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Ink replacement has not helped print

Tried 2 new black ink cartridges. ink was low, replaced & now print is not correct. did all maintenance to printer...did not help. printing comes out ok on 1 line, next line barely readable...help !!!

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    last used ink was very low it would not print at this time,replaced ink and still would not print

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Sounds like a damaged or dirty flex cable to the print heads. If those tiny contacts go bad, nothing will print properly. Check the cartridge and socket area for any dirt or dis-coloration. The connections can be cleaned with contact cleaner (from radio shack), and then dried with isopropl alcohol (use the purest you can find).

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