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I threw away the color cartridge, thinking i didn't need it, being that i just just black...is there any way i can bypass that using only one cartridge?

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There are printers that require both the black ink and the color ink cartridges. Unfortunately, you'll need to have both and at times needs them to be not empty for a printer to work. It usually doesn't matter whether you're printing colored or just black.

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