First you need to install printheads. This process is not more complicated than the installation of cartridges, with the only exception that to re-close the fixing head mechanism, as already mentioned above, it will be possible only with the replacement of the heads themselves. Closed - forgot about the heads before the replacement. Unfortunately, we could not find printheads for this MFP, so their cost is still unknown.
For refueling, the container must be turned over and, having opened the rubber stopper of the corresponding tank on the MFP, insert its patented upper part into the receiving hole. The ink will gradually pour into the tank. Not instantly, without splashes and bubbles. Everything happens very carefully. As soon as the level of ink in the tank reaches the upper limit line, the capacitance must be disconnected from it. At the same time, nothing will be spilled either.
At the first refueling, one tank accurately fills the corresponding MFP tank to the maximum level. But at the subsequent refueling it is better not to wait, when the level of ink will decrease to a critical mark, and to make refueling in advance. It is better then to refuel the device with the remains of ink from the container. The fact is that when air gets into the ink path, and then into the print head, the head mechanism will most likely fail. Nobody will give a guarantee that after installation of the new head everything will work as before, because the air can remain in the path. In general, the device will have to be carried to the workshop. To prevent this from happening during transportation, the ink tank unit has a feed blocking mechanism, which has already been mentioned above.
HP DeskJet GT 5820 All-in-One Printer Driver
Support for :
- Windows (10, 8.1, 7)
- Mac OS