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HP Photosmart and Officejet Printhead

When you've tried all solutions for solving "0xc..." errors and any one works... you have to change the printhead.

HP Print Head Printhead CB326-30002 CN642A for HP 564XL and HP 564

  • PhotoSmart B8500
  • PhotoSmart B8550
  • PhotoSmart B8553
  • PhotoSmart B8558
  • PhotoSmart C309 Series
  • PhotoSmart C309a
  • PhotoSmart C309g
  • PhotoSmart C310a
  • PhotoSmart C510a
  • PhotoSmart C5300
  • PhotoSmart C5324
  • PhotoSmart C5370
  • PhotoSmart C5373
  • PhotoSmart C5380
  • PhotoSmart C5383
  • PhotoSmart C5388
  • PhotoSmart C5390
  • PhotoSmart C5393
  • PhotoSmart C6300
  • PhotoSmart C6324
  • PhotoSmart C6340
  • PhotoSmart C6350
  • PhotoSmart C6375
  • PhotoSmart C6380
  • PhotoSmart C6383
  • PhotoSmart C6388
  • PhotoSmart D5400 Series
  • PhotoSmart D5445
  • PhotoSmart D5460
  • PhotoSmart D5463
  • PhotoSmart D5468
  • PhotoSmart D7500 Series
  • PhotoSmart D7560
  • PhotoSmart eStation All-in-One
  • PhotoSmart Fax e-All-in-One - C410a
  • PhotoSmart Premium e-All-in-One
  • PhotoSmart Premium Fax
  • PhotoSmart Premium Fax All-in-One
  • PhotoSmart TouchSmart Web All-in-One Printers 

HP 920 printhead CN643A - CD868-3001:
  • OfficeJet 6500 Series
  • OfficeJet 6500 Wireless
  • OfficeJet 7000
  • PhotoSmart B109A B109N B109C B109D B109f
  • PhotoSmart B209 Series
  • PhotoSmart Plus


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Solution 1:
Disconnect the power cable from the printer.Wait 1 hour.Connect the power cable
Solution 2:
Check and Clean Head contact pin condition of the carriage unitCheck Cable connection especially the carriage FFC
Solution 3:
Turn off the power Open the panel Turn on the power Wait for print carriage to start moving to the left.Let it go past half way Before print carriage reaches left hand side shut the cover. Leave the Printer turned on
Solution 4:
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Error 6C10 appears on these Canon printers: MP110,MP550, MP560, MP540, MP600, MP610, MP630, MP800, MP810, MP830, MP970, MP980, MP620, MP640, IP3600, MP990, MG5200, MG5300, MG6100, MG6200, MG8100, MG8200... and others...
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