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Users Guide

Table of Contents
Navigating the Users Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

Beyond the Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41


Printing Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Printing Banners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Printing Photographs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Printing Labels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Printing Envelopes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Printing Transparencies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Printing Iron-On Transfers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Setting Up Your Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3


Connecting your printer with a parallel printer cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Setting up your printer with a USB Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 More information about your printer software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Printing Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
How to choose paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Finding the HP print settings box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 How to print on standard paper sizes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 How to print on different paper sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 How to print on both sides of the paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 How to create a mirror image of your document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 About color. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 About pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Getting Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
HP Customer Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52

Appendices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
The HP DeskJet Toolbox. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Print cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Maintaining your printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 Increasing printer performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Minimum printing margins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Supplies and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Language Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Environmental Attributes of the DeskJet Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74

Step 4: Insert print cartridges


1 Press the Power button to turn on the printer. light The Power light comes on and the Print Cartridge blinks. 2 Open the top cover. The cartridge cradle moves to the center of the printer.

4 Carefully remove the protective vinyl tape from the tri-color and black print cartridges.

Note: Be sure not to touch the ink nozzles or the copper


electrical contacts. Also, do NOT remove the copper strip; these are electrical contacts required for proper operation of the print cartridges.
Black Print Cartridge Vinyl Tape Tri-color Print Cartridge

Vinyl Tape Ink Nozzles Ink Nozzles

3 Remove the print cartridges from their individual packages.

5 For each print cartridge, lift the cradle latch inside the printer. With the copper electrical contacts toward the rear of the printer and the print cartridge held vertically, push the print cartridge firmly down into the appropriate cradle.

Insert the black print cartridge in the right cradle, and insert the tri-color print cartridge in the left cradle. You must insert both print cartridges for the printer to operate.

Note: If the Print Cartridge

light continues to blink or if the cradle doesnt move to the right side of the printer, take out both cartridges and reinsert them. When a print cartridge starts to run out of ink, replace it. If you do not have a replacement, leave the empty print cartridge in the cradle of the printer. The printer will not print with only one print cartridge installed. We recommend you keep spare print cartridges on hand. When buying print cartridges, check the part numbers referenced below carefully to make sure you are buying the right print cartridges for your printer. These print cartridges have been specifically designed to work with your printer to produce results that are always clear, always sharp.

6 Close the latch. You will hear a click and feel resistance when the latch is pushed down. 7 Close the top cover. The Print Cartridge light continues to blink for awhile and then goes off. (Youll hear the cartridge cradle return to its home position on the right side of the printer.)

840C, 842C, and 843C require: Black HP No. [15] (equivalent to C6615 Series) Tri-Color HP No. [17] (equivalent to C6625 Series)

Step 5: Load paper in your printer


1 Pull out the IN tray and slide the paper-width and paperlength adjusters out as far as possible to make room for the paper. Flip up the OUT tray for a better view of the IN tray.

2 Remove a stack of paper from its packaging. (Make sure all the paper in the stack is the same size and type.) Tap the stack on a flat surface to even it up.

OUT Tray IN Tray

3 Load the paper into the IN tray, printable side down. The IN tray holds up to 10 mm or 3/8 inch at a time. 4 Push the paper toward the back of the paper tray until it stops.

Paper-length adjuster Paper-width adjuster

5 Slide both paper adjusters to fit snugly against the papers edges. Make sure the paper lies flat in the tray and that the paper fits under the tab of the paper-length adjuster.

Step 6: Install the printer software


Before you can use your new HP DeskJet printer, you must install the printer software on the computer from which you will print. Your printer software is located on the CD included with your printer. From time to time, Hewlett-Packard provides updated printer software. Go to Printer Software on page 54 for information on obtaining updated printer software.

Before You Begin


1 Make sure the computer is fully set up and operational. 2 Make sure that the printer is properly set up and ready to print using the instructions provided earlier. 3 Make sure that the printer is connected to the computer with a parallel printer cable and that no peripheral devices (such as scanners, backup units, and switch boxes) are installed between the printer and the computer. 4 Make sure both the printer and the computer are turned on.

