Question about HP PSC 1315 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Our power went out a few nights ago and now the lights just blink and there an "E" on the printer panel. I've turned it off etc and still all lights blinking and an "E" etc.
The printer reads the dates on the printer cartridges which have an expiration date on them. If it's past the date you'll get an E. You'll run into this issue more frequently if you use recycled or refilled cartridges. It's how HP gets you to but their new cartridges. A quick way around it is to try changing your date on your computer. The other way is to buy some brand new cartridges. That might do the trick. It did for me. A little frustrating. I am one who believes in buying recycled cartridges or refilling my old ones. But this printer won't let me.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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