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Ok you need to know this secret with canon and epson printers:
They do not allow any remanufatured or refilled cartriges to work on their printers. Sometimes their printers make sure that such ink will not work (just keep that in mind)
However, if you have been using refilled cartriges before, and it worked, then you may have a defective cartrige. Where ever you got this refilled go back and tell them that you need a newly refilled one because the one they gave you is defective.
If that does not work go to Cartrige world (hopefully they are around where you live) or someplace that will take your cartrige in and give you another refilled cartrige and hopefully its not defective.
Make sure that the unit is powered on. Open the top and wait for the cartridge holder to move over to the left side. If it won't move, check to see if there is anything blocking it. Once the cartridge holder has moved over to the left, then put the cartridge in and lift up on the edge closest to you to lock it into place.
Take a peak inside the printer where the ink Cartridge is and see if you notice anything out of place usually it has thin long plastic strip found behind the ink carriage unit make sure its there if its not there then u need to put it back into position you gonna need to take the printer two side cover off to do this