Question about HP LaserJet 3600dn Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: problem with new ink cartridge
More that likely the refilled ink cartridges are faulty and should be replaced. While some folks have pretty good luck with refilled cartridges, it is generally better to stick with the new ones.
As to the problem with old cartridges, keep in mind that the estimated ink levels are just that - estimates. However, if your printer has an option for cleaning the cartridges, try that before chunking them. Take them out, put them back in, and run the cleaning process. Sometimes the nozzles can get clogged up and running the cleaning process will clear them up. ( DO NOT TRY TO CLEAN THE CARTRIDGES MANUALLY!)
If none of this helps, you will more than likely just need to get some new cartridges. - Graye
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
SOURCE: Reset ink level for HP 460
There really is no "reset" for low ink light - it is driven by the software reading of the ink levels on the cartridge via the connections. Sometimes they may be dirty and this can be removed by carefully cleaning (preferably using electrical contact cleaner on printer and dry air on both) the contacts. But many times a refilled cartridge will give this error and no cleaning or other procedure seems to correct it. HP is doing their best to not allow refilled cartridges and are working on ways to prevent that.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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
SOURCE: HP 6940 Deskjet Low Ink
It is not uncommon for a refilled HP ink cartridge to register as empty. If it was otherwise filled properly, it should yield the correct number of pages, but you may not be able to get the warning light to go out.
You can try tapping the cartridge on a hard surface. This only works sometimes. Be careful not to splash any ink.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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