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I've replaced the yellow ink cartridge because it keeps telling me it is low and pops out (4 cartridge in 6 months - very low use of printer) right after I've replaced it.

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SOURCE: will not print at all

You can try restoring the printer to factory settings..and try agian it has worked most of the times for me..Let the catridge be in the printer when you do this..

Posted on Oct 27, 2007

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SOURCE: False empty ink cartridge message

Here is one of the solution for the issue.

check if the serial number of the printer starts with MY66xxxxxx, MY67xxxxxx, or MY68xxxxxx. If your printer has a combination of any one of the above mentioned serial number, then try to replace the ink cartridge and you can replace the printer if it is covered under warranty.

The yellow ink sensor could be corroded and giving a false message.

Posted on May 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Expired ink cartridge

You may be getting this error message due to the printer being able to tell that it is a non-hp cartridge. I don't know how it can tell, but mine says that too. I uninstalled the software and then reinstalled the software. And then I took out the cartridge and put it back in. See if this works for you.

Posted on May 14, 2008

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SOURCE: installed new yellow print cartridge for HP printer, prompts to install new cartridge but my ink level says full

I have this same problem and some sites said to uninstall the software then download the software from the HP site and reinstall it. So I am giving that a try tonight

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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SOURCE: HP Officejet Pro L7780 sucking out ink of new ink cartridge

Is this a refillable cartridge you're using or a genuine HP OEM...

If it's a CIS, refillable or some kind of cartridge which is not made by HP then chances are the ink nozzle has failed and allowed the yellow ink to leak everywhere...

There are a lot of problems with these 3rd party cartridges and I would never recommend using anything other than a refilled HP cartridge or a genuine one.

Hope that helps.

Martin

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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Check ink cartridge on right


Yes - if they are not used they will dry up and be unusable.
Unfortunate but you need to replace them.
For future ref - IF they will not be used in 4 - 6 months
pop them out and put scotch tape on the head where ink comes out
and that should keep them good for several months..
I have done that and close to a year later - was fine.
Hope this helps :)

Sep 30, 2012 | HP Photosmart C4180 All-In-One InkJet...

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How to replace a brother catridge.


The Brother MFC-240C uses an individual cartridge for each color (black, yellow, cyan, and magenta). When one of the cartridges is empty or near empty, the printer will tell you to replace that ink cartridge.

You can buy the cartridges individually, or you can buy a pack of all three color cartridges or a pack of two black cartridges. To replace one of the ink cartridges, follow the steps below.
All four of the cartridges are located on the right front side of the printer, behind a gray plastic cover. Pull the cover forward from the side, where there is a slight cutout for your finger to grab. When the cover falls forward, you'll see the four ink cartridge holders, coded by color.

For the ink cartridge that you need to replace, push down on the purple handle for that color. The ink cartridge holder will open and fall forward, revealing the ink cartridge itself. Push down on the cartridge holder and the cartridge should pop out toward you a little bit. Grasp the cartridge and remove it.
Open the new cartridge and remove it from its wrapper. Discard the yellow cover, unless you plan to use it for the old cartridge.

Insert the new cartridge into the correct slot (from left to right, they go black, yellow, cyan, magenta) so that the word "brother" is right-side up and located toward the top of the cartridge. Once the cartridge is most of the way in, push the ink cartridge holder up by the purple handle until it snaps into place.

If you are replacing more than one color, repeat this procedure for each cartridge. Then, when you are finished, close the ink cartridge cover.

If you were out of ink or low on ink, the machine should recognize the new cartridge and perform the calibration process. If it doesn't automatically recognize the new cartridge, it will ask if you have changed one or more of the cartridges. Press "1" for Yes when it asks about a color that you replaced, or "2" for No if it asks about a color you didn't replace.

Once the printer comes back up to the ready state, print a color test page to verify that everything is working. If the test page comes out okay, the new cartridge is fine and you can either discard the old cartridge in the trash or save it to recycle. (But don't get rid of it before you are sure that the new cartridge is recognized and working correctly.)

on Jul 21, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Keeps saying install c


Hello,

When the printer says "install C" it is referring to the Cyan (blue) ink cartridge. If this is not a new cartridge, you might have to replace it. If this is a new cartridge, try following these steps.

