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I cannot change the ink,because I can't get the chambers where the cartridges go to line up in its place.

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    Thanks you very much for your instruction,but I seem to have misplace or lost my manual.

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It is very easy to change ink in your Epson printers. First remove the old cartridges from your printer by following the instructions in your printer user manual. After that, clean the printer withcleaningcartridges. Then do a Nozzle Check and run another cleaning cycle. Repeat the last two steps for several times until only clear fluids get released. Now install the new ink cartridges into the printer and turn it on and start the prime cycle. or

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