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Officejet pro 8600 plus is threatening to damage itself if I turn it off before putting the cartridg

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This is a new (used) printer in great shape but I want to take the cartridges out and turn the printer off and it's telling me to make sure I put them in before turning it off otherwise I'll risk damaging something. Is this really true? These can't be turned off without cartridges in them? 

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Don't turn HP Officejet 8600 OFF without ink cartridge that can cause printhead failure.

 

You can find more details on page 90 of the user manual.




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Page 90? its all about web services 

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Double-check again, it's work with ink cartridges on page 90

 

 

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