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When I refill the black cartridge it seems too disappear to nowhere. I know its full because the ink spews out of the exit point. Is there a problem with my print head or is it something more sinnister?

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Seems to be a problem of your cartassy. The foil is damaged. The ink is inside the printer! So be careful. Try to open dcp: Use pictures how to open cover. After that try this:

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