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Printer problem I managed to reset my printer so that it won't print with-out the original cartridges (which I no longer have) that came with the printer . How can I get it to recognize new cartridges?

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  • rod hemner Feb 03, 2010

    These are HP product cartridges, not refillables. I've replaced cartridges before with no problems whatsoever so I'm not sure why I'm having problems now.

  • rod hemner Feb 03, 2010

    These are HP product cartridges, not refillables. I previously replaced a "cyan" cartridge but kept getting a message to replace it. While trying to get the printer to recognize it I got into the "ink initialization" feature and that's where I think I screwed up. Now I just get a "wrong cartridges" note on the display and can't do anything printwise.

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Quality refilled HP 02 cartridges should function in the same way that the originals did. If they are not, you've been had. These cartridges have kill chips on them that need replacing. Many "discount" refillers will sell you a cartridge with either the original spent chip or a very low quality replica. A reputable refiller doesn't make any money on the 02s but will offer them for convenience anyway.

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