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Putting back in my ink cartridge

Ok as silly as this my seem ...i took them out to replace & can't firgure out how the heck they go back in...PLEASE HELP!

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The above answer may have been sufficient enough, but it was confusing for me. So to supplement that, here's a way I used when I replaced my cartridges.

This page on the HP website: Setting Up the All-in-One HP Officejet 4215
Scroll down to "Step Five: Install the Cartridges"

Just turn your printer on. Lift up the cartridge access door on the right side. Remove the tape off of the cartridge (if you haven't already). Then slide it into the compartment. (make sure it's locked into there)...

Hope this helps somebody...

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Since you posted this query back in August, I hope you managed to find the answer by now, but just in case you didn't, I'll respond.

As silly as it seems, I can't seem to find a simple set of instructions about how to change your ink cartridges on HP.com. Other printer product help pages has this instruction but not for your product (or I don't know how to search for it).

That said, the instructions are included in the following web page:

How to resolve noisy print carriage issues

Again, I hope you haven't been waiting all this time for the answer to your question. In case you lost your printer's user manual, you can download another for free in PDF format from HP.com. There should be instructions in the manual that tell you how to perform basic tasks:

User Manual

Good luck.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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