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Capping station won't go down (unlock)

I took out both of my cartridges and now I can't put it back. The capping station won't go down. It says on the printer screen "Insert Print Cartridges". I don't know what to do. HELP PLEASE!!

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Control that you have removed the tape on the cartridges
and there is nothing else left inside for the printer can see them

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Keld

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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