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Cartridhge not printing properly

After refilling i have inserted black cartridge in my printer but it is not printing properly. The impression of the print is very light. please advise me what should I do to clean the printing head of the cartridge.

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It must be not refilled properly.check the cartridge in another printer.from where have you refilled.or try another cartridge in your printer.there is always a problem after refilling

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