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HP Designjet 10000s Printer Series - Waste Ink Bottle Replacement

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The HP waste ink bottle has been specifically designed to contain waste ink from the printer. It is designed to work with the printer’s waste ink quantity estimation system to alert the user when the bottle is full. It provides safe handling and disposal of waste ink when sealed with its attached cap.
Use only an HP waste ink bottle. The bottle must be installed according to instructions or waste ink may overflow.
An HP waste ink bottle must always be installed before turning the printer on. Automatic and manual service cycles produce waste ink that must be contained in an HP waste ink bottle.
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Use disposable latex or Nitrile (R) safety gloves to handle the HP waste ink bottle. Always use both hands to remove and carry an HP waste ink bottle.
Keep the HP waste ink bottle upright. Do not place it on tables or shelves where it could fall.
Waste ink is combustible. Keep an HP waste ink bottle containing waste ink away from open flames, sparks, or other sources of ignition.
Never store waste ink in a glass container.
Never pour waste ink into a container filled with other chemicals.
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Do not remove the cap from its tether to the HP waste ink bottle. The cap is needed to seal the HP waste ink bottle properly for disposal.
The level in the HP waste ink bottle must be checked by visual inspection to prevent overflow. If the waste ink level is above the indication line, the bottle must be replaced with an empty HP waste ink bottle.
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Place a sheet of paper under the HP waste ink bottle on the floor when removing a bottle containing waste ink. This will help clean up any ink spills. If soaked with ink, treat the paper as a combustible material and dispose of properly.
HP recommends that you always keep a spare empty HP waste ink bottle available. Some maintenance procedures require installation of an empty HP waste ink bottle to prevent ink overflow.
The HP waste ink bottle contains organic solvents and must be disposed of in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. Always securely replace the cap on a full or partially-full the HP waste ink bottle after removing it from the printer to prevent ink spills.
Ensure all operators are trained in the use of emergency equipment such as eye wash stations and fire extinguishers and know where they are located.
note:
Do not replace the waste ink bottle during printing.
The waste ink bottle must be checked on a daily basis to make sure that it is not full.
If full, it should be emptied as follows:
  1. Loosen the screw (2) and lift up the lever (1) to release the waste ink bottle.
    Figure : Loosening the screw and lifting the lever
  2. Carefully pull out the waste ink bottle (1) , taking care not to spill ink on the printer or on the floor.
    Figure : Removing the waste ink bottle
  3. Seal the waste ink bottle with its cap and dispose of the filled bottle properly according to all local, state, and federal regulations.
  4. Lift the lever (1) and install the empty waste ink bottle (2) .
    Figure : Installing the empty waste ink bottle
  5. Lower the lever (2) and insert the ink tube (1) into the bottle, and tighten the screw (3). Make sure the waste ink bottle is securely in position.
    Figure : Lowering the lever and tightening the screw
  6. The front panel will request you to reset the waste ink counter.
  7. Select YES and press the OK key to reset the waste ink counter.

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