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Ink obsorber full

Ican't print because ink obsorber is full

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  • Anonymous Jun 10, 2008

    ink obsorber is full.how can i go about it.



    its meshack

  • DONPENN Jun 13, 2008

    how do i reset my printer

  • Captain312 Jun 23, 2008

    The light comes on and indicates that the ink absorber is full. I cannot find it. Where is it so that I can empty it?

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    ink absorber full problem

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    the ink absorver is full

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Try the procedure listed on this page:

http://www.askanowner.com/qa/view.asp?s=1&qid=201364

Page down to see the info you need.

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