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Selphy cp510 ink roll won't eject

Eject ink cartridge

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  • Lisa M Feb 20, 2012

    I need to replace the ink cartridge but the release button won't let go. I used to hit it and the roll would pop out automatically. I've tried forcing the old cartridge out with a screwdriver but it isn't budging. Ideas?

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