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I replaced all my printheads. Also Both the black

I replaced all my printheads. Also Both the black ink cartridge and the color. My hp officejet d145 keeps giving me a " No print head, Insert black print head now." message. I tried re inserting it. I tried turning the printer off overnight.
What can you recommend?
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Call the manufacture or tech support. Maybe there is a printhead reset on the printer??

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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