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New printers are putting a micro chip in them ,so they don't accept compatable ink be careful when buying one and make sure it definately takes compatable inks or it will cost you a fortune if not most computer shops will fit a chip in them so they are compatable

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Is it the new original cartrigde colour or not ? If yes, you should ask a guarantee from the seller.
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They cut costs on Epson compatible cartridges by using low quality ink and chips or not resetting the chips at all. Sounds like you got cartridges that the chips were not reset on so your printer thinks all the cartridges are empty. I own a Cartridge World ink refilling store and I would never recommend purchasing compatible Epson cartridges from anyone. I would buy refills of Epson brand cartridges and make sure the seller reset the chips.

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