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The HP 1600 uses an all-in-one toner cartridge and drum unit.
When you replace the toner, you replace the drum. The unit is NOT repairable or servicable.. you don't want to open the toner cartridge, you will only make a huge mess.
Did you replace cartridges with OEM HP cartridges or remanufactured/ no name cartridges? The failure rate for remanufactured color cartridges is terrible and it is likely that you have a bad cartridge.
The supply status report is based on what the kill chip is reporting to the printer. If that particular color is not printing then it is likely that current is not flowing though a particular component in the cartridge. I would return the cartridge and get a replacement.
Cartridge Out Override can only be enabled from the printer's control panel menu.
1. From the main menu, press (Right arrow) to System setup and press (Select). 2. Press (Right arrow) to Print quality and press (Select). 3. Press (Right arrow) to Replace Supplies and press (Select). 4. Press (Right arrow) to Override out and press (Select). 5. Press (Select).
I suggest setting your printer to print "black only" in the printer properties window.