Dit is een aantal algemene gereedschappen dat gebruikt wordt om aan dit apparaat te werken. Je hebt niet elk stuk gereedschap voor elke procedure nodig.
For simple instructions for common solutions go here to the HP Photosmart C4780 All-In-One Printer Troubleshooting Guide.
Identification and Background
The Photosmart C4780 All-in-One printer is a relatively compact printer, weighing in at just over 10 lbs. The modern design integrates a mixture of matte and glossy blacks on the casing with HP logos on the outside of the paper tray and scanner lid. This printer supports Print, Copy and Scan functionality.
Like many low-cost printers, the C4780 became popular when Apple ran a deal for college students where you could get this printer for free with the purchase of a MacBook Pro in 2009. However, these have a high TCO and are often recycled in a few years when the ink gets too expensive, or a few sets if the printer was meant to be used to get them by for a while.
- 1.45" TouchSmart LCD
- Holds up to 80-100 sheets of paper
- PC/Mac support
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi, USB 2.0
- Direct memory card scanning
- Memory card compatibility: SD, XC, MMC and MS/DUO
- Energy Star qualified
This printer uses HP 60/60XL Tri-Color ink cartridges. 60XL ink is more expensive, but more economical then 60 standard cartridges.
Like any Tri-Color printer, there are instances where you will find your color cartridge is considered "empty" because one color was depleted. You can check this by the weight of the cartridge and refill the empty color(s) to revive these, but this will never clear the ink empty flag. However, the printer is happy to ignore the levels and just nags you. This is messy but revives the cartridge.
The best mitigation for this is to use all 3 colors equally as often as possible.