Question about Brother MFC-665CW All-In-One InkJet Printer
The solution above is lame because a) the plastic protector on this cartridge is *huge* and you are not likely to fit thwe cartridge in the printer with that on and b) because this cartridge has *no* contacts.
Pleasee refreain from posting solutions if you have not actually seen the printer. Thank you.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Take out the cartridge and make sure that all of the plastic is removed from it. Also take it out and make sure that the contacts are clean, (don't touch them with your fingers) and see if its properly seated
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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Open the top panel of your inkjet printer. You should be able to access the ink cartridges once the top is open. Some printers will reposition the cartridge carriage to provide you better access.
Remove the old cartridge from the carriage. Depending on the printer, you may need to press down on the cartridge and then pull outward to remove it. Other printers may require you to lift the cartridge out of the printer.
Unpackage the new replacement cartridge completely. New cartridges will often include plastic strips and protective packaging that must be removed before you can insert the cartridge into the printer.
Insert the new cartridge into the printer. This will be the reverse of removing the old cartridge.
Close the top panel of your inkjet printer and allow the printer to detect the new cartridge. You should now be able to print using your newly changed inkjet cartridge.
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