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to refill 920:

1. If you have the plastic cap that covers the 9 mm. hole where you can see the sponge, then tape this cap to the cartidge with scotch tape. If not, use some duct/masking tape to cover the round hole.

2. Use the dry hypodermic needle to find the hole that will be found at the very center of the 920 label. With the needle, pierce the label.

3. Fill the hypodermic needle with 4 cc of ink.

4. Insert the needle 2-3 cm. into the hole made in step 2. Draw out 1 cc of air, then slowly force the 4 cc of ink into the sponge. Use toilet tissue to absorb any ink that might have escaped.

5. Let the catridge stand overnight (if possible) so as to allow the ink to evenly saturate the sponge. If not, insert it into your printer immediately.

Note: If you are going to refill catridges, be certain not to allow the sponge to dry completely. Thus, you might want to do step one immediately and to enclose it in a sealed sandwich bag upon removing an empty catridge from your printer even if you are not going to fill it immediately.

HP Officejet... • Answered on Mar 28, 2021


3 Easy steps to Fix Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6 You Normally encounter Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6 if you have HP printer, hence the customers who face this issue and are watching for the best solution, then here for all of them, we have introduced some Hp printer troubleshooting steps, hence carefully read the complete information provided here in this post. If you have some mechanical knowledge, then it would be more straightforward for all of you to fix the error. The Hp Printer Error Code 0x610000f6 is connected with the Hp printer jam carriage problem. This error gets presented on the screen when something proceeds wrong with the jam, or a paper jam has happened earlier. First You want to Check this Problem then Implement Solution for Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6. Step 1:- Power Off Your Printer, and switch it On Again. Step 2:- Check of Any Paper Jams in the printer. Step 3:- Confirm That Your HP Printer Cartridge is Correctly Connected. To Fix Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6, you want to join with Printer Error Support specialists. You can also follow the easy steps to Fix Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6 are given below in this BLOG. 0x610000f6-undefined-undefined-0_3.gif

HP Officejet... • Answered on Mar 03, 2021


Try this fix

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jan 10, 2021


HP Printer Error 0X610000F6 also known as Carriage trouble Error arises very often in the HP Printers. When trouble happens in the printer due to paper cuts or due to any other reason, the printer stops running and it doesn't print any paper. check this method to resolve. 3 Methods to Resolve Error 0X610000F6:- 1. First, Switch the OFF and Switch the On your Printer. 2. Remove all the Paper stuff that is Blocked. 3. Check Whether the Printer Cartridges are properly attached or not and Remove any jammed papers. WANT FULL SOLUTION CHECK HERE - Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6 If you want a perfect & right solution recommended by an expert. follow the blog steps which are mentioned. 0x610000f6-undefined-undefined-1_1.gif

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jul 23, 2020


HP Printer Error 0X610000F6 also known as Carriage trouble Error happens very often in the HP Printers. When trouble occurs in the printer due to paper pieces or due to any other reason, the printer stops running and it doesn't print any paper. 3 Steps to Resolve Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6:- 1. First Turn the OFF and Turn the On your Printer. 2. Clear all the Paper stuff that is Blocked. 3. Check Whether the Printer Cartridges are properly connected or not and Remove any jammed papers. Many ways can be followed to fix the problem of Hp Printer Error 0x610000f6. if you want a perfect & right solution recommended by an expert. follow the blog steps which are mentioned. 0x610000f6-undefined-undefined-0_6.gif

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jun 27, 2020


Try reconnecting a control panel. In the video below, we show how to fix the control panel, there you will see where the ribbon cord needs to be reconnected. Also, check the logic board connection if this doesn't work.

HP Officejet... • Answered on Oct 09, 2019


This video shows how to change ink cartridge on HP 6500 and 6500A

HP Officejet... • Answered on Oct 09, 2019


Disconnect the power cord of the printer from the electrical outlet.
Wait at least 30 seconds.
Press and hold the # and 3 buttons while reconnecting the power cord.
When the printer turn on, release both buttons.
This will reset the printer.

