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Cyan ink Cartridge

I got the message the Cyan and Yellow carts needed replacing. It accepted the yellow, but keeps telling me to reinstall the Cyan. There is nothing wrong with it that I can see. I opened the 2nd spare. It still tells me to reinstall. I have given up and unplugged it. It won't print a test page, clean, or anything as it says the cartridge is missing.

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  • Dragon1945 Dec 28, 2007

    The black is half full. The magenta is 3/4 full. I put one Cyan in, and tried the spare cyan. It came up with the "cartridge missing, reinstall" message with both of them. I tried the spare magenta, and it proceeded to clean itself. It still won't accept either of the Cyans, so I suppose I will have to take them back as it appears they are both faulty. I haven't got any more spares. If I'm lucky the shop will be open Monday. I wanted to print off the Xmas photos, and now I can't. It won't even print a bl/wh document until the Cyan is replaced. That's pretty stupid.

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2008

    same here, won't let me print anything including black and white letters with out the "missing" cartridge

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Do you use generic ink carts?
If yes, try another one.

Alwasy make sure that the carts are placed well and are secured.

Answer the lcd question given by machine and check the magenta and the BK one, which could be empty, too!

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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