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completely agree with you jeff! I think it just runs off of the date you put the last printer cartrige in or how many prints you have ran with it in. theres a little "microchip" thing on the front of the cartriges that if you switch that out with one off of a new cartrige, your old one will still work fine. but then you only have a certain amount of time/prints that will still come out of your new cartrige if you switch it back after the old cartrige is depleted. If you even deplete the whole old cartrige before the printer decided that the chip on that one is too old or printed too many pages...complete BS, I dont think I have ever been this mad at company before, and I will never ever buy another kodak product again!!!
Ok. Remove both cartriges. Put them aside. Remove the new printhead from its bag and all the protection things. To remove the old one, press the button at the top left of the printhead. Put the new printhead in, secure it by pressing the sticker with the finger, and replace the cartriges and print the alignment page.