HP Officejet... • Answered on Oct 08, 2019


Lcd is not a replaceable part.
try these steps to resolve problem
- unplug the power cord from the back of the printer while it's turned on - wait for a minute before you plug it back in - if it does not solve the problem - unplug power cord from the back again while machine is turned on -wait for a minute,push pound key and 3 while plugging power cord back in -lastly,if the first two do not solve the problem - try pound key and number 6 same path above -if issue still exists,printer needs to be replaced

HP Officejet... • Answered on Oct 08, 2019


This should be a good guide through fixing the screen. You will need a star shaped t10 and t8 screwdriver tip and a heat gun or hair fan with heat setting:

HP Officejet... • Answered on Oct 08, 2019


For severe HP OJ 6500/6500A/7000 print quality/missing color issues, or incorrect color output, there could be an air bubble in the ink cartridge(s), an air gap between cartridge and PRINTHEAD, or a portion of the PRINTHEAD is dry (quite common), so you should first perform a CLEAN PRINTHEAD procedure from your printer control panel. It is first suggested you print the SELF TEST or PRINT QUALITY REPORT (under TOOLS menu) to aid in identifying which color is causing the issue. Check that cartridge or cartridges to ensure they have plenty of ink inside. NOTE: If one or more the colors were previously dry fired during printing (i.e. if you continued printing using only a few colors to one, air may have been accidently ingested into the ink lines between the cartridge(s) and PRINTHEAD. To recover from this problem, you may have to run the CLEAN PRINTHEAD procedure 2-3 times. If a problem persists then it is suggested to review the steps outlined on the following HP 920 support pages, including printhead removal/printer cleaning and service station cleaning. It is suggested you refer to printer manufacturer instructions first as the Inkjet411 procedures are provided for general guidance purposes only. A dirty service station can cause poor image quality and/or ink cross-contamination between different colors: http://inkjet411.retailinkjet.com/?page_id=1495 If the problem still cannot be corrected, then the PRINTHEAD may be dry and may need to be flushed (i.e. with warm water as it could have dried out, but this is a function of how much you print). Remove and thoroughly flush all ink ports for 2-3 minutes...thoroughly dry printhead prior to re-installing. Retest. For complete instructions refer to video here: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=2412 Worst case scenario the PRINTHEAD may simply be electrically damaged or at end-of-life (while Officejet 6500/6500/7000 printer PRINTHEADS are rated for an estimated 15,000 pages, the average consumer may only see up to a 10,000 printed page throughput) and may require replacement. A severe failure of the PRINTHEAD is typically accompanied by error messages such as INCOMPATIBLE PRINTHEAD, REPLACE PRINTHEAD or INK SYSTEM FAILURE. NOTE: The PRINTHEAD will eventually fail in time. For more information on the how the PRINTHEAD works, watch the video here: http://inkjet411.retailinkjet.com/?page_id=1983 To verify Printhead electrical performance, activate the Tap 41 diagnostic test, (i.e. Pen Status: Pen OK).....for printer model instructions please visit: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1813 To solve other HP920 ink-series printer/printing related issues please visit http://www.inkjet411.com

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jul 14, 2019


Send the cartridges back! HP cartridges are coded and will only work with HP printers. Hp has had problems with their coded cartridges. Especially if they were manufactured overseas. Their own product won't recognize the cartridges. It is not the printer it is the cartridges.

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jun 30, 2019


Check this repair tip out. Works for me almost everytime:

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jan 30, 2019


This is a common error, but usually can be fixed without replacing any parts. See video:

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jan 30, 2019


1. Plug it directly into the wall, rather than into a UPS
2. Verify that the unit is switched on. Disconnect the USB/Ethernet cable from the All-in-One and also disconnect power cable from All-in-One and also from wall outlet.
3. Wait 30 seconds.
4. Plug in the power cable to All-in-One and also to wall outlet.
5. Check for the functionality.

I still had the error message, so they said to reset the printer to factory default settings:
1. Unplug the power cable from printer when the printer is powered on and wait for 20 seconds.
2. Then, press and hold # and 6 while plugging in the power cord.
Continue holding until it displays Semi Full Reset message in the front panel of the All-in-One.

If those two steps do not resolve the problem then its is hardware related and can't be solved here.

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jan 30, 2019


Try this. It worked for me a few times:

HP Officejet... • Answered on Jan 30, 2019

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