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My ink light is blinking not stop

Even since i changed my black cartridgar, the ink light is keep on blinking and would not print at all.

also my color cartridgar is empty for long time and i did not had any issues before like this. as i have changed 2-3 times before this as well with color cart being empty.

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  • vampelle Nov 22, 2008

    ok got the problem fixed. my color cart was damaged so i got a new one and its worked.

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If you have ink blinking change ur cartrigars, as black is needed to be filled not necssary for color.
and in my case my black was empty and my color was damaged. so i had to replace both of them.

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