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LEXMARK X75 BLACK INK STOPPED PRINTING. - Barebone Systems

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When was the last time you changed the black ink on the printer? If it's been a while then I would suggest you change it. If you recently have changed it then you can try pulling the cartridge out of the printer and giving it a small shake. Put the cartridge back in and run an alignment operation on the printer. You can do that through the printer utilities installed on your computer.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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