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OfficeJet-7510 needs new ink cartridges #572

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goatchurchprime opened this Issue Sep 29, 2017 · 5 comments

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goatchurchprime commented Sep 29, 2017

The error message was not clear about what colours it's down on, where to get the ink from, or how to fit it.

I have updated the broken link (thank you HP) to the printer on this page:
https://github.com/DoESLiverpool/wiki/wiki/OfficePrinters

Need to insert details of what cartridges it needs, how much they cost, where they are stored, and how to replace.

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There's even racks of ink cartridges for sale in the Tescos next door, but I don't know which one to buy if I am in a hurry and can't wait for a cheaper internet supply

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goatchurchprime commented Sep 30, 2017

There's even racks of ink cartridges for sale in the Tescos next door, but I don't know which one to buy if I am in a hurry and can't wait for a cheaper internet supply

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This issue list is your friend :-)

Searching the closed issues for "ink", I found #519 which is when we last ordered cartridges, which includes a link to where we got them. So we can order some more. (This is why we record such details, people :-D)

However, given we bought a few sets last time, there could be some spares. In the stationery cupboard maybe? Updating the wiki will be a good idea once we've located where they're stored (I can't remember exactly, and am not in the office to check)

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amcewen commented Sep 30, 2017

This issue list is your friend :-)

Searching the closed issues for "ink", I found #519 which is when we last ordered cartridges, which includes a link to where we got them. So we can order some more. (This is why we record such details, people :-D)

However, given we bought a few sets last time, there could be some spares. In the stationery cupboard maybe? Updating the wiki will be a good idea once we've located where they're stored (I can't remember exactly, and am not in the office to check)

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You could use QRCodeifier to print a label to stick on the cartridge with a comment and a QR code on it pointing to the Wiki page that links to the consumables details... :-)

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ajlennon commented Sep 30, 2017

You could use QRCodeifier to print a label to stick on the cartridge with a comment and a QR code on it pointing to the Wiki page that links to the consumables details... :-)

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There are two more full sets of cartridges (in brown cardboard boxes) on top of the letter trays on @DoESsean's desk. @johnmckerrell is replacing the black cartridge (there was a spare one of those aside from the two full sets).

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amcewen commented Oct 3, 2017

There are two more full sets of cartridges (in brown cardboard boxes) on top of the letter trays on @DoESsean's desk. @johnmckerrell is replacing the black cartridge (there was a spare one of those aside from the two full sets).

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Wiki updated to note that the spare cartridges are stored in the stationery cupboard.

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amcewen commented Dec 11, 2017

Wiki updated to note that the spare cartridges are stored in the stationery cupboard.

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