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Check Print Cartridge

I get the LED blinking and though "I must replace the cartridge" so I went and purchased cartridges, but no changes what so ever I still getting the same LED error.

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    hp 1350 aa-in-one printer. error message "check print cartridge". I installed new cartridges and still get the error.


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In this case first clean the copper contacts of the cartridges with a soft cloth and then power cycle the all-in-one and then insert the cartridges, if the issue still persists reset the all-in-one to default settings and if the issue persists then the all-in-one is gone.

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Replacing the print cartridgesgtabtop.gif
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Using a photo print cartridgegtabtop.gif To use the photo print cartridge, remove the black print cartridge and insert the photo print cartridge in its place.
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