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Ink cartridges We have lost the instructions for replacing new cartridges. can you help??? for PIXMA MP 150

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2008

    I also do not have the manual. I replaced the cartridges (cl-41 and pg-40). I cannot print because the alarm light blinks and a 2 is displayed. When I go in and try to print a document from Word I get the printer is offline message. Help!

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Dear carol
try this methode

How to Replace an Empty Ink Cartridge [Edit]
If you are confused about how to do this, this will help. There are only a couple of steps.
Steps:
1. Write down the printer name and brand.
2. Remove the empty cartridge and check the writing on it. If it has any bold and big numbers on it, write these down.
3. Go to office supply store and give the clerk your notes.
4. Make sure you get the right one and take it home.
5. Open your printer's lid.
6. Take out the old cartridge and put inside a small ziploc if you want to.
7. Dispose of the old cartridge. Or if possible, have the cartridge recycled.
8. Unpack new cartridge and place inside the printer.
9. Print a test page.
10. Reconfigure printer heads for best quality.
Tips:
1. You may need a paper towel.
Warnings:
1. Wash your hands when you are done.
2. Ink may be poisonous.

oke,thanks


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