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if you get this warning again and again that mean your printer wast in counter is full yo have to reset it. i will give you 6 steps to reset it1 press resume botton hold for 1 - 2 minutes 2 open the cover3 release the cartridge and than put cartridge again4 close the cover5 turn off6 than turn on agin
or you can download reset software using general tools by this link below
http://www.mediafire.com/?nmfns4hixel

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