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Printhead failure Hey...I probably have less than 1000 copies on my d135 all in one system....Getting messages that Printheads are GONE!!....Is this a piece of **** or what? I've had several HPs at home and office and never encountered this....Come on HP.....Show some pride in American Workmanship.....Build QUALITY computers, not junk...or this will be the last one I buy...Also have a Color Lazer at work....many problems...Is this the demise of HP....or what? sadly, HP supporter in the past

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Try cleaning the printhead contacts, worked with mine

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Reset printer cartridges hp l7580


HP88 CARTRIDGE RECOGNITION FAILURES/CAUSES:

The failure to recognize an ink cartridge(s) could either be a possible Cartridge connectivity, PRINTHEAD* connectivity or an end-of-life PRINTHEAD issue.

We suggest you remove all the ink cartridges and thoroughly clean BOTH PRINTHEADS manually along with cartridge chip contact surfaces (located on bottom-rear side of each ink cartridge). Clean all electrical contacts, including those inside the printer which mate to the PRINTHEADS. Reinstall both PRINTHEADS and cartridges and retest. You may refer to HP's 'manual' cleaning procedures here:
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=125&prodSeriesId=2511747&prodTypeId=18972&objectID=c00844045

Ensure an "expired ink cartridge" alert state is not causing the issue, refer to this page on how to check & bypass: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1384

---- If you observe an "Expired xxxx ink cartridge" alert or message, this error may be bypassed by performing the following:
a. Press and HOLD the Power button.
b. Press Resume button 3 times.
c. Release the Power button

If the cartridge was refilled (i.e. at Costco or Fry's Electronics), following HP 88 cartridge chip replacement and complete cartridge/printhead/printer manual electrical contact cleaning, the cartridge alert message(s) continue, then you may have a damaged PRINTHEAD* (there are two printheads inside the printer) which may require re-priming or replacement depending on problem symptoms.

* The HP 88 ink-series printer models have two electronic PRINTHEADS (each of these electronic devices are responsible for pulling ink from the ink cartridges and then firing the ink droplets onto the paper) - both PRINTHEADS will eventually fail depending on printed content, printer duty cycle (i.e. typically rated for ~41, 500 printed pages depending on image content & frequency of printing). The average inkjet printer can typically be refilled with ~15 to 20 complete sets of ink cartridges over the life of the printhead, after which, either the Yellow/Black and/or Cyan/Magenta printhead will need to be replaced due to internal electrical failure (available at HP.com).

Refer to video on how the HP PRINTHEAD functions: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=2054
When the PRINTHEAD electronically fails typically the printer will provide an alert message when this happens, but if a printhead has suffered a deprime (i.e. loss of ink/pressure which results in no printing of color), it is possible to recover the system using a 3rd party PRINTHEAD priming tool, such as this one: http://www.inkowl.com/?p=product&product=5035

For advanced HP printer diagnostics or information on ink refilling services, please visit Inkjet411:
http://www.inkjet411.com

Aug 15, 2013 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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I have an hp officejet d135. It has knew ink jets and is hooked up. When I try to print the ink won't come out and the window says it's empty. Do I have a toner and if so where is it?


Your printer has a print head under the ink cartridges. You can try a cleaning, and if this does not fix the issue, you may need to replace the print head .



Clean Printheads function
To activate the Clean Printheads function from the front panel:

  1. From the front panel, press MENU.
  2. Press the RIGHT or LEFT ARROW until Status and Maintenance displays.
  3. Press ENTER
  4. Press the RIGHT or LEFT ARROW until Clean Printheads displays.
  5. Press ENTER
After a few minutes the HP Officejet D series will automatically complete the printhead cleaning operation.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response. Thanks, Joe

Jan 24, 2011 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

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Ink system has failed


ink system failure message comes up due to some problem in inkjet mechanism. mainly we get it due to the bad printheads -hence remove the printhead assembly and clean the contact points .
then try reinstallimg it ...............

If this does not help, repplace the printhead assembly.

Oct 16, 2010 | HP Photosmart C6180 All-In-One InkJet...

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My printer stood unused for about 8 months. Then


Remove all the cartridges from the printer and check for expiration date on the cartridges, if the cartridges are expired, you need to replace them with HP genuine, use of refilled one's cause many issues.The cartridge that is compatible with this printer is HP 14 black and HP 14 tricolor.
To align the printheads at any other time:
  1. Press Menu .
  2. Press 7 , then 3 . (For the HP Officejet D 125xi press 3 , then 3 again)A page prints to confirm printhead alignment.

Sep 27, 2009 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

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Officejet Pro L7590 printhead message (printheads only 2m. old)!


Pull out the printhead from the computer and check the date under "warranty ends" If the warranty period did not lapse, call HP technical support and tell them about the problem. They will replace the printhead for free. I have gone through 3 black/yellow printheads and I received the replacement printheads via FedEx within 1-2 days. They will send you a pre-paid envelope to return via U.S. Postal Service via US Postal Service.

If the Warranty date on the printhead expired, then you may have to come out of pocket to replace the printhead since HP will argue that they are not obligated to replace the printhead since the manufacturer warranty lapsed.

