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Installed a new black cartridge maxemum 10-12 page (text) print then printer indicate low ink(Black) there for so costly to use this printer canon mp 145, sl.no. JJLC95212 purchased on 20.05.08 from 'TIRUPATI IT SHOPPE' 4, Biplabi Abukul Ch.Strt, Kolkata 700 013. Bill
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It shows but the cartridge will print till the end.do not worry it will work properly.

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Trying to print documents, white background with black typed words. Problem I have is the printed documents have solid dark blue and solid black ink and the words don't show.


Are the ink cartridges installed in the correct colour order?
Have you printed a test page through the printer's own control panel? What was the result?
Open a new document, using the default settings. Key in some test text. Try printing. What is printed?

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New HP F4400 going through ink too fast


It depends what type of things you are printing. If you are printing text, you should be able to print more pages. If you are printing photos, you are using more ink per page. If you use more of one color, you may also run out quicker. You didn't say if you were running out of ink in the black or the color or both cartridges. The black cartridge is rated at 200 pages and the color cartridge is rated at 150 pages. This is based on printing pages that may differ drastically from what you actually print. Here's a web link that explains this in more detail.

http://www.hp.com/pageyield/articles/us/en/IsoInkjetYield.html

Next time you buy a printer, spend a little more and find a printer that has a larger cartridge (check the number of ml (milliliters) in the cartridge). These printers cost a bit more but you will save on the cost of the ink. Cartridges all cost roughly the same regardless of how much ink they have. You can also look at websites that rate each printer cost per black and white and color pages.

Hope this helps. Good luck!

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I have a mp530, and when the large black is out of ink, it wont print. It has a second black cartridge, but it seems as if that is never used and not needed. What is wrong? Why have 2 black cartridges if...


Printer use big PGI-5 black cartridge have pigment ink for printing text, documents or other only black pages.The little CLI-8 cartridge have dye-based ink for printing photos and other color pages.You need to replace your PGI-5 black cartridges to continue printing.

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No text on page


see if you have the correct drivers installed.
check if you have enough ink in ur black cartridge.
in print setings before printing choose b&w

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HP 1315 printing real slow


If there are a compatiable black cartridge
replace this cartridge with your old empty cartridge and print a test page (don't mind about printing of black )
If speed is correct,
then replace the black cartridge with another new cartridge.
(some time compatiable black cartridge not work properly to flow ink)

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Ink cartridge running low will it default small cartridge


It won't default to the small one...I emailed Canon support; this is the response I got.

The reason for the two different black ink tanks is for the different types of printing your unit is capable of. They are not intended as backups to each other. The larger black tank is pigment based, and is primarily used for standard black text printing or output. The smaller black ink tank is dye based like the color inks, and is used for photo and graphics output. They are designed to complement each other, allowing the printer to produce the best possible black text output or photo quality as appropriate.

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Canon i560 won't print black text anymore


I have now found the solution elsewhere in the internet: black text only prints on the Canon i560 if selct "normal paper", but not,for instance, if you have "professional photo-paper" selected.

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Hp f380 with Visa OS not printing black


when ready to print go first to where it says PREFERENCES click there , and then slect BLACK CARTRIDGE ONLY ,just to be sure that is not the cartridge ,fun a print , see what happens. hope this helps

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Printer prints in color but has gaps


Have you tried a new colour cartridge? This is a classic sign that the cartridge may be low on ink. When printing text, assuming you are printing black, it is likely that the black cart is doing most of the work so the gaps are insignificant. You could try printing text in several different colours. If the colour cartridge is low, you'll find that some colours may be ok but others may have gaps.

Best to try a new cart if you have one.

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