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Black will not print at all

I have had issues with this printer not printing in Black for a while. I replaced the cartridge and then it started streaking so I clean and clean but it still won't print correctly. Now even though the ink cartridge is full it will not print out in black at all.

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  • Anonymous Jun 27, 2008

    no printing black

  • glo1 Nov 06, 2008

    My Lexmark X1150 All in One Printer will only print in color. I have tried almost everything and it will not print in black and white. The ink level indicator doesn't show that the cartridge is empty. Does anybody know what is going on?

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It says you have a best solution but i clicked all over the page and i can't get anything but an advertisement for hp ink to come up and i'm dealing with a lexmark printer. i'm sorry but this site is just a waste of time.

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