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Put a new one in. fine for a day or two and then bam, the red arrow is back.

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If you are talking about the cartridges ..than you should try to make a ink counter reset ..and to do that go in maintenance mode...than from the arrows choose reset counter ..and reset all counters you have there in the menu ..to be sure ..
to get into the maintenance menu ...try to hold down the menu while plugging the power cord(obvious that you should shut it down and unplug first ..than try that ..)
if this will not work try again with the front door open ...or ..look in the manual and see if there is described the exact procedure cause I dont know the make and model ..you never provided them ...

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