Question about Dell A960 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Well there is a couple things going one, first 50C means it is a cartirage problem, if you recently refill your ink cartilages, and waited for the cartilages to be super low, there is a fuse inside the electronic board that blows and it not fixable, dell is not right, there printer cartilages are made so you cant refill them, if you wanna bypass paying a fortune for replacements ones thru dell, go buy the lexmark brand ones that are the same looking as the dell ones, cut off the top part of you dell ones, and put those on your new ones, also you can only fill the dell ones 3 maybe 4 times before the electronic reader goes bad. Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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