6 Slide the IN tray all the way back in. Flip the OUT tray back down if its up.

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5 Close any software programs that are open and running on the computer, except the HP DeskJet installer, Windows Explorer, or Program Manager. See page 26 for instructions on how to close software programs. 6 Follow the installation instructions for your computers operating system.

Installing the printer software from the CD


Note: If the New Hardware Found box appears during the
installation procedure, click the X in the upper-right corner of the box, or click Cancel. 1 Insert the HP printer software CD into your CD-ROM drive. For Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0, do the following: a. From the taskbar, select Start Run. b. Type the identifier of your computers CD-ROM drive, then type setup.exe. For example, D:\setup.exe. c. Click OK. For Windows 3.1x, do the following: a. In the Program Manger, select File Run. b. Type the identifier of your computers CD-ROM drive, then type setup.exe. For example, D:\setup.exe. c. Click OK.

Note: If you dont know which drive letter is for


your CD-ROM player, open Windows Explorer or File Manager and look for the letter next to the CD-ROM icon.

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2 When the opening screen appears, click Install HP DeskJet 840C Series Printer Software. (Your printer model number will be on the install button.) 3 When the HP License Agreement box appears, read the agreement and click Accept. 4 Do one of the following: If the printer is turned on and is connected to the computer with the parallel printer cable, the setup program automatically detects the printer and the port to which it is connected. Then, proceed to step 5. OR If the printer is turned off or if the connection to the computer has not yet been made with the parallel printer cable, the setup program asks you to specify which port to use for the printer. Select an LPT-type port; the default setting of LPT1 is appropriate for most computers. Click Next and proceed to step 5.

5 Follow the instructions on the screen. If something goes wrong, go to If you have problems installing on page 13.

Note: The HP DeskJet 840C Series printer is


automatically set as the default Windows printer. If you find that it is not the default Windows printer, go to Setting the HP DeskJet Printer as the Default on page 26.

Note: If you need the printer software on floppy disks:


Contact your local HP Customer Care Center, listed on page 55. OR If you have access to a computer with a CD-ROM drive, insert the printer software CD in this computers CD-ROM drive and begin the software installation. When the opening screen appears, select Make diskettes of your printer software.

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USB Step 6: Connect USB cable


1 Lift the cable access door on the back of the printer. 2 Plug one end of the USB cable into the USB port on the printer.

USB Step 7: Install USB and printer software


Note: You can also refer to steps 8a through 8h on the
USB Cable Setup Quick Start Poster

1 After a few seconds, the Add New Hardware Wizard screen appears.

Note: If the Add New Hardware Wizard screen does not


appear, your computer may not be USB-enabled. You can still enjoy the full capabilities of your HP DeskJet 840C Series printer by connecting the printer to the computer with a parallel cable. Go to Connecting your printer with a parallel printer cable on page 3 for setup instructions. 2 Click Next. 3 Plug the other end into any USB port on the computer.

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3 Click Next in this screen, too.

5 Double-click the CD or disk drive icon, which ever is appropriate for the type of media you are installing from. Click on the win98usb folder then click OK to close the Browse screen and return to the Wizard.

4 Select Specify a location and then click the Browse button. Do NOT click Next. 6 Click Next.

The Add New Hardware Wizard searches for the win98usb driver. If Windows is unable to find a driver, click Back to return to Step 4. 22

7 When the driver file is located, click Next.

9 Soon the opening screen for installing the HP DeskJet printer software appears. Click Next.

The driver file is installed on your computer. 8 When you are notified that installation of the USB software is completed, click Finish.

10 When the HP License Agreement box appears, read the agreement, then click Accept.

If something goes wrong with the USB software installation, go to Problems with your USB installation? on page 24.

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11 If you are notified that the HP DeskJet printer port could not be located, select the USB port. Then click Next. 12 Follow the on-screen instructions. If something goes wrong with the printer software installation, go to If you have problems installing on page 13.

