Question about HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer
Posted by Anonymous on
Both of these website URL links should help you. The first one explains how to do it. The second one is a video that actually shows you how you go to the menu on your screen to tools then "clean printheads"
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Posted on Jul 08, 2014
I am assuming that you have installed the HP Solution Center software onto your PC. If not go online to hp.com, do a search for it, download and install it.
1. Open HP Solution Center
2. Click on Printer Toolbox
3. Click on Services (top)
4. Click on Clean the Printheads
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Posted on Jul 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the ink has dried up in the nozzles try putting a wet cloth in the microwave to get it hot enough to produce a little steam and set the cartridge, nozzles down on the damp cloth until ink starts to ooze from the cartridge. May require a couple of tries. Try using the cleaning program again.
Be careful not to touch the copper contacts on the cartridges.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
SOURCE: when printing on my HP
The HP88 printhead can dry out and cause clogging in the black part of the K/Y (black/yellow) printhead.
This has been a major problem for a few client schools of mine and for me in my attic space where air conditioning and/or hot dry air causes clogging.
You may want to consider purchasing a new printhead and an alternative black ink supplier (non HP) that uses Dyebase ink instead of pigment as this doesn't clog in the same conditions.
However, please note that if you do this it means you may lose your warranty (certainly on the printhead) and the printout won't be as clear for text as the black ink can "bleed" slightly into other colours. It has however solve the problem of clogging in one school that went through 5 printheads in two terms/semesters until we switched.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Instructions are on this web page:
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
I have the same problem with my Officejet Pro L7780, so you are not alone. Have you found any solutions?
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
to get to the root cause of the problem . you can try printing from the notepad and check it prints fine from the notepad . if it prints fyn then there can be some issues with the software compatibility.. which version you have for microsoft office.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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