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I just refilled my black ink cartridge.But the ink is still not recognised. Every time I hit print it just shows that the ink can't be recognised. What shall I do?

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If you refilled the cartridge, most likely the wafer chip on the ink cartridge is a self setting chip. What this means is once the ink runs out one time, the chip will either short or change a pattern to allow the cartridge to never work again (so you have to go out and buy their new ink) Some places sell a chip reset, or you can replace it will an OEM black ink.

If this all fails, than the print head (the carriage the ink sits in) is faulty

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