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HP officejet 6210.

I've been refilling the black ink catridge for my officejet 6210. However, when I put in the filled ink cartridge I hear some noise/sound coming from inside the printer and it won't print at all or print faintly.

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Put the printer in the mode for changing the carts. Take out the Black ink car and clean off the heads on it. Looks like brown in color it's on the cart at the bottom To clean use paper towel with cold water never use warm or hot. Clean the area where the in rest in the printer also if you can reach it. The noise you hear is that the cart didn't go back in the right position. You have to be cart not to force these carts out as everything in this printer is made of plastic.

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