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HP OFFICEJET 7210 ALL-IN-ONE

Have an error message on the printer itself- REMOVE AND CHECK RIGHT CARTRIDGE . I have the (!) flashing. THANKS

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  • Anonymous Aug 30, 2008

    I have the same problem.

  • Anonymous Sep 04, 2008

    same problem here....

  • crannymanutd Oct 06, 2008

    i changed the colour cartridge with a brand new identical one and now it says "remove and check colour cartridge". i have done this several times but my printer just wont work!!!!

  • Anonymous Oct 06, 2008

    Yep, same problem.

  • pollyanne Nov 07, 2008

    I have the same problem.  Can someone come up with an answer that is a little more specific? 

  • angelajill Nov 10, 2008

    Same problem as jezeigbo's. Went to HP for help, cleaned the contacts, unplugged, reinstalled, still the same error message...HELP!!

  • cherokee2a Nov 14, 2008

    C8963-60051 where is this part located and what does it look like

    I'm having the same problem won't allign cartridges and says to check both black and color. At $70.00 a set this is getting old real fast.

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    I have the same problem... The PCA is $75-$150... I can get a new one for about the same...

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Time for a new pca carriage. part number C8963-60051. good luck finding one though. All your problems are caused by a stupid little plastic tab that used to hold the metal thing in place. now, it moves around when you put in a cartridge and doesn't make contact with the right circuits. I really hate HP for making such a crappy part and then having no way to replace it. Well, besides sending it to them so they can charge you $215+ to fix it. That's more than what I paid for new!!!

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