i bought my printer about year and a half ago. Used it maybe 15 times? - i still have original ink in the printer since the time i bought it so imagine that... Today i needed to print something- but i got an error saying that cartridges cannot move and to clear the jam or obstacle. Wait a min... i havent printed anything on it for months so what JAM?? anyway- i opened it up and no jam but then i noticed that this little plastic gear under carriage for ink is loose and off the metal rod that it is supposed to be on. I checked and of course my printer is out of warranty. so i got to play with screw driver and opened up the printer, retrieved loose part and i was ready to put it back all together. GUESS WHAT?! This plastic little gear is broken and i cant find it anywhere to buy online. this plastic part cant be more than $1 and i am not throwing out the printer for that little part- I REFUSE!!!! the problem is i dont even know what is the name of the part. Can someone help and guide me to a list of all the parts for this printer so i can order it online and fix it up? It literally is about 1 inch wide rounder gear with grooves that rotates and move other gear around. please help!
I have gone through your Post and unfortunately you will not be able to order those printer parts
Please contact HP Support in your region and they will arrange for the repair
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2) Select your product type below.
3) Enter the serial of your device.
4) Select the country from the drop-down.
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But why would I request repair when it will cost me most likely same amount as buying new printer. And I really dont want to pay fortune to repair a thing that is most likely 35c. And technically the printer is like brand new. If I used it a lot then I understand that parts get worn out- but I used it maybe 15 times all together to print single pages...
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