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Take out the black cart and have a look at the top surface - you'll probably find that the label has torn back too far. This lets too much air into the top of the cart and consequently the ink is free to run out of the bottom.
You'll most likely have to throw that cart and get a new one. Clean the inside of the printer with kitchen roll, making sure you get as much ink out from the area where the head parks at the side.
In my IP 3000 during a print suddenly on the 3rd page, a big "crunch" sound. Paper was jammed - error 5100 or smthg, and managed to remove the paper... but then error 6A00 came up. I found this post and was saved. Manually moved the print head left and right, turned the printer on/off. Still the same error. Then I noticed a piece of torn paper lodged inside. Removed that, got inky fingers, and finally got printer in working condition.
Try to clean any foreign object inside.May be it can help you.