I can get the HP PSC2355 to use refilled ink, my other HP (6210) will use the refilled ink.
Is there something I can do, I have used Cartridge World ink refills and Walgreen Ink Refills.
Is there soft ware or something that will allow the use of the refills,
Thanks Dan Hanson 309-269-3766
Re: HP PSC 2355 Won't accept refilled ink cartridges
If problem is what I think it is (that is if you cleaned whole thing and it is connected proprely), you have only one option. To buy at least three cartridges...problem is due a small trick made by HP. Printer remembers at least two cartridge serial numbers, and then wont accept refilled ones. But if you first stick one, then the other, and on the end the third one(only this one should be really full) it should reset printer and it should foul it to accept it. But on some printers it needs up to five cartridges! What a waste of money :(
Anyway, hope this helps...
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i've fixed a simular issue recently, it could be your print head has developed a issue\blockage for the nossles for the black ink tank, it could be mixing colours from word but a black white copy will just use the black ink, try removing the head and using isopropol on a qtip to clean the head for the black only.......
HP will tell you to never refill cartridges because they will not guarantee your printer will print properly with those refilled cartridges. If those refilled cartridges leak and cause damage to your printer HP will also not cover any repairs to the printer regardless of what sort of warranty coverage you have with them. Warranties only cover HP failures, not ones caused by using third-party or refilled ink cartridges. So, no it is not worth having the cartridges refilled - buy new HP-branded ones only.
I would not recommend you refilling HP ink cartidges.
Because no other ink cartridges can give you a better quality or value for you money.
Even if you call HP and say that you are using reffiled ink cartridges then they will not support you even if you are in warranty.
Because Genuine HP Cartridges are manufactured under SIX SIGMA Quality assurance and they give Value for you money.
What i can suggest you is to try a Geniune set of ink catriadges and check.
Put the printer in the mode for changing the carts. Take out the Black ink car and clean off the heads on it. Looks like brown in color it's on the cart at the bottom To clean use paper towel with cold water never use warm or hot. Clean the area where the in rest in the printer also if you can reach it. The noise you hear is that the cart didn't go back in the right position. You have to be cart not to force these carts out as everything in this printer is made of plastic.
USING THIS TYPE OF REFILLS JUST ISN'T A GOOD IDEA. THE INK IS NOT THE SAME AS HP CARTRIDGE INK AND YOUR PRINTER WAS MADE FOR HP INK, NOT SOME GENERIC BRAND. THE FACT THAT IT DOESN'T WORK UNLESS YOU STICK IT IN WATER, ETC. SHOULD TELL YOU SOMETHING IS WRONG HERE. REFILLING IS MESSY, AND CAN CAUSE LEAKS IN YOUR PRINTER AND REALLY MESS THINGS UP. THE BEST BET IS TO USE THE PROPER INK CARTRIDGE WITH YOUR PRINTER. THATS THE TYPE OF INK IT WAS DESIGNED FOR.