Problems with your USB installation?


How can I determine if my computers USB port is enabled?
First, follow the installation instructions beginning on page 14. If you dont see the Add New Hardware Wizard screen after connecting your printer to your computer, perform these steps: 1 In Windows 98, select Start Settings Control Panel. 2 Double-click the System icon. 3 Click the Device Manager tab. 4 Click the plus (+) icon before the Universal Serial Bus Controller item. If you see a USB host controller and a USB root hub listed, USB is probably enabled. If your printer is connected through another USB device or hub, connect your printer directly to the USB port on the computer. Also, make sure the cable connections are firm. (USB hubs are hardware devices into which you can plug multiple USB cables.) If you do not see these devices listed, refer to your computers documentation or contact the manufacturer for more information on enabling and setting up USB. Remember, you can always use a parallel cable to connect your printers parallel port to your computer.

Note: The HP DeskJet 840C Series printer is automatically set as the default Windows printer. If you find that it is not the default Windows printer, go to Setting the HP DeskJet Printer as the Default on page 26.

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I accidentally cancelled the USB installation the first time I connected my HP DeskJet printer to my computer. How do I get it to appear again?
To redisplay the USB installation screens: 1 Disconnect the USB cable from your printer. 2 Insert the printer software CD (or Disk 1 if you have diskettes) into your computer. 3 Click Start Run. 4 Browse to your disk drive and select Setup, then click Open. 5 The setup.exe file will appear in the dialog box. Click OK. 6 Select the Remove HP DeskJet 840C Series Software option. 7 Connect the USB cable to your printer again. The USB installation screen should appear again. 8 Continue with the first step of USB Step 7: Install USB and printer software on page 21.

When I install the USB software, I get an Unknown device is found message.
Disconnect the USB cable, remove the printer software, and turn off the computer and printer. Unplug the electrical power to the printer, then reconnect your printer and restart the USB software installation.

After I installed my printer, why isnt my HP DeskJet printer assigned to an LPT printer port in the Print dialog box of my software application?
USB uses a different naming convention for USB devices. After the printer has been installed, you see USB/DeskJet 840C/ (serial number of your printer).

How can I increase printing speed?


When operated on a USB chain, your printer may become slower if other USB devices or software applications are being used while youre printing. For optimal print performance, avoid using other devices in the USB chain while printing.

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Finding the HP print settings box


After you lay out the page and choose the text, pictures, fonts, and colors from your software program, you need to select settings such as paper type, paper size, orientation, and print quality in the HP print settings box. Where is it? The way you get there varies depending on the software program and the operating system youre using. Try these strategies from the File menu of your document, and youre sure to get there.

3 If you still dont see the box, click Setup, Options, or Properties.

...Or Try This


1 If Print isnt there, click Printer Setup or Print Setup.

Try This...
1 Click File and then click Print. 2 Then click whichever button you seeSetup or Options.

2 Then click whichever button you seeProperties, Setup, or Printer. 30

...then click a tab, and then click a setting.


Show your finished work at its best. Click Best print quality. Best is recommended for photographs printed on photo paper. Save money and trees. Print on both sides of the paper.

Save time and ink. Click Draft mode. Draft is recommended for printing test pages and proofing drafts.

Flip the image. Click Mirror Image. This is great for iron-on transfers.

Select the appropriate settings. Choose the correct paper size and type for the job.

Save time and color ink. Click here to print drafts of color documents in shades of gray

Note: Features and wording on the HP print settings box


tabs may differ from that shown here depending on your printer model.
Manage your ink and drying time. Use sliders to adjust the amount of ink on the page, and to allow for extra drying time.

