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IP4000 won't print anything except magenta

I replaced all my cartridges and now the printer won't print anything except magenta? Any ideas?

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Hi make sure that the cartridges are fully installed and that you have taken the packaging completely off. Failing that there are two possibilities.
1 Print cartridges faulty or refills
2 Faulty Print cartridge head.

Thanks hope this is of some help
J

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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