Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

I just went along, tearing it apart. Pictures are of what I found, along with some of the tools I used.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your HP OfficeJet Pro 8000, use our service manual.

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  • Removing tray and such.

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  • Taking off the top.

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  • Print heads coming out.

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  • Ink coming out.

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  • T10 bit; time to start unscrewing.

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  • Finding screws.

I don't find helpful the pictures about finding the screws, step 6. Only the last foto shows a screw on the right wall of the bottom panel.

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  • Finding more screws.

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  • Finding hidden screws.

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  • Finding more hidden screws; breaking off side-panel cover thingy.

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  • The motherboard.

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  • Finding more release mechanisms.

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  • Off come more outer panels; some with more (brute) force than others.

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  • Miscellaneous parts.

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  • More parts/stuff coming out.

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  • Getting deeper!

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  • Various assemblies coming apart/out.

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  • Found some T8 screws used for a controller board and the motor screws.

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  • Motor out, and plastic guide slide thingy detached from one end.

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  • Print head assembly/hoses coming out/apart.

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  • More print head stuff.

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  • More miscellaneous assemblies.

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  • Another group of circuitry.

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  • More mechanical parts.

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  • More assemblies, and a pile of junk...

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  • Leaked magenta, and as far as I went before calling the job "done enough".

marvelous! Did you get it back together and running

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