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Print cartridges pop out: wont stay in

I changed the print cartridge and now the new ones won't stay in they fall out.

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When you push the cartridges in, they need to *click* into place for the machine to hold them. It sounds like you're just not pushing them in quite hard enough. HP is pretty consistent in making the holder a little stiff so the cartridge locks in tight.

If you have the user manual, the instructions for replacing the cartridge are on pg 43 (pg 47 of the pdf file). If you don't have the manual, you can download it at:
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00366227.pdf

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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The Brother MFC-240C uses an individual cartridge for each color (black, yellow, cyan, and magenta). When one of the colors is out of ink, the printer will tell you to replace the ink cartridge. To replace a cartridge, follow the steps below.

All four cartridges are located on the right front side of the printer, behind a cover. Pull the cover forward from the side, where there is a slight cutout for you to grab. When the cover falls forward, you'll see the ink cartridge holders.

For whichever ink cartridge you are replacing, push down on the purple handle for that color. The ink cartridge holder will open and fall forward, revealing the ink cartridge itself. Push down on the cartridge holder and the cartridge should pop toward you a little bit. Grasp the cartridge and remove it.

Open the new cartridge and remove it from its wrapper. Discard the yellow cover, unless you plan to use it for the old cartridge.

Insert the new cartridge into the correct slot (from left to right: black, yellow, cyan, magenta) so that the word "brother" is right-side up and located toward the top of the cartridge. Once it is most of the way in, push the ink cartridge holder up by the purple handle until it snaps into place. Then close the ink cartridge cover.

If you were out of ink, the machine should recognize the new cartridge and perform its calibration. If it doesn't automatically recognize it, it will ask if you have changed one or more of the cartridges. Press "1" for Yes.

Once you have printed a test page with all four colors to verify that everything is working, either discard the old cartridge in the trash or save it to recycle. But don't get rid of it until you are sure the new cartridge is recognized and working.

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If you only need to print in black get a B&W printer not a colour one.

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I have changed the black ink cartridge and although it is o.k. the black wont print. help I have taken the cartridge back and changed it to check if its ok I have cleaned Please help urgently


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If it is a original HP cartridge try running the inbuild cartridge clean and if that does not work you can get a replacement cartridge from HP if it falls under there warrenty agreements if it is not a genuine hp cartridge I suggest go and get yourself one. Also by using generic cartridges in these systems and mess up the ink systems of the actual unit

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Are you using a factory new ink cartridge?
Please consider the following:
If you are using a refilled or third party cartridge that may well be your problem. Most manufacturers build logic into their products to prevent the use of “Other Equipment Manufactured” cartridges as well as re-filled cartridges.
They do this to prevent problems from contaminated inks causing problems with print quality or damaging the physical printhead.
If you are using factory new cartridges, then please call the manufacturers Technical Support for assistance with the warranty on the cartridges
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1. Lift the front cover, and wait for the printer to move the old cartridges forward.

2. Take off or pull the clear plastic tape off of the back of the cartridge.

3. Pop the cartridge holder off of the top of the cartridge you are changing and pull the old cartridge out.

4. Carefully insert the new cartridge into the holder until it snap in place.

5. Close the front cover.

6. Your printer will automatically recognize the new cartridge.

7. Try to print a test page.

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A few basic causes.

1. The cartridges you bought were not original equipment ones (OEM)and many "clone" cartridges are known to have problems with the ink level chips

Take them back and get them replaced with a different brand

2. They are original cartridges but may still be faulty (rare but possible)

Take them back and get them replaced

3. Your print head is clogged or faulty

Run your printer through the head cleaning process a few times and see if it clears up.

4 your cartridges are out of alignment

run the cartridge alignment process

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Cartridge ink levels are usually monitored by a small chip on the cartridge. If that cartridge is allowed to fall below 25% ink level most chips then become locked and not able to re-set.

For many cartridges you can buy a reset device to reset chips that have not become locked. Or you could buy empty cartridges that don't need resetting and that will always accept a self refill.

As for scanning if by that you mean the photocopy function then that could be linked to any of the above. But should you mean it wont scan to the computer then you should look at any hardware or driver issues that you may have and maybe also the source selection (usually TWAIN) is a good source selection.


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1. Make sure the printer is switched on, the old cartridges are still in the printer, and the cartridge cover is closed.

2. Click on Start, Programs (XP: All Programs), Lexmark <Printer Name>, Lexmark <Printer Name> Solution Center.

3. When the Solution Center screen appears, click on the Maintenance button on the left-hand side. (This button is the third from the top and bears a picture of ink drops.)

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12. When all the numbers have been changed to reflect the chosen numbers on the printed alignment page, click OK. The cartridge installation procedure is complete.

13. You can now exit from the Solution Center.
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OKay, first, you grab under that control panel, you know, with the COPY, SCAN, PRINT, etc buttons? So you lift it up, and the whole top of the machine goes up. Wait a bit, and these cartidges should pop up. So grab the cartridge you wanna remove, and pull slightly down on it, and it should come out. Then, slide in the new cartridge slightly upwards, and viola! it should slide in. THen, close the top, and you have changed the ink! YAY! 

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