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Canon MP 180 printer

I put in new ink cartridges, not canon brand, generic brand.
printer keeps telling me ink is very low.
print quality is terrible.
have tried ALL troubleshooting that i can think of.
what else is there to do?

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Replace w/ original ink, not generic ink printer connot detect.

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