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How to print on both sides of the paper


The easiest way to save paper is to print on both sides. Just put the paper through the printer twice: the first time through it prints the odd-numbered pages and the second time through it prints the even. 1 Load the paper in the IN tray. Make sure that theres no paper in the OUT tray. 2 In the HP print settings box, click the Features tab. (See Finding the HP print settings box on page 30.) 3 Then click Book or Tablet. Use Tablet when the sheets of your document will be bound at the top edge. Use Book when the sheets of your document will be bound on the left. 4 Print your document. The printer automatically prints only the odd-numbered pages. The printer then displays a message on your computer screen, telling you how to reload the paper. 5 Load the printed pages back in the IN tray of the printer. The following illustrations show how to Load the paper back in the printer for the Book option and the Tablet option.

Book option

Odd-numbered pages print first.

Reload to print the evennumbered pages.

Tablet option

Odd-numbered pages print first.

Reload to print the evennumbered pages.

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Appendices
Until now, weve been talking about the what, where, and how of your printer. If youre ready for some simple facts about the printer and printer supplies, here they are.
You may be able to increase photo printing speed by enabling Hardware ECP. Click the Configuration tab and check Attempt to Use Hardware ECP. Apply your changes and print your photo.

The HP DeskJet Toolbox


Use the HP DeskJet Toolbox for cleaning your printer, finding information, and printing a test page. To find the HP Toolbox, follow the instructions for your Windows system.
Click here to open the Users Guide. Click here to align the print cartridges. Click here to clean the print cartridges.

For Windows 95, 98, and Windows NT 4.0


Click Start Programs HP DeskJet 840C Series HP DeskJet 840C Series Toolbox. Click the HP Toolbox button that appears on the Taskbar at the bottom of the screen when the HP Toolbox is open. Click an option, then follow on-screen instructions.

Click here to print a test page.

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DeskJet 810C - Main Assembly Locator


REF PART NUMBER C1823AA DESCRIPTION Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 475 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Colors) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Asia/Pacific) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 475 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Colors) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Canada) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 475 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Colors) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Europe) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 475 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Colors) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Latin America) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 475 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Colors) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for USA) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 360 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Asia/Pacific)

C1823AC

C1823AE

C1823AL

C1823A

C1823DA

C1823DC

Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 360 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Canada) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 360 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Europe) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 360 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Latin America) Tri-Color Ink Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 360 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for USA) Tri-Color Ink Economy Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 180 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Asia/Pacific) Tri-Color Ink Economy Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 180 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Europe) Tri-Color Ink Economy Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 180 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Latin America) Tri-Color Ink Economy Print Cartridge - Prints Approximately 180 Pages Based on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for USA) Tri-Color Ink Cartridges (2 Pack of C1823D) - Each Prints Approximately 360 Pages on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Asia/Pacific) Tri-Color Ink Cartridges (2 Pack of C1823D) - Each Prints Approximately 360 Pages on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Europe) Tri-Color Ink Cartridges (2 Pack of C1823D) - Each Prints Approximately 360 Pages on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for Latin America) Tri-Color Ink Cartridges (2 Pack of C1823D) - Each Prints Approximately 360 Pages on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for USA) Tri-Color Ink Cartridges (2 Pack of C1823D) - Each Prints Approximately 360 Pages on 13.5% Total Density (4.5% for Each Color) on a 8in by 10in Print Area (for USA) Top/front access door - Print cartridge access door - Solid door without a window opening

C1823DE

C1823DL

C1823D

C1823GA

C1823GE

C1823GL

C1823G

C1823TA

C1823TE

C1823TL

C1823T

C6618AN

C587040045

C645860001 C645860002 C6458A C645960001 C645960002 C6459A C646060001 C646060002 C6460A C646160001 C646160002 C6461A C646260001 C646260002 C6462A

Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Strawberry Window - With Installation Instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Strawberry Window - Without Installation Instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Strawberry Window - Replaces the Existing Door Top/front access door assembly - Print cartridge access door with lime window - With installation instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Lime Window Without Installation Instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Lime Window - Replaces the Existing Door Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Tangerine Window - With Installation Instructions Top/front access door assembly - Print cartridge access door with tangerine window - Without installation instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Tangerine Window - Replaces the Existing Door Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Grape Window - With Installation Instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Grape Window - Without Installation Instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Grape Window - Replaces the Existing Door Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Blueberry Window - With Installation Instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Blueberry Window - Without Installation Instructions Top/Front Access Door Assembly - Print Cartridge Access Door With Blueberry Window - Replaces the Existing Door I/O and power input cable covering door No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 21 ml Ink (for Asia/Pacific) No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 21 ml Ink (for Canada) No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 21 ml Ink (for Europe) No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 21 ml Ink (for Latin America) No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 21 ml Ink (for USA) No 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 25 ml Ink (for Asia/Pacific)

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C640940014 C6615AA C6615AC C6615AE C6615AL C6615AN C6615DA

C6615DC C6615DE C6615DL C6615DN

No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 25 ml Ink (for Canada) No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 25 ml Ink (for Europe) No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 25 ml Ink (for Latin America) No. 15 Black Ink Print Cartridge - 25 ml Ink (for USA) Main logic PCA cover - Has cut outs for the USB interface socket, parallel interface socket, and power module socket Main Logic PCA EMI Shield - Installed Between Main Logic PCA and Main Logic PCA Cover Main logic PCA - Configured for English font - Not for Europe Main Logic PCA - Not for Purchase in Europe - Can be Configured for Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, Lithuanian, Latvian, or Thai Font DeskJet 810C Nameplate Left Side Case - Covers the Left Side of the Printer Output door - Separates output media from input media Keypad assembly Worldwide Input Power Supply Module - 100V-240V, 50/60Hz - Does Not Include Detachable Power Cord Power cord (For 120V in the USA, Canada, Mexico and Latin America) Note: This power cord has been recalled to order replacement power cord kit please call 1-877-917-4378 or visit http:h30022.www3.hp.com/home1/ Power Cord (2 Wire, Quartz Gray) - 120V in USA/Canada - 1.8m Power Cord (Gray) - Japan - 1.8m Power Cord (2 Wire, Quartz Gray) - Australia - 1.8m Power Cord (2 Wire, Quartz Gray) - for 240V in the UK - 1.8m Power Cord (2 Wire, Gray) - India - 1.8m Power Cord (2 Wire, Gray) - for China - 1.8m Power Cord (2 Wire, Quartz Gray) - for 220V in Europe, Asia Pacific, Germany, Spain, France, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal - 1.8m Right Side Case - Covers the Right Side of the Printer

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C641140008 C640900007 C641969118 C641969119

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C641140001 C455760020 C455740026 C455760009 C640960014 5185-7509

8120-8330 8120-8336 8120-8337 8120-8341 8120-8345 8120-8346 8121-0023

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C640960162

DeskJet 810C - Carriage Assembly


REF 1 PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION

C4557-20026 Felt Retainer - Holds the Lubricating Felt to the Side of the Carriage (2 Used) C4557-20027 Cartridge Latch Shaft - Installed Near Top of Carriage - Used to Hold Cartridge Latches in Place C4557-60045 Cartridge latch (Black) - Holds black ink cartridge in place C4557-60046 Cartridge latch (Color) - Holds color ink cartridge in place C4557-80002 Felt Washer Mounted to Sides of the Ink Cartridge Carriage Assembly - Used to Lubricate the Carriage Rod (2 Used) C6409-40031 Ink Cartridge Carriage - the Largest Piece of the Carriage Assembly Does Not Include Other Items Such as Latches or Felt Washers (Also Known as the Cradle) C6409-60003 Ink cartridge carriage assembly - This item should be replaced only by trained, experienced service personnel

C2145-00037 ESD Blade - Installed Between Cartridge and Carriage PCA (Only one used on the color cartridge side)

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C2145-00033 ESD Spring - Installed Between ESD Blade and Carriage PCA C6409-60237 Ink cartridge carriage PC board C6409-40028 Belt Attachment Plate - Mounted to back of Ink Cartridge Carriage Assembly - Used to attach the Carriage Drive Belt C5870-40036 Integrated Slider - Mounted to Top Rear of Carriage Assembly

