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Put in a new refilled cartridge and still reads X and won't print telling me to order ink

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  • Ginger24 Feb 24, 2009

    My Dell 924 has been working well and suddenly it tells me that the black ink cartridge is missing, or unsupported, I have replaced the cartridge with a new Dell one, uninstalled and reinstalled the software, cleaned the contacts on the cartridge and machine with alcohol, unplugged it, and it is still the same, is there anybody out there who can help me or do I have to buy a new machine.

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Go to page 49 of the manual ("http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/924/en/om_en/om_en.pdf" if you don't have it) good luck!

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