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Assuming you have a refilled or remanufactured cartridge there this is actually pretty normal. These cartridges have no means of checking for new ink in the cartridge so will continue to warn of empty. They will not however stop you from printing as a result.
If however you purchased the cartridge as a brand new cartridge, you may have been miss-sold the cartridge. In which case I would advise speaking to whoever it was purchased from.
you cannot reset the ink it self.
If your using an HP refilled ink cartridge the warranty of your printer will be void.
you need to contact HP right away to purchase new ink cartridges.
If the cartridge has been refilled or remanufactured, 'Low on Ink' or 'Ink Alert' messages may be inaccurate or display incorrectly.
The X-bias spring failure has punctured the ribbon cable in the ink cartridge shuttle. I need a new ink carriage assembly, the part number is C8963-60101. HP does NOT have any more. Where can I get one?
My heavy handed daughter decided to change the cartridges herself by yanking the print carriage all the way from left to right, in the process pulling it offline from the drive belt. To resolve the problem I installed new cartridges and gently but firmly applied forward and lateral pressure to push the cartridge part way back to the left along the drive belt. The carriage then moved freely and upon restarting the printer, normal operation was resumed.
Ink Cartridges for the HP C4280 has a microchip on the cartridge itself that turns off the printing after it runs out of ink. You must purchase a new HP 75 cartridge only from HP. A way to out smart HP is to purchase a different printer made by a differnet manufacture, but be aware they also may be using the onetime microchip in their cartridges.