DESKJET 810C - PAPER DRIVE MOTOR ASSEMBLY


REF 1 2 3 4 5 6 PART NUMBER C4557-00038 C4557-40102 C4557-40121 C6409-60200 C5870-00010 C6409-60004 DESCRIPTION Paper Motor ESD Shield - Attaches to Paper Motor Bracket Feed Roller Cluster Gear - Large Gear Installed on the Paper Motor Bracket Paper Encoder Disk Guide - Keeps Paper Encoder Disk in Position Near the Paper Encoder PC Board Paper encoder PCA - Controls operation of paper motor Paper motor mounting bracket Paper advance motor

DeskJet 810C - Paper Tray Assembly (1 of 2)

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PART NUMBER C6409-40034 C4557-60049 C5870-40028 C5870-60081

DESCRIPTION Left wall pusher - Pushes against left side of media to maintain correct edge alignment Paper Input Tray Pressure Plate - Tray Installed in Rear of Input Tray - Used to Lift Paper Stack Paper Input Tray Base - Holds Paper Supply for Printer - Does Not Include the Pressure Plate Assembly Paper Input Tray Assembly (Partial) - Holds Paper Supply for Printer - Includes Only Base of Tray and Pressure Plate Assembly Left Wall Spring (Rear) - Provides Pressure Against Media Attached Near the Rear of the Width Adjust Width adjust (Gray) - Holds media against right wall of input tray Left Wall Spring (Front) - Holds Left Wall Assembly in Position Attached to the Front of the Width Adjust Width Adjust Channel - Mounted Under the Left Wall Paper Input Tray Base - Holds Paper Supply for Printer - Does Not Include the Pressure Plate Assembly Paper Input Tray Assembly (Partial) - Holds Paper Supply for Printer - Includes Only Base of Tray and Pressure Plate Assembly Fine paper length adjuster (Gray) - Holds paper firmly against the back of the paper input tray Length adjust pad (Poron) - Mounted under the fine length adjuster Length adjuster - Media input length adjuster Paper length adjuster spring - Provides tension for paper input length adjuster Paper Input Tray Pressure Plate - Tray Installed in Rear of Input Tray - Used to Lift Paper Stack Paper Input Tray Assembly (Partial) - Holds Paper Supply for Printer - Includes Only Base of Tray and Pressure Plate Assembly

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C4557-00030 C6411-40004 C4557-00029 C5870-00006 C5870-40028 C5870-60081

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C6411-40005 C4557-80027 C5870-40037 C4557-00031 C4557-60049 C5870-60081

DeskJet 810C - Paper Tray Assembly (2 of 2)


REF 1 PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION

C4557-60062 Banner PCA and Cable Assembly - Installed Inside Left Panel of Paper Output Tray C6411-60004 Paper tray left side assembly (Left cheek assembly) - Includes left cheek, banner PCA and cable assembly, banner switch lever

C4557-40116 Paper Tray Left Outer Panel (Left Cheek) - Attaches to Left Edge of Wing Frame C6411-60004 Paper tray left side assembly (Left cheek assembly) - Includes left cheek, banner PCA and cable assembly, banner switch lever

C6411-40006 Banner Lever - Attached to Front of Paper Tray Left Outer Panel Used to Choose Either Single Sheet Paper or Continuous Feed (Banner) Paper C6411-60004 Paper tray left side assembly (Left cheek assembly) - Includes left cheek, banner PCA and cable assembly, banner switch lever

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C4557-40024 Left wing - Holds printed paper after being ejected C4557-40025 Right wing - Holds printed paper after being ejected C4557-40098 Paper Tray Left Inner Panel (Left Cheek Cap) - Mounts Between Left Wing and Left Outer Panel C6409-00017 Wing Spring - Provides Pressure on the Wing During Paper Output

