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 Post subject: I refilled the ink, but it leaks.
PostPosted: Mon 20 Jul 2009 3:31 am 
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In general, the black cartridges of HP 500 and 600 printers have such structure that a separate air bag is connected to the top air injection hole, and it is inflated when it is full, and contracts and the internal pressure is adjusted as the ink is exhausted.

Therefore, after ink is refilled, the air should be re-instilled to inflate the air bag and adjust the internal pressure.

Sometimes when the air pressure is not adjusted after refilling the ink, or it is unstable due to the cartridge’s aging, the ink can leak or the print output can be blurred.

When this happens, make sure to perform air pressure adjustment once or twice, and use the printer only after the air pressure becomes normal.

For your reference, when you inject the ink to the top air injection hole (an arrow form) or the ink leaks while injecting, it is impossible to reuse the cartridge.


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 Post subject: Re: I refilled the ink, but it leaks.
PostPosted: Mon 20 Jul 2009 3:33 am 
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This happens when the rubber cap is not fastened enough or the air pressure is imperfect.

Therefore, make sure that the rubber cap is completely fastened, and readjust the air pressure according the instruction in the manual.


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 Post subject: Re: I refilled the ink, but it leaks.
PostPosted: Mon 20 Jul 2009 3:33 am 
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This cartridge has a structure that an internal absorbable material (sponge) is absorbing ink. Therefore, if more ink than the prescribed quantity is injected, or it is injected too fast, the ink that has not been absorbed will leak out.

When this happens, put the cartridge on a dry tissue for about 10 minutes, or re-apply the refill tool to extract the unabsorbed ink, and re-install it after the ink no longer leaks.

For your reference, color cartridges have different times for exhaustion for cyan, magenta and yellow colors because each color’s usage is different with each user’s environment.

Therefore, when you refill the three colors at the same time, you must adjust the quantity for the colors that are normally printed to prevent the ink’s spilling or leaking.


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 Post subject: Re: I refilled the ink, but it leaks.
PostPosted: Mon 20 Jul 2009 3:36 am 
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When three colors are refilled at the same time, or too much of ink are injected, or ink is injected too fast, the ink that was not absorbed in the internal sponge will leak in the nozzle.

When this happens, just keep the cartridge on a dry tissue until the ink dries up, or if you have a product with refill tools, you can extract a little ink. Then it should be OK. However, when the ink is spilled over at the top and mixed with other color, it is very difficult to recover it.


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