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How do i reset the ink level on an HP 1410 all in one printer? I refilled my cartridges and now I have an Error message and it will not print.

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Is this a 'cartridge error' message? u r using manufactured cartridges not a refill kit? I am going to try one last thing, take out the software, its because hp wants you to buy more ink even if its full, con artist hp has become, if the hp printer is registered in your name expect an email telling you of the class action suit against hp for doing just this, they think we are all stupid. and look how much hp ink costs. Why I bought a Kodak for my primary printer. their customer service isnt behind some scam.

Posted on Nov 20, 2010

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hi,

as you are using a refilled cartridge, it is causing this problem. the thickness of ink in a hp genuine cartridge and a refilled cartridge varies. and also the refilled cartridge may make your printer faulty. so it is good to try with a new hp genuine ink cartridges.

thanks and regards
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This is the problem because Lexmark cart have inbuild sensor , to by pass is to use original lexmark cart .

Posted on May 13, 2008

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SOURCE: I used to refill the ink cartridge of HP Deskjet D1460 by injecting ink. The problem is the level of ink is not resetted to full level, its still very low level. However, the printer prints normally

Close the top left pin at head contactor (1 pin only), with tape. Plug it in head carriage. Unplug it. Close to top rigtht with tape too. Plug the head. Unplug head. Remove all the tape cleanly. Plug again. See ink monitor.

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SOURCE: Lexmark x5470 all in one printer-low ink level

To get your printer to recognize the new cartridge; go to start - printer and faxes -right click on printer - preferences (printing preferences) -settings -load factory settings. Print test page Ctrl+P

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If this is OEM ink and not Genuine INK then you got to play it by ear. WARNING refilled ink does damage the print head in this unit and can cause undisired effects. If you have been using refilled ink for a while then your damage is already in its begining stages. But the indicator on these cannot be reset to estimate the ink because it does nto have a chip resetter in it. Thanks

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[ Refer to the 1st support video: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=62 ]
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thanks and regards
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