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105-3518 black and colour ink cartridges not installed

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SOURCE: printer won't recognise new colour cartridge

I got a new print head @ "staples" office supplies. It didnt cost me anything!!! Kodak had probs with the head, & gave a bunch to staples.....i changed the head, put in new inks, again...got a calibration to run...& things printed np!!! 

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SOURCE: there's colour and black ink in the cartridges but

try "clean heads" on printer driver or inside printer menu

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

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SOURCE: i recently replaced the black ink cartridge and do

Clean the cartridge and carriage electrical contacts with a cotton swab and alcohol.
put the cartridge and then power on the printer
do not print any page and restart again the printer it wil not display critical level

Posted on Apr 07, 2010

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SOURCE: changed ink and now the printer wont print

The old ink has probably dried, plugging the jets. Try going through the cleaning cycle (several times if necessary). If it begins to print at all then let the printer set overnight and try cleaning again.

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Posted on May 10, 2010

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SOURCE: i have loaded a new black & colour cartridges

Your problem is not uncommon. The most frequent cause is a small piece of tape is stuck to the bottom of the cartridge. When the cartridge is packaged it has a piece of clear tape covering the nozzle and contacts. It is not uncommon for a small piece to remain after you have removed most of the tape. Remove the cartridge and inspect it under good lighting for any tape residue.

Posted on Jun 12, 2011

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