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We do not use color ink - is there a way to convert the stored fax to black and white?

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No, all cartridges must be installed and have ink in them.

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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How do I change the toner?


The Fax-2480c does not use toner cartridges.
This is an inkjet and so uses ink cartridges.

There are 4 cartridges, black, yellow, cyan (blue) and magenta (red). If any of these cartridges are empty, you need replace them.

This machine takes LC-51 cartridges.
You're probably out of warranty so jsut get refills... it's cheaper

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I have a "BJC-4400" printer that has a cartridge holder for a BC20 cartridge. I'd like to replace it with a holder for both black and color cartridges. ~ Bob V


You will be able to replace it with a BC-21e cartrige adapter witch will hold colour and black cartriges in the same spot!

Here is an image of what it looks like:cbad7e0.jpg You will need to purchase the
BCi21BK Black ink tank 2af5c22.jpg and the BCi21C Colour ink tank
6ef4d60.jpg which are all available from http://www.stinkyinkshop.co.uk/acatalog/Canon_BJC4400.html
or your favourite ink provider source.

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I changed the ink cartridge the black one but it still says cartridge empty I unplugged it and it still sais the same thing


My MFC-420CN acts up occationally. Remove the new cartridge, hold it as you would to install it, Rotate it to the right about 45°. Snap it with the back of a finger (dislodges any air bubbles in ink feed). Reinstall cartridge (ensure it is fully seated. This works for both Brother cartridges and the eforcity cartridges I've been using for the past couple of years. HTH
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I just installed a Lexmark 2500. It came with an ink cartridge (color) I purchased a black cartridge and installed it but it does not seem to be working. How do you darken the ink on this printer. It seems...


start
control panel
printer and fax
right click your printer, choose properties
go tab by tab and look for print quality and then try
something like this
choose econo mode, or ink saving mode to start.

try to print in grayscale mode and use only the black ink cartridge.

that should be your new default, and you don~t have to change it from winthin other programs

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I Need to Print


Sadly in a word, 'No'.

Here is the exact answer from Brother:

Your Brother machine is designed to stop ALL printing operations
(printing from the pc, printing received faxes and printing copies or reports) when any of the ink cartridges are empty. This is to ensure the life of the print head and maintain premium print quality. If the unit were to continue printing, print jobs and cleaning cycles would suction air from the dry cartridge and damage the printhead. Even if you print in black only or change the print settings to MONO or GRAYSCALE to avoid printing in color, the programmed cleaning cycles would still suction the dry cartridge, because they are programmed to clean ALL the ink nozzles.

The only way to continue printing is to replace the empty ink cartridge or cartridges.

While memory is available, black and white faxes will continue to be received into memory. If a color fax is being received, the Brother machines HANDSHAKE will request the fax be sent as black and white fax.

All faxes received into memory will automatically print once the ink cartridge is replaced.

NOTE: Brother strongly recommends that customers do not use generic ink or refill their Brother ink cartridges. Using non-Brother supplies may affect the hardware performance, print quality and machine reliability since the ink formulation in genuine Brother ink cartridges prevent smearing and clogging of the print head. The Brother limited warranty does not apply to any problem that was caused by the use of unauthorized third party ink and/or cartridges.

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CANON C555 - Black & white only?


You could remove the color cartridge altogether, or just select "Print in grey scale" from the printer properties box.

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Cartridge recommendations


You can purchase Canon cartridges directly from Canon here. The BC-10 is a cartridge that prints with black ink only. The BCI-10 is the replacement ink tank for this cartridge (a new cartridge comes complete with an ink tank). The BC-11e is a cartridge that prints both black and color, and has two ink tanks, the BCI-11 black and BCI-11 color. A new BC-11e cartridge comes complete with two new ink tanks.

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Received in Memory issue


=) SOLUTION!!! To print from memory, simply press the "FAX button on the front panel.
Then, press the "MENU" button. "1. Fax Settings" will appear in the display. Press the
"right" arrow key once so that you get "Memory Reference" to appear on the screen.
Press the "OK" button once. It will display "Print List", but you want to "Print Document",
so press the "right" arrow key until you get to "Print Document" and press "OK."
Once you are there, press "OK" again and the message "Print 1st page only?" It displays a YES and NO, so hit the left or right arrow key to choose. If you want to print the entire document,
choose NO and press "OK" Your document will print out!!! =)

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No printing for Canon S400


Simple stuff first:
Is the tape off of the bottom of the ink cartridge?

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Black printing morphs into red after black ink cartridge installation


Your printer creates it's black by using ALL the colours together. This effectively gives a very dark purple rather than black.

It sounds like you have a colour cart that is drying up or may be struggling to get enough air into the cartridge. Make sure you have removed any tape over the vent holes if you are using compatible inks. If not then try running a couple cleaning cycles via the button panel/driver.

If you alter the settings in the driver by going into START - PRINTERS AND FAXES and then right click on your 2610 and select PROPERTIES - the changes you make in here will be set as the default settings for each print job.

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