The HP Officejet 5510 has every one of the abilities of a printer, scanner, copier, and fax machine, and is good with both PC and Macintosh PCs. It can print color documents at a resolution of 4,800 x 1,200 dpi, and black-and-white documents at 1,200 x 1,200 dpi; print speed averages fifteen pages per minute. The HP Officejet 5510 utilizations a two-cartridge system; one cartridge contains dark ink; the second is a tri-color cartridge. Replacing the ink cartridges is a simple assignment that you can finish in a matter of minutes, regardless of technical proficiency.
1-Turn on your printer and lift the access door until it locks into place. The print carriage will move to the middle.
2-Once the print carriage has stopped moving; remove the empty cartridge by pushing down on it and pulling it towards you.
3-Remove the replacement cartridge from its packaging. Peel the pink tape far from the base while holding the cartridge by the sides.
4-Hold the replacement cartridge with the label on the top. Slide cartridge into the suitable slot (right side for black ink, left side for tri-color). Insert cartridge at a slight edge, then apply pressure until it snaps into place.
5-Close the print carriage access door.
6-If the display board is inciting you to adjust the print cartridges, press “ok.” Otherwise, adjust the print cartridges manually by pressing “Setup,” then “5,” and after that “2.” The printer will print an alignment page.
7-Place the alignment page on the glass; flush with the upper left corner and with the highest point of the page closest the left side of the glass.
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