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Printer is telling me that the ink cartridge is not compable

Have not changed cartridges, but printer has been printing. then it stops and says it is not compable with printer.

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I take it that you are probably either using generic or refilled cartridges. Try using a Penguin / Pelikan or an original. Should sort out your problem

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Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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