Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Yes depending on the type of scanner you have. If you have a all in one scanner like I do where you can scan and print you will have a printer cartridge. In most cases you will have an indentation under the scanning glass in the front of your machine which will allow you to pick up the glass and give you access to the printer cartridge so you can replace it when it runs out of ink. I don't know what model of scanner you have but most of them are designed to give you easy access to the printer cartridges.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Remove the cartridges from the F380 printer.
Position the cartridges so they are right side up and the gold leads are facing you.
Place a small piece of tape over the gold contact in the top left corner of each cartridge.
Place the cartridge back in the F380 printer. The printer automatically prints an alignment page.
Remove the cartridges. Place a piece of tape over the gold contact in the top right corner of each cartridge.
Place the cartridges back into the F380 printer. The F380 prints another alignment page.
Remove the cartridges from the printer. Remove both pieces of tape from each cartridge.
Insert the cartridges into the F380 printer. The printer prints a cartridge alignment page. Each cartridge is now recognized as a full ink cartridge.
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Jun 07, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies
Open the top panel of your inkjet printer. You should be able to access the ink cartridges once the top is open. Some printers will reposition the cartridge carriage to provide you better access.
Remove the old cartridge from the carriage. Depending on the printer, you may need to press down on the cartridge and then pull outward to remove it. Other printers may require you to lift the cartridge out of the printer.
Unpackage the new replacement cartridge completely. New cartridges will often include plastic strips and protective packaging that must be removed before you can insert the cartridge into the printer.
Insert the new cartridge into the printer. This will be the reverse of removing the old cartridge.
Close the top panel of your inkjet printer and allow the printer to detect the new cartridge. You should now be able to print using your newly changed inkjet cartridge.
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