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Black ink cartridge

I removed my Black ink jet cartridge and had it refilled at Office max. The same cartridge was returned, filled, with a test strip. I reinstalled the newly refilled cartridge and got the message "remove and check black cartridge". I removed and reinstalled it about 6 times with no luck. What gives?

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Usually a contact issue. Try wiping the contacts in the carrier as well as the contacts on the cartridge. I have even cleaned the cart. contact with a pencil eraser then wiped them. If this does not work try a new cart.
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