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Can't clear "Remove and Check Cartridge" msg.

Did all troubleshooting on hp website, went through it again with tech support, reset printer, tried new cartridges. Tech. support told me it was the printer and there is no fix...any ideas on what is wrong with printer and how to fix. The problem is on the color cartridge side.

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Re: Can't clear "Remove and Check Cartridge" msg.

Yo9u told what what you did to cure your problem but you did not tell us what the problem was in any detail- what about the colour cartridge?

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