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Probably are so you gonna need to get a chip programmer to basically confuse the system that the ink is full, This does ruin the print head over time that is the reason why they want you to spend money on the real thing. If these are orginal cartridges then the print head is the issue and will need to be replaced.
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Seems like the ink has dried in the print head or the control circuit to make the black ink print, is not working.
See my other post in the ip3000 section re. cleaning the print head and give that a go. I have got a print head doing that right now. If I can't ink to go thru the head thru either warm water washing - next step is to drop Video Head Cleaning fluid ( Iso Propyl achohol) onto the tiny screens on the print head to see if that will works its way through.
If you get ink coming thru the print head, and it still wont print black, then it may be an electronic problem. Other than cleaning the gold contacts on the back of the print head, there probably is not a lot more you can do other than look for a working secondhand pprinter - I love mine ( when its going)
Could have a corrupt driver. Disconnect
the printer or at least be sure it is turned off. I'd do
both and when the CD software program asks you to connect the printer
to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
firstname.lastname@example.org I also have a problem with my MP390. Working fine one day and the next I get a Cartridge Jam message plus it clicks steady. How Can I release Cartridge since it is all the way to the right and will not respond to anything I do? Thanks