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How do you reset the print cartridges indicator to show full when you replace them?

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If your using regular cartridges and not the FINE ones, make sure put full cartridges in or indicator will read incorrectly. If you haven't gotten any error messages and said proceed anyway ( you'd know because it would've told you that this would disable your ink monitor), just put in the full cartridges and do a print head alignment and this should solve your problem.

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