Question about HP DeskJet F380 All-In-One Printer
Try unplugging the printer power from the wall for a good 90 seconds. Then replug it in. If it still shows needing new ink, try opening the cover to the printer, removing the current ink cartridge, then shutting the lid. Turn off the printer from the power cord again. Then plug it back in, turn it on, re-open the lid, and put back in the same ink cartridge. If it still has the problem and you are sure there is enough ink in the cartridge it sounds like the printer sensor has an issue.
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