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I ran out of black ink; I cannot get the new cartridge to go in to its slot correctly. Help

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The cartridge u have isnt for ur printer.
compare the new cartridge to your old one.
and figure out a difference.

I hope this helps.
gd luck

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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