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HP Deskjet F300 series problem !


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#1 vikneshwaren

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Posted 18 April 2010 - 09:59 AM

Hey, I've a serious problem with my Hp 3in1 printer. i've installed my softwares, drivers and the ink gadgets correctly more than 10 times. but it is showing the following errors as you can see clearly in the below pictures. both my ink gadget sare newer .but anyone solve my problem.. :thx:

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Posted 20 April 2010 - 12:06 AM

Hi and welcome to bleeping computer.

I looked through the various pics you posted.

I am curious where the printer cartridges came from. Did they come with the 3 in 1 printer, are they HP brand cartridges or are they generic ones?

If they came new with the printer, did you remember to remove the plastic protective coating off of the cartridges before installing them?

I realize you said you tried 10 times to remove and install them and I'm sure you made sure the black cartridge is properly seated against the contacts, so what we may be looking at here is a defective cartridge. It does happen from time to time.

I would bring the cartridge back for a replacement where you bought it.

If it fails with a different cartridge, then there is a problem with the printer.
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