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Whenever I hear of a "not responding" problem in the same sentence as "Wi-Fi" I question the wireless connection. I'm sure you've done the tests, but just to go over them; Is the printer working - can you get a test print out of it locally (setup)? Is the computer actually "talking" to the printer (Check network settings and local connections)? And, can you connect directly to the printer using a USB lead - and get a print? I would be tempted to tell the computer to find a new printer, in order to double check.
You may have accidentally installed updated firmware in your printer, so it doesn't recognize the carts anymore. You may have to "reset" the chips on your carts.
If resetting the carts doesn't help, I'd suggest contacting the place you got the refillable carts.
If all else fails try this: (at your own risk) 1. Turn on the printer 2. Open the rear cover and remove the paper feeder there 3. Insert a sheet of paper from the rear (in the slot at where the paper feeder just was. 4. turn off the printer The printers rolls will spin as it shuts down and it will pull in the paper, hopefully clearing the paper sensor.