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Printer is not printing after putting in new ink

I have a canon i965 and have just put 2 new ink refills (originals) in the ink compartment and now the printer won't print anything. Two of the other colours are almost empty but I only want to print black and white. What is my problem? Can anyone help? Thanks Jayne from Sunny Gold Coast Australia

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Hi from brisbane !!
your Canon printer is detecting low ink in the cartridge and stops the feed of ink .
i have had the same problem and have only refill the cartridge and its away again .
the cartridges have a few contacts on the back and sometimes by applying a magnent to those contacts , it erases the memory and start printing again .
try that and let me know how you go .

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