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Color cartridge Does the message "Remove and check color cartridge" mean that I need a new cartridge? I removed and checked it numerous times but to no avail -- still the same message.

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  • tvarady Dec 22, 2008

    I have the same problem:"remove and check right cartridge". I've tried everything and the message remains. What does this mean. I just (2 days ago) replaced it with a new cartridge.

  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    INSTALLED NEW CARTRIDGE AND STILL GET MESSAGE REMOVE AND CHECK CARTRIDGE

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Yes, it sounds as if you do need a new color cartridge

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