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I bought cartridges that are not a brand name that are compatible with this printer. It has been working fine and now, after about 1 month, it says there is a cartridge error and it won't let me print.

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Clean cartridges and cartridge carrier with a wet towel if that is not working replace cartridges 
It has probably overheat the printhead because it has air bubbles in the sponge after refilling
check the right way for refilling it is almost same for all cartridges 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhDaKSzou50 

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