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Hi friend, I refilled the black ink into the

Hi friend, I refilled the black ink into the hp920XL ink cartridge, but print out plain paper. I don't know why?

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Black cartridge is not supply ink,Or when refilled this cartridge,it drop air in,Are you agree to print this cartridge? Yes you eat some of ink.Ki ch it nozzle the some of ink open through your mouth.Solve your problem.

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I've quite come across this kind of problems many times. Simply replace your cartridge with new ones or try that old one to dip its head in the hot water for sometime.

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