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Hello, I have been refilling the black ink cartridge myself and had no problems u ntil now. The printer does not recognize the ink cartridge. I just bought a new cartridge and installed it and the printer still does not recognize it. I have taken it out and put it back in several times and it remains un recognized. What do I do?

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Sounds like the print head carrier is clogged...did you try a clean and calibrate yet?

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