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Cannot figure out how to remove the ink cartridge from my A920 Dell printer, please help?

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Make sure your printer is on. on the front of the printer there is a place where you can lift up the scanning part, that should open up the inside of the printer and within a few seconds or so the cartridge tray should come to you and from there you can remove the cartridges.

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    • 1 Load printer paper into your Dell A920 Printer.
    • 2 Open the Dell Printer Solution Center on the computer. Click "Start," located in the bottom left corner of your computer. Select "Programs" from the menu displayed. Click "Dell printers." Click "Dell AIO Printer A920" and then click "Dell Printer Solution Center" to open the Dell Printer Solution Center.
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    http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/A920/a920en1.pdf

    just checking that you also removed any "tape" that might have been on the ink cartridges prior to installing them?

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    cheers !

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