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Error 1203 is an issue that occurs either when a cartridge is bad or the printer cartridge Slot is bad...
1 - try cleaning the copper contacts of the both carts and cart slot in the printer and try again.. or 2 - when error shows up, shut the printers power off; wait one minute and turn it back on press copy. All the best Pineworks
This might well be another case where saving $ on a refill has cost you the wasted ink you bought. In my experience, refilled cartridges and 3rd party cartridges just dont cut it. Replace your cartridges with the OEM products and you will not go far wrong.
There will probably be others who have had other experience, this is mine and my recommendation.
You can refill the cartridges with ink but what they don't tell you is the cartidges can only be use 3-4 times if not less...the electronic package on the cartridge is not designed for multiple use. You may have to install all new cartidges and if the system has been corrupt, you may to uninstall and re-install the device for it to work.
Hello! 28 and 29 are not meant to be refilled. They can physically be refilled, but they won't work. That is because Lexmark has put in a smart chip that doesn't allow refill. You need to buy 28A and 29A or 34 and 35, those cartridges can be refilled with no problem.
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Have you recently refilled or replaced any of the cartridges. 1203 is usually one of two things.
1. An overfilled cartridge (fixed by wrapping in damp paper towel for a bit until excess ink wicks out)
2. Ink smeared on contacts (fixed by cleaning contacts on cartridge and on printer's cartridge housing)