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Ink cartridge my printer says "remove and check cartridge" and so i decided to put a brand new cartridge in. then it still says the same

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    This is a brand new cartridge, not sure why it would say it's faulty



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Uplug printer from wall and replug it after five minutes then check printer status

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Purchase an ink cartridge made specifically for your printer.
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  • Step 3 Wait for the cartridge carrier to slide out.
  • Step 4 Put your finger behind the ridge on the top front of the old cartridge and pull it toward you to remove. If you have an Epson printer, lift the cartridge holder lid, and the cartridge will pop up for removal.
  • Step 5 Carefully remove the tape from the ink opening on the bottom of new cartridge.
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  • Step 7 Feel and hear the cartridge click into position. On some models, arrows will indicate the cartridge is correctly positioned.
  • Step 8 If you have an Epson printer, close the cartridge holder lid and press the cleaning button to charge the cartridge.
  • Step 9 Close printer cover.
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