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I just purchased remanufactured ink cartridges for my hp 5610. I usually buy the #27 but switched to the #56 and the printer says it is not the correct cartridge. I doubled checked it is the correct number. Is there a way around this since I know it is the correct one?

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Try to take out the cartridge.

Make sure that you have removed the pink tape from the cartridge (Nozzle protective tape)

Try to clean it with the clean cloth or paper napkin

and then Re seat it
=============================If this does not help ==============
Try to check with old 27 cartridge and if you don't get any error with 27 that means that there is some problem in the new cartridge itself

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