power outlet and the power cable nothing else to do.
The steps to removing the ink cartridge and replacing it are rather
simple. Keep in mind; however, if these steps are not done properly,
there are a number of errors that could occur that could keep your
printer from printing at all.
The first step is to write down the
printer name and brand.
Remove the empty cartridge with care while
taking care not to cause any damage to the printer.
If the user already
has a replacement cartridge in his possession, then he simply opens the
printer's lid while the printer is still on.
Opening the printer's lid
when switched on will cause the printer cartridge seats to move into
place, allowing the user to remove or reinstall cartridges.
cartridge with care then replace it with the new cartridge. Close the
lid and print a test page.
The one thing to always keep in mind when
changing the cartridge is to handle the cartridges with care.
user's ink cartridge has a print head, the user must use extra
precautions to ensure that no contact is made with it.
If the cartridge
has a seal at the bottom, care must be taken not to break the seal.
Sounds like you have a roller turned glossy. Open your paper feeder drawer and locate the pickup roller. It's rubber, or like rubber and will either be glossy or a little dirty. Now take a light bristle toothbrush and clean the roller with alcohol, remembering to roll it as you clean. Allow to set dry for 20 minutes and try again.
That shows you that the problem is not your monitor
but your operating system is not booting or is hung
turn off your computer & restart pressing F2 as soon as it starts to boot up select open in last known configurationto see if the O/System will know boot up
If this Fails &you are not a experienced enough to do a repair sequence from your O/S disc .Reinstall your O/System