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If not printing anything go to printer properties and print a test page. If nothing visible replace cartridge. Cartridges known for drying up when not frequently used. Use cotton swab with rubbing alchohol to clean any dried ink from ports and reciever.
If it is a color printer, try printing just grayscale or black& white. It is is already set to print just b/w, try printing in color. Basically you may be out of ink. Run the printer utility to clean the heads and see if anything changes. A new set of cartridges should fix the problem, I believe.
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The problem lies with the refilled cartridge.
1.) Try wiping the bottom of the cartridge with a moist paper tower, to clear up any dried ink.
2.) Put cartridge back in and use the "clean nozzle" feature on the fax machine.
3.) If these steps don't work, it is best to take the refilled cartridge back to the place and have them take a look. Sometimes it can be salvaged.
The print-head (bottom part of the cartridge, retangular shaped, where the ink comes out) is blocked, thus the ink isn't able to come through. This is NOT any fault of the ink refilling service, but rather a wear and tear issue with the cartridges. Most refilled cartridges will work perfectly fine and save you a lot of money.