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Canon iP4300 I normally refill my ink cartridges without any problems using ink from a Jettec kit. Suddenly the printer has said that I should replace one or more cartridges although they are all full. The yellow light keeps flashing 16 times.

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You can only fill ink cartridges up to a maximum of 3 times, thereafter the chip on he cartridge need to be replaced. That's why u are getting that message my advice order a new cartridge.

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