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C4557-40099 Paper Tray Right Inner Panel (Right Cheek Cap) - Mounts Between Right Wing and Right Outer Panel C4557-00011 Drawer spring - Holds input drawer in place C4557-40034 Drawer cam - Short, spring loaded lever attached to the base of the wing frame - Used to draw input tray into position C5870-40019 Paper Tray Right Outer Panel (Right Cheek) - Attaches to Right Edge of Wing Frame C5870-40039 Wing frame - Chassis for in/out tray components C4557-20020 Envelope spring - Holds envelopes in position for picking

DeskJet 810C - Rear Access Cleanout Assembly


REF 1 2 3 PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION

C4557-40014 Back Plate - Holds Latch Spring, Knob and Latch Components of Rear Cleanout Assembly C4557-20009 Latch Spring - Provides Friction for Rear Access Door Knob C4557-40042 Rear Access Cleanout Latch - Installed in Back Plate - Used in Conjunction With Rear Access Cleanout Knob to Hold Back Plate in Place (2 Used) C4557-40013 Rear paper guide - Guides media through rear of printer C4557-40090 Rear cleanout door knob C4557-40015 Rear Roller (Black) - Between Paper and Rear Paper Guide C4557-20003 Rear Roller Spring - Flexible Axle for Rear Roller C4557-60076 Rear cleanout door assembly - Paper jam cleanout door

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DeskJet 810C - Service Station


REF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 PART NUMBER C4557-40066 C4557-60013 C5870-40016 C4557-40068 C5870-80007 C4557-60014 C4557-00026 C5870-40014 C4557-40069 C4557-40079 C5870-40017 C5870-60004 C6426-60054 DESCRIPTION Drive Shaft (Shaft with Molded Gears on Each End) - Mounts Inside the Service Station Spittoon Assembly Sled Cap Assembly - The Top Cover of the Service Station Assembly Includes Cartridge Caps Service station bonnet - Top cover of the spittoon - Has cutout for pallet/link assembly Cap Vent - Mounts Under the Sled Cap Assembly - For Equalizing the Print Cartridge Capping Pressure (2 Used) Spittoon sponge - Absorbs excess ink from cartridges Wiper Assembly - Metal Base With Plastic Wipers Cap Spring - Provides Pressure to Cap Parked Cartridges Spittoon base - The bottom of the service station assembly Cap snap - Installed between pallet/link assembly and sled cap assembly - Used to hold the cap spring Transfer Gear (Double Gear) - Mounts on the Side of the Spittoon Assembly - Used to Drive the Service Station Drive Shaft Cluster Gear (Large Gear) - Mounts on the Side of Spittoon Assembly Driven by the Service Station Motor Assembly Service station motor assembly - Includes PC board and gear Pallet/link assembly - Installed between spittoon and sled cap assembly - Mounting platform for the wiper and capping systems parts

DeskJet 810C - Upper Paper Guide Assembly


REF 1 2 3 PART NUMBER C6409-40022 C5870-40024 C4557-20002 DESCRIPTION Upper paper guide - Guides media through paper path OOPS flag - Media sensor - Mounts on the top right edge of the upper paper guide Pinch Roller - Provides Downward Pressure on Media as it Passes by Upper Paper Guide

DeskJet 810C - Printer Mechanism (1 of 2)


REF 1 2 3 4 5 PART NUMBER C455760022 C455740049 C455700024 9170-1655 C640940021 C455760003 C455780075 DESCRIPTION Motor Cable Assembly - From Main Logic PCA to Paper Motor, Carriage Motor, and Paper Encoder Carriage drive belt - Moves printhead side to side Ferrite retainer - Holds head drive flex cable ferrite Ferrite Core - Attaches to the Head Drive Flex Cable Carriage rod adjuster - Used to support and align the carriage rod (2 used) - This item should be replaced only by trained, experienced service personnel Carriage Drive Motor Assembly (Includes Pulley) Carriage Assembly Flex Cable - Between Main Logic PCA and Ink Cartridge Carriage PCA

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C455700018 C455740007 C587060092

