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Can't remove used ink cartridge from G600 Printer dock???

We need to replace used cartridge -but it it lodged tightlty in printer dock. there are no instructions how ro remove and replace this item??Please advise and or forward instructions. Thanks.
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  • lisalandry12 Feb 13, 2009

    i have the same problem tried everything wont come out

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    if can be stored can you use existing equipment

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Hold the transfer button down then hold the left arrow. Make sure the printer is on. Should here some clicking noise. When it completes then remove the ink cartridge.

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  • debbie_ri784 Nov 12, 2010

    i actually had the same problem and did try holding the transfer button and left arrow key down and it did the noise but the ink cartridage did not budge so this is what worked for me i picked the printer dock up and hit it down on the desk once and it dislodged the printer ink and it was out of ink so that was the problem hope this works for you

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