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KEEP HAVING TO KEEP CLEANING BLACK AS IT WON'T PRINT PROPERLY INK CARTRIDGE IS NEW AND THREE QUARTERS FULL?

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What is your actual problum say clearly . r u useaing orignal print kartridge . keep ur ink kartridge in worm water for some time. and clean its nozel with clean paper then use it

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