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Remove and check right cartridge

I have opened it up and taken out both cartriges and put them back in and hi ok and the flashing exclaimation will not go away.

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  • gigcyth Nov 27, 2007

    did that.. still flashing excalimation.. now what

  • cadieuxs Dec 13, 2008

    Try to clean it and that didn't work. Now what?

  • threeshseets Dec 20, 2008

    Same problem - no solution??

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Try cleaning the contacts where the cartridge goes.

good luck

Posted on Dec 12, 2007

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