Resetting HP printer after installing a new ink

All other HP all-in-one products The low ink warnings will not prevent printing on most products. Press Enter to clear the error message and continue printing. When colors are incorrect or the print becomes faded, replace the cartridge. The warning occurs so you can get a new cartridge before the current cartridge is completely empty. It also prevents lost faxes because of low ink on fax capable products.

 If the HP products is indicating that the ink is low after installing a new print cartridge, it does not recognize that the new print cartridge was installed. Perform the steps below to try to correct the problem.

  • Turn on the HP product.
  • Open the print cartridge access door.
  • Remove both cartridges.
  • Wipe the electrical contact points of the print cartridge with a cloth.
  • Print cartridges ship from the factory with a thin coating of protective grease on them to prevent oxidation. This coating may be preventing good electrical contact.
  • Unplug the power cord, wait five seconds, and then plug it back in.
  • Reinstall the print cartridges.
  • Perform a print cartridge alignment if prompted.


Being green is everyone’s responsibility

December 2, 2013

By Nathan Dahm

With Liberty High School’s renovations well underway, a question is presented: What efforts are being made to make Liberty a more sustainable place?

Liberty’s construction is planned around incorporating materials that will reduce the carbon footprint of the school. The installation of two green walls — used to reduce carbon emissions and make use of slightly polluted “grey” water — exemplify features aimed at making Liberty a more eco-friendly school. However, innovative design is not the only factor that contributes to sustainability. Nathan Dahm

Nathan Dahm Liberty High School

Although Liberty is already considered a more eco-friendly school than average, few students know about key things they could do to help reduce the school’s impact on the environment — an issue that “green teachers” are attempting to resolve.

“We have to have sustainable living if we’re going to continue to be on Earth,” social studies teacher Jessica Johnson said. “We’re trying to get the word out that [sustainability] is important.”

Composting food, and recycling batteries, ink cartridges, cellphones and various paper products are only a few of the programs Liberty offers. However, student awareness of the resources available is unfortunately still lacking.

“We want to make sustainability something that is beyond just an environmental or science issue,” science teacher Tracy Dennis said. “Building sustainable habits that are reasonable and make sense” are ways students can contribute.

Ultimately, the issue revolves around individual awareness, and the responsibility of his or her actions toward sustainability.

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  • Recycle your empty cartridges!

    Send your empty cartridge to the following address:

    Green Project, Inc.
    P.O. Box 92461
    City of Industry, CA 91715