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New cartridges no plastic covering the front of the L7680 HP printer

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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I had exactky the same issue. The problem is not with the front door or the cartridge. I solved this as there was a very small paperjam. If you take out all the paper and shine a torch into the printer you may find a small piece of paper stuck on the sensor that is causing the problem

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: HP L7680 printer will not recognize refilled ink

HP printer does not support refilled cartridges, so replace with hp genuine cartridges

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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SOURCE: hp LaserJet 1000 series printer error message on front door cover and toner cartridge missing

hi..
ijust solved this issue

WHOA ...

my printer is HP 1020,, and i was printing a huge number of sheets, which USED TO GET STUCK IN AGAGIN AN AGIAN... coz, i was using a low quality damned paper..

now,, it began to gave error ,tht either the front cover door not closed , or its toner cartridge missing.

Well,, simple solution for me was (which is basic i think)

>> Remove the metallic plate on the back of the printer
>>there you 'll find , on the right side, near the socket for poer cable, a "lever" like thing, thats the lever for the "barrier" between the SENSOR... move it and u'll get an idea..
>> if its jammed ,, then free it..
(mine was stuck into dont know wht, and i freed it, and all is fine)

>> if spring adjusment is wrong, correst it(you may get idea by moving it again n again, whether it comes bbacl to its orgignal position or not...

> remore the tonor cartidge and insert it back while looking on the lever movements.... and you ll get whats the matter with it..



PLEASE note it,,, that i think,, the sensors are NEVER damaged !!! mind it.....my knowlegde says , sensors are hardly damaged ..



-----Adios.... Tauseem Omer...Ravian Kemcolian.

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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SOURCE: HP L7680 won't print black, cartridge is new, says

Try printing a Diagnostic page or clean cartridge. Looks like the printheads might be clogged due to low usage or general wear and tear, they may not be working as desired.

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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This is typical cartridge problem.Which cartridge changed?This printer can print with the only one cartridge inside it, whatever which.Try this: Open cover put out color cartridge then close cover.If blinking stops replace color cartridge.If blinking continues put out black cartridge and put in color.If blinking stops replace black cartridge, if not stop replace both cartridges.
If this not help your printer has problem in carriage unit and need repair.

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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---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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I have an hp officejet pro L7680 printer and am having trouble finding new 88xl cartridges for it. Will the 940xl cartridges work in this printer


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You cannot install HP 940 Cartriges for Officejet Pro L7650 as they are not compatible and the mechanism is different for both the cartridges,
In your printer, the HP 88 fits on the left bottom corner of the printer and the HP 940 cartridges are mounted on the Printhead inside the printer on HP Officejet 6500 AIO.
Regards,Suhail

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My printer will not print black. What can I do?


try to check if protected plastic is remove, also try to run clean head maintenance may be some solid ink stored in printer head.

Apr 10, 2010 | HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer

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My HP L7680 has stopped printing black. The black cartridge is OK but I have replaced it with a new one to be sure. There is no error message but it just prints all other colours but not black?? HP...


Dear Its,
4 tray cartridge printer, i request you to please by orginal black cartridge ( No.18) and insert into the tray, def. it will start printing ...also if any damge from any relay or cartridge the printer wont work.

So the problem from cartridge only. pls try new.

Jun 28, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer

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HP L7680 gives error ink in cartridges depleted can not printbut they are full


I had this problem recently after replacing the yellow ink cartridge. After much wrangling with HP, they sent me a new cartridge (since it's date code was not expired) and that seemed to fix that particular issue. You might also try getting a replacement cartridge from the vendor that sold you the one in question since it's likely to be faster and less painful than going to HP directly.

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HP Officejet Pro L7680 All In One Printer Spits Out Blank Papers.


Are these new cartridges? If so, take the protective plastic off of the cartridge and reinsert them:)

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