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SOURCE: HPofficejetpro L7580 doesnt recognize cartridges have been replac

hELLO THERE
there should be a section there for the maintenance of the cartridges and change cartridges make sure that you use this whenever you change out a cartridge cause if you use this when you change out the cartridge the printer will always show low on ink also you can reger to your users guide for further instructions on how to do this ok? hopethat this has been very helpfull dont forget to rate my solution
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SOURCE: I do not know how to change my printhead on my HP Officejet Pro L7580

---Make sure the printer is on, or press the Power button to turn it on. Wait for the printer to finish any warm-up diagnostics or print jobs it is performing.

---Open the access cover to the print heads. This cover may be the top cover, the front door or an ink access door on the front of the printer.

---Wait for the cartridge carriage to stop moving, making sure it is completely stationary before putting your hand in the printer. Lift up any clips or latches keeping the print heads or cartridges in place.

---Remove the old print head or ink cartridge if it is part of the cartridge, and discard it. Remove the packaging from the new print head, making sure to peel off any protective tape or twist-off protective caps.
---Insert the new print head or cartridge into the empty slot. Lower any clips or latches and make sure the print head or cartridge does not wiggle in its spot, otherwise you need to pull it out and reinsert it into the printer.

---Close the cover you opened to access the print heads and wait for the printer to calibrate the new print heads. Some printers may produce an alignment page, which you can throw away.


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Hp officejet pro L7580 printer alignment failed and ink faded


Hi,

Try the steps below.

Remove the Cartridges ( bottom left side of printer ) and clean the electrical ( golden contacts ) and put them back in.
Remove the Printhead ( Open the Printer cover and you will find the Carriage that moves. Lift the latch and clean the electrical contacts ( golden contacts ) with lint free cloth

Reinstall the Printhead and wait for printer to respond. IT should fix the issue.

Regards,
Sean

Apr 10, 2013 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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I have a HP Office Pro L7580, model #C8187A. I am getting white horizontal lines across my documents. The white lines appear about every two to three inches. The top portion of the letters are missing


The black print head has a few blocked nozzles.
Inkjet printers need to be used frequently to prevent ink drying out and blocking the print head nozzles.
If the print head cleaning maintenance routine does not clear the blockages, then print head needs replacing, but it may be expensive.
It may be more cost effective to buy a later model and better printer than replace the print head.

Apr 04, 2013 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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I have a HP Officejet Pro L7580 ain. I did not used it for almost 2 years. Now I tried to used it again but sometimes I only get magenta or gray pages, not even black, and a parcial page with a lot of...


Hello

To keep the printer such a time time, dried ink cartridges, if it has ink, then put the cartridges into warm water and put them back after dry. otherwise you need to replace cartridges.
Refill is also an option.
Good Luck

Jan 17, 2011 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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I've had my HP OfficejetPro L7580 for over a year and experience no abnormal operation until yesterday. Yesteday it simply stopped printing blue. I changed cartridges, cleaned the print heads...nothing....


Hi There

Summary

Usage of compatible ink and leave the printer idle too long may cause printhead clogging
What should you do if you get this problem. Relax; you may recover the printhead by unclogging it. Follow these steps to unclog the printhead

1. Right click in the printer driver name
2. Select Properties menu
3. Click Maintenance tab
4. Click on cleaning sign for regular cleaning. Perform this up to 3 times.
5. If this does not work, perform Deep Cleaning

And if that not work

Some times it needs a good clean up but this is up to you if you want to do this,
But after you done this prime the printer so it gets the inks back in the heads, it may take a little time for the inks to work.

Ok.

There is fluid cleaner for this but I can never find any in the shops the only ones I seen is when they sell them in Tesco but they come in with the ink refill bottles so I just use worm water by it self on a cloth and dabbing on the heads to clean them, it will not harm the heads but not to much water.

Some heads are on the inks them self but some have them inside the printer so I not know your printer so if the heads are inside you need to get them out you may find that some heads will just clip out put some need to be unscrewed so you got to know how they come out so be careful and not push to hard on them, if the heads are on the ink then it is a easy job to clean them,
It worth a try it worked for me more than ones.

Please all I ask is call back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one, so I will keep on helping.
All The Best: Pineworks

Mar 07, 2010 | HP OfficeJet Pro L7580 InkJet Printer

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When you change the print heads for a Hp L7580 what problems does it resolve?


Replacing the print heads fixes any poor print quality you are experiencing. Typically people replace print heads when a certain color (most likely black) is printing very faint or streaky. Over time the nozzles in the print head can get clogged with dried up ink. Enough clogged nozzles will inhibit ink from being deposited on the page in certain areas.

Feb 02, 2010 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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Black ink is printing half words.


the cartridge is either clogged or the contacts are dirty on the rear of the cartridge. try running the cartridge clean utility first. then remove cartridge if this does not work. cleant the contacts with a q-tip swab dipped in water, dry it with the clean dry end of the q-tip. if this does not work you may clean the print head part of the cartridge the same way, then immediatly insert carttridge and print. this should unclog the jets.

Dec 21, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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Black ink not coming through


I had the same problem. Ended up replacing the black/yellow "printhead" and that corrected the problem.

Jun 08, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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Hp l7580


Hi, it sounds like a faulty ink cartridge. Try changing the black cartridge and see if this helps

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