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Says that I need ink even though I just replaced it

MY HP OFFICEJET PRO L7590 SAYS TO REPLACE THE INK, EVEN AFTER I HAVE INSTALLED A NEW CARTRIDGE. I HAVE REPLACED IT 3 TIMES IN A DAY!

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Replace all the ink cartridges??????? If this is HP's idea of how to sell more ink my printer will be floating down the Ohio River very shortly.

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Hi,
to resolve the issue please replace all the ink cartridges and clean the print heads and reinsert the cartridges and align the printer. Click here for instructions to replace the ink cartridges.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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