1. Unplug the power cable.
2. Remove all 4 ink cartridges.
3. Close the ink cover
4. Plug the power back in.
5. Wait for the machine to warm up and tell you that the ink is empty.
6. Reinsert all 4 ink cartridges.

If you keep getting the same message you should try another cartridge. You can put the yellow cartridge in the blue spot to see if you get the same message. If you get the same message then the machine is broken. If you get a new message then the cyan cartridge needs to be changed.

Thanks,

Pat

Nov 09, 2010 | Brother DCP 130C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Replace yellow ink but machine says no cartridge


Hello,

When you get the "no cartridge" message it's because one of the sensors does not recognize ink in one of the cartridges.

First open the ink cover and read the LCD screen.
The LCD will tell you which cartridge is having a problem. You should change which ever cartridge is telling you there is a problem.

If the LCD says there is a problem witht he yellow (which you just changed) then follow the below steps.

1. Unplug the power to the printer.
2. Remove all 4 ink cartridges.
3. Close the ink cover with all the inks removed.
4. Plug the power back in.
5. When the LCD says "ink empty" you will reinstall all 4 ink cartridges.

Thank you,

Mar 29, 2010 | Brother MultiFunction Center MFC-440CN...

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Set ink cartridge / invalid ink cartridge error messages


1. Set all the printer cartridge both black and color cartridge (including the empty one)
2. Right click on printer driver properties
3. Click Maintenance tab
4. Click on Ink Cartridge Setting mark
5. In pop up menu, select the cartridge which has ink inside (black only or color only). for more information about reset printer cartridge .

Jul 31, 2009 | Epson Stylus Pro 4000 InkJet Printer

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Yellow ink cannot be recognize by the printer


The problem is that the priter can't detect the ink, because the cartridge has low level ink. I put scotch tape and colored it yellow- on the part where the ink is detected - so the printer will detect the color I put on the tape. BUT as others said it can damage your printer if you will always do this.

Jun 24, 2009 | Brother DCP 130C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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New cartridge and still shows ink low


Since the printer cannot detect the amount of ink in the cartridge, the OEM companies place a chip inside of each cartridge that counts the number of pages that you print. When the cartridges reach a certain number of pages, they automatically tell your printer that you are running low on ink, even if it is not empty yet.

If the cleaning steps on your printer is still not fixing the color, try the very first tip on this page:

http://swapink.com/Merchant5/merchant.mvc?Screen=cp_faq&Store_Code=SI

I have found that using warm water on the paper towel clears the prints up better.

Jan 25, 2009 | HP DeskJet 1280 InkJet Printer

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Ink settings


Have you made sure you removed the backing plastic from the cartridge sensor?
Try reinstalling the driver and do a nozzle and head alignment test. If you still have the same issue, try doing a hard reset - unplug the printer from power and PC, wait for about 10 minutes and replug everything and see. If the issue still occurs, there could be an issue with the cartridge sensor on your printer, which will require servicing.

Sep 27, 2008 | Brother MFC 420CN All-In-One InkJet...

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Ink Cartridge Error


on your cartridges there is a chip that detects if the ink is low. The chip on your yellow cartridge is bad. You should return the cartridge for a new one(if you still have your receipt) or visit a Cartridge World in your area and they can put a new chip on for you

Aug 12, 2008 | HP Photosmart C6180 All-In-One InkJet...

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How to Override Ink Level Gauge When Using Refilled Cartridges


Above link great.
If you have a newer print cartridge cart, look for the little window. I put a sticker over the little window on the Brother (innobella) LC38 cartridge cart and it worked great :)
Despite finding a fix for this problem, I think this is a rip off setting on the brother printers and I will never buy another Brother printer for this reason.

Jul 04, 2008 | Brother MFC 420CN All-In-One InkJet...

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