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Printer doesn't work with refilled ink cartridges

I need a way to override the cartridge chip, or reset the printer to use the refilled chip. I have heard of disconneting and re-connecting the battery on some models but thought there might be an easier way.

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  • ric_myworld Feb 11, 2009

    my printer is an HP Officejet Pro L7580. The black, yellow and cyan refilled cartridges are working fine, but the magenta shows that it is empty. I have replace with three different refilled cartridges, and they all say, out of ink, not allowing my printer to print. I can replace with my original HP cartridge that shows empty, and it will still print. Thanks

  • live4weekenz Mar 08, 2009

    I have the same printer...HP L7580 and also replaced all 4 cartridges with refillable ones. All work fine except the magenta shows empty.

  • Al Klein
    Al Klein May 11, 2010

    Some printers just won't work with refilled cartriges, some can be reset with external "resetters", some can be reset by doing something in the printer. We'd have to know the make and exact model number of the printer.

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