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I replace all four ink and it keep saying no cartridges i make sure there are in properly

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Did you use Brother factory new cartridges?

If you used refilled cartridges, third party cartridges, then that is more than likley the cause of your failure.

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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Replacing Ink Cartridges
Make sure you have a new ink cartridge before you begin.
Caution:
Do not open ink cartridge packages until you are ready to install the ink. Cartridges are
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Leave the expended cartridge installed until you have obtained a replacement, or the
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Since I changed the black ink cartridge it keeps saying missing


did u change / replace the cartridge with original spare or refilled it??
this kind of problem often follows with an unbranded cartridge change and or refilling..!!
it also can be the defective cartridge itself causing such problem..!!
well if u r a professional then just dip a cotton into isopropyl alcohol n gently rub the connector sensor/ contact surface, n reinsert it properly, gently rub on the head too n make sure ink is coming/flowing, make sure the toner is not jammed or dried up, also have a glance on the 'carriage' n see that no sensor pins are broken and or bend..!!
..if u r not an professional, make sure it is properly inserted and the ink-spill protective/head covering is removed and call ur system admin....
if all the above fails, then it may b a defective cartridge..!!

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The printer determines the amount of ink left in the cartridge by counting the number of ink "shots" when printing, head cleaning etc. This information is stored in the "chip" on the cartridge. Thus, it is not an actual measurement of the ink left, but an estimate calculated by subtracting the total shots from the original full ink quantity. This estimate can sometimes be grossly in error, usually due to a cartridge replacement not being carried out correctly, or a cartridge that wasn't, in fact, properly filled. In other words, your cartridge (or cartridges) may actually be empty, even though the Status Monitor says there is ink in it/them.

You do not say if this problem is one cartridge, or all four. If it is the latter, then something is clearly amiss, since it is unlikely all four would be erroneously reported as containing ink when actually empty.

However, the first step is to buy a new set of cartridges - you can get a set of compatible cartridges from E-Bay very cheaply. You can save the old ones - tape up the nozzles to keep them from drying out - you may be able to use them again when you know what is going on.

Make sure you go through a proper cartridge replacement process so that an ink charging cycle is carried out.

If the new cartridges produce no printing, try a couple of head cleans and nozzle checks. If this still produces no print, report back with a new comment on what you have done so far.

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