Question about Brother MFC 420CN All-In-One InkJet Printer
When you filled your cartridges were they empty? If so there is a good possibility that the nozzles are gummed and dried up.
If you are going to fill them yourself watch the indicator that comes up on the screen it will tell you when you are getting low. If you get a low indication fill it asap. This will keep your nozzles wet and free flowing. Waiting until its empty can cause them to gum up and altimately dry out.
My solution is to go to the store buy brand new cartridges. Go through the the full set up that your manufacture recomends. This means using the install new ink cartridge utility that came with your printer. Print a test page and print a nozzle aligment page.
Just remember never let your ink completely run out before filling. If you follow this you will never run into this problem again.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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