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My hp officejet d135 won't print with ink. I just installed two new ink cartridges. It printed out one sheet very very faintly and then wouldn't put out any more ink. The printer hasn't been used in more than a year probably. But the ink cartridges were just purchased.

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Look un der the print cartridge, you should see the actual print heads or jets. they can be removed and cleaned with mild soap and water. They tend to plug up if not used regularly.

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