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Low ink message

I inserted new ink cartridges and still have low ink message. I have ran test pages, unplugged, reset, and yes i took off the plastic strip.

I have installed a new color cartridge and am still getting the low on ink message each time I try to print. Same propblem as sunshine 1597, just a different printer

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  • nsangar Sep 19, 2008

    I put a new ink cartridge and still get the low ink message. How do I fix this problem?

  • desertrobin3 Nov 06, 2008

    Help! I'm printing hundreds of documents and everytime I choose print the Interactive Services Dialog Detection Asks if it can show the message. The massage is that the "tri colored Cartiridge is low. Please have a new one ready." But I changed it days ago. Then it asks me if I want to go back to my desktop. uuugggh

  • DEETRATE Dec 02, 2008

    I have the same problem did you find any help

  • jon2dot Jan 18, 2009

    John825 I changed color cartridge but I still get message that ink is low

  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2009

    same problem any resonable help or why it happens: ie software problem.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2009

    Whenver i try and print anything i get Interactive Services Dialog Detection Asks if it can show the message. The message is that the "tri colored Cartiridge is low". Then sometimes it will log off

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Just ignore the message and print

if it doesn't print try to dip the lower part of cartridge in warm water, not hot, for five mins and dry it with tissue and try to print

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Turn on the printer and check the LCD screen for messages. If your printer isn't recognizing what you know to be a new cartridge, the "Low Ink" warning will still be on the screen. Press the green "OK" button for now--if you want the message to reset later, just open and close the lid.

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Open the lid via the handle under the copying tray and remove the ink cartridge in question. Check the bottom for the plastic tab. This tab must be removed or the printer cannot recognize the cartridge. Sometimes when the tab is pulled off, a small strip remains, and this can interfere with printing. Hold it in good lighting and use your fingernails or a knife to gently pry off any remaining bits of the plastic tab. Replace the cartridge, close the lid, and print a test page.

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