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Scanner failure, black ink expired

Have tried to turn on and off scanner, with no success. Not really going to use it much anyway, but REALLY would like to print, possibly fax occassionally.! One solution here was to put something over a contact point? Took both cartridges out, replaced both the ink cartridges at a refill shop, as store did not have in stock!!...and cannot figure out which points to try and tape over to bypass "black ink expired"...HELP!!

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  • jhenson Dec 27, 2008

    I have a d145 but don't use it much. I just want to scan but my ink is brand new out of package but old. I am removing battery from inside left side (small button) and am going to try to reset date clock so ink will not register expired. Good luck!

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As far as the expired cartridge is concerned, Check out the answer at the following link:

http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/forums/inkjet/27744

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