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Printer keeps asking me to remove and check black cartridge

I have insalled a new cartridge but it keeps asking me to remove and check every time before i print. i do , it works but it keeps asking me each time

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I had the same problem, and it seems to have corrected itself. I too, installed a new "45" black cartridge and got the message to remove and check color cartridge. After I removed it and cleaned it the message stayed on the display for about 5 minutes and then asked me to "align cartriges." After I aligned them I had no problems.

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SOURCE: printer keeps saying "INSTALL BLACK CARTRIDGE".

If you are using Windows.
Go into "Start", "Printers and Faxes".
Right click on the printer icon.
Click properties.
Look for reset cartridge.
Or something similar.
That should fix the problem.

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SOURCE: Error message "remove and check black cartridge"

Buy a new HP cartridge, 3rd party cartidges for HP machines have substantially lower reliability

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SOURCE: Did a black print cartridge refill at Costco. It

You used one of the worst refill services available. There's a reason they have a flat rate for refills, they use non cartridge specific inks, don't clean out the cartridge, and have a machine not a person do the thinking and the work for them. You will have similar failure on cartridges refilled by Walgreens, Office Max, and cheap online refills. I suggest Cartridge World first then Office Depot for refills. They have high quality standards and recycle your cartridges by refilling them.

Posted on Dec 19, 2009

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