Question about Dell A920 InkJet Printer
Black Ink will not print. Was printing one minute then nothing the next. I have been useing the same ink cartridge for a few rfills. Color seems to work fine other than it is almost out of ink.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to dell AIO center
click maintain/troubleshoot on the top
under trouble aio problems - click ink levels
click maintenace tabs
and then clean print cartridges and align print cartridges. then try printing a test page.
if this does not work, remove the cartridges and install them again.
let me know how it goes
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
It is a little known fact that ink cartridges do have an expiry date, and it is sometimes possible that even if a printer reads full, that it has dried out and will not print. When you recieve a warning that your ink is too low you will simply be unable to print black ink after a certain point. Generaly if you want to print in only black you will have to do that when you print a document. For instance in IE when you go to file and then print you can select prefrences and select print in greyscale or black. hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Try going to the Dell site and searching for that printer model. Then see if you need to have both ink cartridges populated and filled with ink, to make it work.
You might also clean the contacts on the ink cartridges, to make sure the printer knows you have both cartridges in the printer, even though they're not both filled with ink.
It just might require both to be filled, before it will print for you.
See what Dell says.
Posted on May 22, 2009
Check your settings i=under the Services Toolbox. Also go into printer preferences and see if you can force it to print in black only.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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