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Printer claims black ink cartridge is empty, but it can't be.

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my HP Officejet Pro L7580 will not let me print and claims I need to replace my black ink cartridge, however I have not yet printed with this so it cannot be empty. Has anyone else experienced this problem or am I simply doing something wrong?

Thank you in advance for help with this problem.

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  • carolatk Jun 24, 2008

    trying to replace black ink cartridge for 1st time and it won't acknowledge that there the new one has ink in it. It keeps telling me to repalce the cartridge because it is empty.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    yellow ink cartridge is full but it says its empty and needs to be replaced

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Hi, one possible solution that we can provide on that issue is reseat the ink cartridge. If issue still present after reseating the ink cartridge we need to isolate it. Try replacing the ink cartridge with a new one. In some reason the chip on that ink cartridge might be damage thats why even there's iblack ink on that ink cartridge the printer still detected it as empty.

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Se if the tape, that comes with a new cartriage is of the cartriage if not try a new cartriage if the does not work your machine needs service

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