Question about HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer
Turn off your printer
Open the cover
1 move the cartridge carrrier manually to the center manually with your hands from left torgiht ( 5x )
2 .Remove the cartridges used a clean paper make sure its dry wipe the area where the ink goes out make sure its clean .CLean also the area where you return your cartridges make sure its clean OK .
3 >return it properly close the carrier properly make sure there's a snap sound produced .Move again the cartridge carrier manually from left to right 5x
try to turn it back on
in case nothing happens
remove all the parts cartridge ,black box paper power supply
lift the printer up turn it up side down make sure the cover is open when you lift it up and turned it upsidedown
so any foreign material will come out
Shake it for 5x
\return all the parts
try to power it on
Hope it help thanks
Posted on May 26, 2011
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