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Its said it was out of black ink so i put a new one in and it still says it is out of black ink

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Try use Q-tip with clear water to clean the cartridge and carrier contact plate

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I just put in a new black ink cartridge and it will not print black ink. The color ink prints, but the black will not.


Hello nicfurtaw, there are dried ink on the ink carousel, or cradle, you may need to soften the ink. Use cotton buds, dip into warm water and gently wipe the ink hole where the ink pass through, until the carousel is clean.
  1. remove the black ink cartridge
  2. find the spot where the ink pass through
  3. see dried ink on it.
  4. use cotton buds dipped in warm water to soften the ink.
  5. do this several times
  6. clean enough, test to see if the black ink will pass through
  7. replace the black ink cartridge
  8. test the printer.

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My black ink ran out so I replaced the ink


Hi:
I have used the printer series that you have for years, and once in awhile, I get a new cartridge that won't immediately print. Often, there is just a bit of dried ink residue on the print head, and that won't allow the cartridge to work correctly.

Some simple things to try are :

1) Remove the black cartridge. and take a damp paper towel and gently swab the print head area. Next, apply some pressure to the sides of the black cartridge, until you see black ink oozing out of the print head. Repeat if needed. Once the ink starts flowing, blot off the excess, and install the cartridge.

If you can't get ink to flow, then the cartridge might be bad. Most of them have an expiration date on the packaging.

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I haven't used my canon pixma for a few weeks, came to use it again and the 3e black cartridge won't work, (tried printing from computer and copying) have done a clean, deep clean and nozzle check, even...


The black print head is clogged. The reason why the black is clogged and not the photo black or any colors is that the black is pigment ink and the photo black and colors are dye based ink. The pigment ink is a particulate formulation that binds up when water is evaporated out of the ink. You need to buy a new print head the fix the problem. You can buy a new print head for $75 from precision roller.com.

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Hi, I have an epson stylus cx6600 , I replaced the black ink and the pages printed afterwards were full of lines, I cleaned the nozzles and cleaned the heads twice. I then took out the black ink cartridge...


Did you put a new cartrige the first time, or just put ink in the old one? Ink cartriges dry out. If you let them sit for extended periods of time, you don't save ink, you let them dry out. You can try to bag and wrap them if you are not going to use for awhile and see if they keep longer...but usually you just have to get a new one. I've heard you can put tape over the end of it to keep it longer...don't know from experience though. New carts will usually do the trick though.

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New Black ink in it and it still won't print in black


Printer not used for long time before? Ink dried inside head. Use spuit tube, connect to black nozzle. fill tube with cleaner. wait for 1 -2 hours.

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How do I remove and install new black ink cartridge in Canon K10222 printer please


How to Remove the black ink tank on the Canon K10222

Turn the printer on and open the printer cover. (The print head will move from the right to the center.)
Lift up on the Push mark on the black ink tank to unlock the ink tank from the allocated slot of the print head and lift it out.

How to Reinstall the new black ink tank

Install the new black ink tank by inserting the the new black ink tank where the old one was removed. Put the back rear edge in first. Then press down the Push mark on the front top of the black ink tank until it snaps into place with a click sound
Close the printer cover and you are done

Hope that makes sense...
Take Care,

Michael

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dear oceantracks maybe one of the black cartridge chip think that ink is running low or not ink is left in the cartrridge.

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