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well if its to big or small you should get a bigger or smaaler carton or you can check the hand book with the printer it came with(i think) or go to the link below help on changing ink cartons for printers
Hi, here are the posible solution that we can give to you regarding this issue:
1. Check if the ink cartridge that you installed are the correct ink cartridge specified for your printer. You can check your Printer User Manual regarding the correct cartridge and if possible check the partnumber.
2. Replace the ink cartridge with the specified ink cartridge for your printer.
Without knowing where your "compatible " cartridges came from, it's difficult to say. The correct cartridge types for a 1290 are T007 and T009. Do your cartridges with lugs show these numbers? In general, compatible cartridges will fit into the cartridge carrier without problem. Yes, Epson did fit plastic key lugs to their cartridges to artificially make cartridge A different to cartridge B, when in reality they were identical e.g. C46 and C48. Now, compatible cartridges for your printer are incredibly cheap on E-Bay. My advice is just to throw away the troublesome luggy ones you have and buy some more on E-Bay - they will fit without trouble.