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Lexmark 125 Prints Labels with color cartridge

When using Word 2003 to print envelope address, Lexmark 125 seems to use color cartridge to print. At first lables printed in black, then later printed only in pink. Now, color cartridge is empty and it won't print the label at all. I'd like it to also print the barcode above the label. I've tried changing print colors and setting print only to black (my default). Pages print in black, but envelope addresses print but find no ink.

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  • lydia33 Oct 25, 2008

    For the time being, I have two Lexmark printers connected to my computer; the second is connected by a USB link. It's a Lexmark 83 that that's pretty slow as a printer so I use it mainly as a copier or for special sized paper and so far it's successful for envelopes. I got both printers as a handoff from a friend, so I have no investment in either one. (I bet they're available cheap on Craigslist.) I decided to stick with Lexmark because refillabling the ink cartridges at my office supplies store is So-o-o-o much cheaper than buying new a cartridge. Thanks for your suggestions.

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I kicked the **** out of it and it started to print. I don't recommend it if you are afraid you may damage the electronics. The way I saw I spent damn near 70 dollars on some useless print cartidges nothing was wrong with them. The error message kept saying ADD CARTRIDGES. Anyway I'm thinking about a new printer anyhow.

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