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Are you using refilled cartridges? If you are this could be your issue. New cartridges have a chip in them that allow the printer to know when the cartridge is empty, when you refill the cartridge there is no way to reset the chip and can cause this problem when using refilled cartridges.

Posted on May 28, 2010

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  2. Press down on the semi-circular tab to release the cartridge and then remove it.


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    <1> The ink cartridge is not installed properly.

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