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MFC-210c all in one printer

The printer stopped printing because of low ink.
I replace the ink (black) lc41.
It will not print, but it will scan.

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There might be another ink cart empty. plz check the others when machine is off by taking them out and see if the blck flag is risen to top

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It is possible that your colour cartridge (that also has black ink in it) is low on same. Have you tried to print with the printer setting to grey scale or black only. This should fix the problem. If it does not, then please get back to me here and I will look into it further.

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