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HP Dskjet F300 printer Cartridge light says there is a problem with the cartridges. They are both fairly new and not often used since installed. I have removed both and re installed them without fixig the problem. It printed one side of paper but only half printed the second page. Wht is the solution? Thanks for any help you can offer. John Cardoo

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re-install the print drivers. if it still doesn't print problem lies in the bubblejet power supply - not user fixable

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Most likely cause is that the refilled cartridge has not been reset. If the cart has a chip on it, this must be "zero'd" with a zapper or similar to make the printer believe the cart is again full. Simply refilling chipped carts is no good.

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If it says to check the right cartridge (Black), replace it with a brand new one or one you know is good.

Walgreens will test and refill your cartridge for ~$10.00 (black).

I have heard of new OEM HP cartridges being bad.

The printer checks the cartridge level sensor and the electrical stuff.

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IT MAY HAVE PAPER UNDER THE INK CARTRIDGE TRY TO UNPLUG THE INK CARTRIGDE

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