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Printer says left ink cartridge incorrect.

I double checked to make sure that is right. it a brand new cartidge. what do i do to fix the problem?

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Hey it is your cartridge that is bad try and change it to another one that using another cartridge of the same type try this first if it persist go and give it to the specialist.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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