If this is the case, check to see when you purchased the printer. If the purchase was within a year, the retailer (i.e. Best Buy) is on the hook since there is a 1 year implied warranty on products such as printers, regardless of whether the expiration date on the HP printhead expired.

Hope this helps

Aug 05, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro L7590 All-in-One InkJet...

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IDS failure, call HP message comes up


Hope this helps you. This error is caused by either a correct or incorrect detection of air in the manifold. The steps below will clear the error condition, which should solve the problem if it is caused by an incorrect detection of air. If there really is air in the manifold, however, this procedure will not solve the problem and the printer will have to be serviced. Step 1 - Remove all printheads CAUTION: Do not touch the printhead tower. Do not remove the printhead handle. Keep printheads out of the reach of children. Figure 1: HP 14 printhead c00042423.jpg 1 - Handle 2 - Tower
  1. Make sure the unit is plugged in and the power is turned on.
  2. Open the print carriage access door by lifting the handle until the door locks in place. The print carriage moves to the center.
  3. Wait two or three seconds, then unplug the power cord.
  4. Open the printhead latch. See the illustration below. Figure 2: Open the printhead latch c00042424.jpg
  5. Remove each problem printhead by lifting the printhead handle and pulling up. See the illustration below. Figure 3: Remove the printhead c00042425.jpg
Step 2 - Reset the internal error state NOTE: This step must be performed before the printheads are re-installed.
  1. Close the printhead chute.
  2. Close the access door.
  3. Plug the power cord back in.
  4. Turn on the power. The front panel should read No Printhead. Will damage Product. Insert [color name] [icon] printhead now . NOTE: The carriage may make a grinding noise when you turn the power on. This noise is normal.
  5. Open the print carriage access door by lifting the handle until the door locks in place. The print carriage moves to the center.
  6. Wait two or three seconds, then unplug the power cord.
  7. Open the printhead latch.
Before re-inserting the printheads, make sure all the electrical contacts have had at least five minutes to dry. Step 3 - Insert the printheads
  1. Place each printhead in its slot in the printhead carriage. The colored shape on the top of the printhead should match the colored shape on the proper slot on the printhead carriage.
  2. Press down firmly and evenly on both the front and back of the printhead, as shown in the illustration below. Proper seating is essential to making good electrical contact.
Figure 4: Seat the printhead c00042431.jpg Step 4 - Close and check the printer
  1. Close the printhead carriage latch and make sure the loops catch the hooks. See the illustration below. Figure 5: Loops catch hooks c00042432.jpg
  2. Snap the latch into place.
  3. Plug in the power cord.
  4. Close the print carriage access door.
  5. Turn on the power.
  6. If the error clears, a message to align the printheads may appear on the HP Officejet D and HP Officejet 7100. Press Enter to align. If the error persists contact HP. Printhead replacement will not resolve this problem - the printer will have to be serviced.

Jan 08, 2009 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

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HP D135 - replaced printhead - still doesn't print in that color


try this link : I followed the directions and fixed the problem. the instructions that came with the new printhead weren't really complete.

Here's essentially all I did for my fix - Opened the printer top, turned the printer off. Removed the "bad" printhead, cleaned the metal contacts on the printhead and printer with windex. Closed the printer. Turned it on. waited for it to reset. Opened the printer. Turned the printer off again. Installed the printhead. Closed the lid. Plugged the printer in again. When it was ready I accessed the HP toolbox and alligned the printheads and cleaned the printheads. It worked. Here's a link with photos.


http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=bpa02107&lc=en&cc=ca&dlc=&product=64986

Oct 18, 2008 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

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How to clean printheads


There are two things that you can do...
Clean printheads, because of ink buildup, or clean the heads and contacts because of debris buildup.
  1. Clean the printheads; this is done when there is streaking in the printout
    1. Press Menu
    2. Press 7 (Status Maintenance Menu)
    3. then 2 (Clean Printheads)
    4. Check print out. If it's still bad, then replace the printhead that's not working.
  2. Clean the ink cartridge contacts
    1. Using a clean lint-free cloth, distilled or filtered water (no tap water)
    2. Open the print-cartridge access door
    3. After cartridges are in center, unplug unit
    4. Remove the cartridges
    5. Examine contacts for debris buildup
    6. With damp cloth clean any debris buildup on cartridge or in cartridge bed
    7. Repeat for others
    8. Replace all and turn on printer
    9. Message will appear to Re-align heads, press enter to do this
If this helped, please rate FixYa!, ThankYa!

Dec 01, 2007 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

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PRINTER PRINT BLANK PAPER


Have you tried putting the machine through a cleaning cycle. There should be a maintenence section on the printer and also on yoour computer. Also if you removed the cartridges and left the printheads exposed for any length of time they have dried out and are clogged. Try removing the heads and cleaning them with a damp lent free cloth.

Aug 02, 2007 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

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Print Heads


Make sure the printheads are not expired. Check the dates. Order new from HP direct

May 09, 2007 | HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet...

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