Incorrect Diagnosis

My earlier diagnosis of a bad ink cartridge was wrong. It turns out that the printer itself was the problem, and needed repair.

ScreenHunter_286 Jul. 27 14.05

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10 Responses to Incorrect Diagnosis

  1. kbray in california says:

    Sometimes I’ve had trouble with the wall socket when I thought it was my device.
    In that case your repair method might cause the lights to flicker.

  2. Hell_Is_Like_Newark says:

    Stop torturing yourself with inkjets. Get a laser printer. I bought a Brother brand color laser a few years ago. Turned out to be cheaper and a heck of lot less frustrating to operate.

  3. gator69 says:

    You should be careful when repairing electronics on your own, you could void the warranty.

  4. Otter says:

    Do you suppose it got the point?

  5. Jeffk says:

    I switched to laser printer after inkjet went. Black only toner. There’s no black only inkjet printers except fax machines?

  6. bkivey says:

    You get much better results with .40 hollow points.

  7. ozspeaksup says:

    you couldnt pay me to buy Lexmark:-) (or hp)
    hope the new ones a canon.
    and any of the new ones that are chipped ink wise, are a supercon job.
    when you buy the printer buy a chip resetter as well, that canon at least can be refilled multiple times as long as you dont let it run out the first time its low.
    I LIKE!! the means of final repair you chose though. good repurposing 🙂

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