Question about HP LaserJet CP1215 Color Printer
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure that you have removed the pullout strip with the orange tab.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Write to Lexmark - you won't get any joy, but their reply might be interesting. I suspect that Lexmark builds a chip into their cartridges preventing it being refilled. When replying to me they did not admit this, but did not deny it, simply stating that their cartridges were designed for single use only. When I said that, apart from the cost, I wanted to minimise my impact on the environment by refilling cartridges, they pointed out their proud association with Planet Ark. I suspect that Planet Ark is happy to be an apologist for corporate vandals, and I seriously question their 'green' credentials. Order your next cartridges from Europe where the printer companies are not allowed to chip their products.
Posted on Sep 02, 2007
You'll find the printhead, beneath the ink carrier, is clogged with dried ink. Go to http:www.inkjetprinterhelp.us/cx6400 and download the dismantling instructions. Use alcohol (vodka works ok) to remove the gunk and things should work ok again. If you find excessive dried ink, you may need to clean out the drain tube, but this should be obvious on a visual inspection.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
If you have carried out 4 to 5 head cleans, waited about 8 hours and done another 3 or head cleans doing nozzle checks after each clean (as recommended by the manual) and there is still no improvement then you will need a third party head cleaning solution such as this one:
Other makes & brands are available just google "inkjet head cleaning solution" Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
it shows if your using refill cartridge. & if you r using refill cartridge clear cartridge sensor with soft hands your problem would be resolved.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Neither solution will help, Brother has had some bad printheads and the only repair is to install a new printhead. It's a shop repair and runs around $170.00. Under warranty there's no charge. The thing you really don't want to do is blow air into the system as it takes another full ink to get the air bubbles out. Sorry for the Stupid help above.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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