Encoder Spring - Provides Tension for Encoder Strip Gear - Mounted on Pickup Roller Assembly Pickup roller assembly - Shaft with large rollers, gear, and 2 bearings - Picks paper from paper input tray - Available for trade sales in Europe and Asia/Pacific - Available for authorized service centers only in USA Pickup roller - Shaft with large rollers - Does not include other items such as gear or bearings Encoder Strip (Clear Strip with Position Marks) - Used by the Sensor in the Carriage Assembly to Determine Position Carriage rod - Shaft that the carriage assembly rides on - This item should be replaced only by trained, experienced service personnel Turnaround Assembly - Mounts in Right Side Base of Printer Provides Carriage Belt Tension - Does Not Include Spring Belt Tension Spring - Provides Tension for Carriage Belt Keypad and Service Station Cable Assembly - Between Main Logic PCA, Keypad, and Service Station

C642660049 10 11 C455780001 C640920004 C455760109 C455700017 C587060140

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DESKJET 810C - PRINTER MECHANISM (2 OF 2)


REF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 PART NUMBER C455740128 C455740130 C640900008 C455760011 C455720003 C587040029 C455700033 DESCRIPTION Left Backbone Brace - Installed on Left Side of Printer Base to Provide Support for Backbone Left Wall Brace - Installed on Left Side of Printer Base to Provide Support for Left Wall Upper paper guide support - Base for upper paper guide Separator Pad - Separates the Top Piece of Paper From the Rest of the Stack During the Paper Pick Up Operation Rear Roller Spring - Flexible Axle for Rear Roller Separator Peg - Mounted Underneath the Separator Pad Link spring - Provides tension to shaft of pick cam gear

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C455700009 C640900013 C642960025 C640940040 C587020002 C455720007 C455740021 C587040030 C455740016 C455720028 C455700037 C455780019 C455740150 C455740063 C587040020 C587000004

Seperator Spring - Provides Pressure Between Seperator Assembly and the Center Drive Roller BacKBone - Large metal item where the main logic PCA and the carriage drive motor are mounted - This item should be replaced only by trained, experienced service personnel Pivot Link - Installed Between the Pick Cam Link Pin and the Pivot Pick cam - Controls pressure plate and lever Paper stacker (kicker) spring Pinch Spring - Provides Tension on Upper Paper Guide Feedroller Idler Gear - Between Shift Plate and Pick Roller Pivot Assembly - Large Plastic Item Below the Feedroller Assembly - Picks and Feeds Media Through Print Mechanism Should Be Replaced Only by Experienced Service Personnel Kicker - Restacks paper in stack after top sheet is picked EOR tension spring - Maintains tension on wear strip Pressure plate lever - Transfers upward pressure from the separator lifter to the kicker Paper Motor Encoder Disk - Mounts on the Left End of the Pivot and Feedroller Assembly Shaft Pivot snap - Used to hold pivot to pick feed roller shaft Separator Lifter - Small Plastic Piece Installed in Base of Print Mechanism Under the Lower Paper Guide - Used to Lift the Separator Peg Right backbone brace - Installed on right side of printer base to provide support for backbone Wear strip - Long, spring loaded strip mounted in top of backbone - Used to ensure smooth ink cartridge carriage motion

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C455720024 C455740095 C455760025 C640960037

Shifter spring - Provides tension on the pivot Gear - Mounted on Pivot Feed Roller Assembly Pivot feed roller - Shaft with 4 hard rollers - Does not include other items such as gear or encoder Pivot feed roller assembly - Shaft with small rollers and paper encoder - This item should be replaced only by trained, experienced service personnel Paper Pusher - Small, Spring Loaded Lever Attached to Pivot Pushes Against Left Side of Paper to Maintain Right Edge Alignment (2 Used) Paper pusher spring - Maintains alignment in paper tray For the Bottom of the Printer (4 Used) Service Station ESD Grounding Clip - Attached Between the Service Station and the Printer Base

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C587040022 C455700035 C455740118 C587000002

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