Drvirao, if you're talking about just refilling the ink cartridge itself, there are refill kits available for purchase, some for a reasonable price. I've provided a link (just copy the entire link below and paste it into your web browser) I know for sure that HP provides Ink Cartridge Refill kits that you can purchase. I hope that this was able to answer your question.
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SIR, Are u purchased a new catridge or refilled one.If New catridge,there is a plastic ribbon/tape,first u have to remove that(u can see the tape on the right/left side of the catridge) ,then only insert the catridge in the printer.
I would not recommend trying to refill a toner cartridge, you don't want to breath in the fine toner powder. I suggest you purchase a new toner cartridge or a cheaper alternative, a re-manufactured toner cartridge for your model printer.
if you are using a refilled catridge you would not get ink levels right.
if you want right ink level use genuine ink catridges.
you can try taking out the catridges turning off the printer and turning it back on and then reinstalling the catridges.it might not help so if possible buy hp ink catridges.
While new printers usually have special sensors on the cartridge specifically designed to prevent unauthorized refilling, I think you're in luck with the D1560.
From what I've seen it looks like you just have to refill the cartridge through it's fill hole, which is underneith the label. All the refill kits out there do not mention any reset software, so this cartridge probably doesn't have a sensor on it.
Just make sure you get ink that is designed for that cartridge. Ink comes in different viscocities and it's important you get the same kind as what the original cartridge contained.