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You can't refill these cartridges yourself. Sure you can get ink and inject it in, but your printer remembers the serial number of each cartridge and how many pages you've printed with it. Because it remembers this information it turns off the cartridge electronics to prevent the use of refills. I would try to get refills for the black but not the color cartridge. I own a Cartridge World ink refilling store and we have a high return rate on the color cartridges. It seems the printers are extremely finicky about color refills. If you get a black refill and your printer won't print with it, exchange it for another one because you happened to get a cartridge with the same serial number as the last one you had. I recommend Cartridge World refills, then Office Depot brand refills.
You cant get rid off the low ink level message . but may be you can make use of the refilled cartridges because dell cartridges have a sensor inbuilt when the cartridges are emptied completely they are dead..the printer cant recognize the changes ...though you refill.. thats the way the sensor on dell cartrdige works..Now if you want to get rid off that message you got buy new cartridges.. But there is a work around to do a refill after you get the new cartridges dont let them get below 20 or 25% refill them at that stage..i am not sure exactly at which percent those sensors die..
Hello, it is always a bit offputting the first time you go to do it, but once you have you will not look back, you save so much money. I only go throught 3-4 cartridges a year now i refill and amazingly i get 7-8 refills each cartridge on my lexmark x1185
Please describe your cartridge, does it have alittle plastic cover over top?
Hey its very simple, you'll need a syringe and an exacto knife. You just need to pop the case in half use the exacto knife to cut the seem very carfully and to pry the cartridge apart carfully. On the back of the cartridge you'll see a little indintation were it was filled in the factory just fill the cartridge with a syringe push in the indintation fill cartridge remember to leave a little air in there and seal the hole up so it's air tight again this can be done by using a little hot glue to seal the hole. I hope I was helpful. As well you can by a continous ink system for the brother 240c which is pretty need too
Some cartridges have a natural hole in the top to screw into and make bigger, and you inject the ink here. Others you have to actually physically gently cut the top off (using a very sharp and very thin blade, i use a craft exchangeable blade kit like a pen knife) adn some just lift off. My lexmark 27 has to be sliced apart then lifts off after seal is broken. Then the ink is injected directly into the sponge areas inside as pamphlet instructs. Can you please tell me exactly what the cd said in short, to further help. Some cartridges have a ruber bung to refil into as well.