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My RX520 has now come up with error message E-02, meaning the cartridge/s arn't correctly installed..but yesterday it was printing fine. I've removed and re-installed all 4 cartridges and even replaced all 4 with the same non-Epson brand, but I still get the same message. Epson themselves say to try their cartridges...what a surprise...but as the machine's now 4yrs old and worthless that's an expense too far. Ideas anyone?

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one ink cartridge is out of ink but...

when we try to replace one of the color ink cartridges we get this error message:

ink cartridges cannot be recognized. make sure ink cartridges are installed correctly - how do I get the printer to recognize my full ink cartridge?

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Make sure that both cartridges (color and black) are installed correctly and are the Canon cartridges for this printer. Replace if they are low or have clogged with ink from going unused. (Note: the color cartridge goes on the left and the cover for each cartridge should close with a click and be flush against the cartridge.)

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