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Wont run even though i have changed the black cartridge as it requests

I have just replaced the black cartridge in my hp 7140xi but it will still not run. the sreen is still asking me to replace the black cartridge

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Turn off the printer.
pull out the black ink cartridge and reseat it. make sure there is no shipping tape attached and it "click" in the carrier.
turn on the printer, close the cover.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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