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Printer saying yellow cartridge empty put new oone in but telling me the same problem but not a epson cartridge the new one i bought

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Are you saying that the new cartridge was not Epson (I'm assuming that you have an Epson printer.)? If you're using a generic cartridge, you should try a new one from Epson. Sometimes generic cartridges won't work.

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