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Depends on the printer. If it's the "all in one", then usually you'd lift up the lid + scanner to get access. For the older and single function printers, you'd lift up the access flap. The holder for the catridges will position themselves so they are accessable. Which printer do you have?
Posted on May 26, 2008
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