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Printing in black and white

I have run out of colour ink, want to print in black and white only. But when i press print, it just says 'no colour ink'. What can i do to get it to print in black and white?

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Replace both color and black . it is a must

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The only way i got mine printing was to replace the colour ink! sorry

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    is there any other possibility?

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