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I can't get the color cartridges removed to replace them. They all seem to be stuck and Yes, I have lifted the lever up to unlock the cartridges and the color needed to be changed is in front. It all seems to be OK but no one can get the cartridges to come out

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Mine is pretty stubborn about letting go of the cartridges too. The best answer I can say is DON'T FORCE IT!

For mine, after turning the lever to unlock, I push the whole cartridge to the left slightly, then pull on the right (side with the lever)
If it doesn't let go, try turning the lever to lock it, then unlock it and try again.

I honestly don't know how I get it to release the cartridges, but it's never let one go on my first try, and it's always (eventually) let them go without forcing anything.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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Title:
I replaced my ink cartridge, but the LCD is still displaying "Ink Empty". What can I do?
Description: This is typically caused by an incorrect selection made during the LCD prompting after a cartridge is replaced. When an ink cartridge(s) is replaced, the LCD will ask, "Have you removed Blck? 1 Yes 2 No". This question will be asked for ALL 4 colors in sequence, regardless if the color was replaced. If "1 Yes" is NOT selected for the color(s) that was replaced, the LCD will return to "Ink Empty". Do the following to clear the message:



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