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Ink cartridge replacement

Replaced blk ink cartridge and windo still indicates "supply exusted'

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It would appear your printer (or HP) believes the time for the use of your ink cartridge has expired and therefore will not accept the cartridge. Need to isolate the battery in the printer for an hour or so. Battery is inside the machine right hand front ie put a thin credit card between it an one of the terminals as it is hard to replace if you remove it.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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