Still waiting for a response concerning the ink cartredges I bought for my lexmark 2500 and I get an error message saying the cartredges are wrong. The b ox includes lexmark x2500 as compatable to my printer. Please help!
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If the ink cartridges you purchased are not Lexmark - that could be the problem. I used to have a Lexmark printer and I did the same thing - I purchased ink cartridges that were compatible but not Lexmark brand. Everything seemed fine until I tried to print and then I would get the same error sign and low ink message and it would not print. I kept thinking I was doing something else wrong and tried everything. In the end I broke down and got ink cartridges from Lexmark and that solved the problem. Now I have a Brother printer and I never buy anything other than Brother ink cartridges because I'm always afraid of that same thing happening again. I wish I knew which printers WOULD accept those non name brand ink cartridges, but thus far I do not know of any printers that do. Hope this helps you.
take out the cartridge , turn off your printer and take out all the cables behind your printer and wait for 5 minutes and put everything back in.. if the same error shows.. im sorry but your printer needs to be replaced.
I have a Lexmark printer too, and after my original Lexmark ran out of ink, I bought some off of eBay (off brand, not original Lexmark ink), and I get the message I am not using original Lexmark ink, and it is not covered by warranty. There is no way to remove this message, unfortunately.
to whom it may concern, I owe a lexmark x5070 and all of the sudden it doesn't work it doesn't come on nor has any signs of power can you tell me what has posibly wrong with it. thank you for your earliest response to thi message.
If the contacts are different, then you may have bought a damaged cartridge, or just simply the wrong cartridge and this would explain why your printer cannot recognise the cartridge.
Make sure you bought the same number Lexmark cartridge as the old one. Return it to the store as a damaged cartridge if it is the exact same cartridge. Lexmark would not change the design of a working cartridge to exclude customers from using a printer.