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I have bought new epson blk ink but it wont work.

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SOURCE: new ink caretridges not getting accepted by epson stylus cx4400

Try removing the cartridges and cleaning the metal contacts with alcohol where the carts sit

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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click on the first link and follow the instructions. if this doesn't work, then try clicking on the secind link and method.


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http://epsonresetter.co.cc/reset-printer-epson-RX650.html

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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