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Lexmark x5495 I replace the Ink cartridge # 28 with new OEM twice and the printer still indicates Black Ink low and will not let me print. Tried a refill cartridge same story. How Do I disable the ink level sensor and still print????

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  • Anonymous Aug 01, 2008

    i did replace with lexmark give betteranswer then that

  • drsanjeevgar Oct 02, 2008

    Lexmark x5495 won't allow to refill black ink cartridge No 28

    Come up with message screen...auto complete with color cartridge.

    Any solutions?

  • kqbhatti Oct 16, 2008

    I replace the Ink cartridge # 28 with new OEM twice and the printer still indicates Black Ink low and will not let me print. Tried a refill cartridge same story. How Do I disable the ink level sensor and still print????

    Khalid Bhatti

  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    damn i hav the same problem this is so cheap i mean they wont be enviromentally friendly and all they want is their money

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If I buy No 28...it will work but won't allow refilling
But if I buy 28A...it will work and allow refilling next time!
Is that what you mean??
Thanks

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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That particular printer can not use a refilled #28 cartridge, if you want to use refills you have to buy a #28a and #29a. They cost more to get but when you refill them they are a lot cheaper.

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Because it's not a Lexmark original.
Replace with an original one and you'll be ok.

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