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Printing Hi, we bought an Agfa AP2700 and printed the first 5 prints for which the paper was included in the package. Now having replaced the ribbon/cartridge a message appears on the screen " insert ribbon parameter card" Can someone tell me what this means as there doesn't seem to be any write up on this in the very scanty instruction leaflet that came with the machine. Thanks

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  • angel41080 Nov 17, 2008

    exactly the same thing has happened to me and the instructions are useless - how did you overcome the problem? Thanks

  • crionescu1 Dec 31, 2008

    I experienced the same problem.
    When I replaced the demo ribbon with new one I got the message "Insert ribbon parameter card" and I couldn't fix this problem.
    Could anybody help us, please?

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Hi,had the same problem, phoned the helpline, the fix is a new ink ribbon, basically it has run out of ink (or dried up)

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