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Re: Install Ink Cartridge
Swith on the printer. Open the printer top cover. It is called flap.
Now press upwards the cartridge's top end. and lift up that. now take
the cartridge out. insert the new cartridge the same way took the
cartridge out. put the cartridge layer down. Now close top cover.
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Make sure the ABBYY Fine Reader is installed on your computer. This software is only available in the install disk that came with your printer. If you lost the cd, contact Lexmark technical support for assistance. For instructions on how to scan using the OCR software, refer to the Lexmark X2450 User's Guide. Thanks.
Press the "Power" button to turn on your Lexmark X2500 3-in-1 printer.
Open the top portion of the printer to reveal the ink cartridges.
Lift the gray plastic cover on the left. Remove the empty black #28 ink cartridge. Next, lift the purple plastic cover on the right and remove the empty color #29 ink cartridge.
Remove the new black #28 ink refill cartridge from its packaging. Tear the protective strip of paper from the cartridge's sensor. Now, remove the new color #29 ink refill cartridge from its packaging and tear the protective strip of paper from the cartridge's sensor.
Turn the cartridges so that you can read the label. This is the way the cartridges should face when being put into the printer.
Slide the black #28 cartridge into the slot on the left side and push it down. Slide the color #29 cartridge into the slot on the right side and push down.
Push the gray plastic cover down over the #28 cartridge until it clicks closed. Push the purple plastic cover down over the #29 cartridge until it clicks closed.
Close the top portion of the printer. Your new ink cartridges are installed, and your printer is ready to use.
Good day! Here's an article in the Lexmark website that will give instructions on how to install/change the ink cartridges in your printer. It has some graphics as well to better understand the instructions. Just click on this link to the Lexmark website: http://bit.ly/9KM0Ew . Hope this helps.
What you need is to reset the ink level: 1) Goto the Lexmark Solution Center application. 2) Press button Maintenance>Install a new print cartridge, follow the instruction on screen. U may then have your new full ink level. Note: u only can reset to full level, cannot customize the level by your own. Hope this help.
What you need is to reset the ink level:
1) Goto the Lexmark Solution Center application.
2) Press button Maintenance>Install a new print cartridge, follow
the instruction on screen. U may then have your new full ink level.
Note: u only can reset to full level, cannot customize the level by
Hope this help.
kiwipom, While ink cartridges look like plastic cups that only hold ink...they are not. The information the printer needs to think it has a "NEW" set of ink cartridges is on the cartridge itself. You must fakeout the printer to believe you are inserting "new lexmark" inks. Printer companies make money from the repeated sale of the ink, not the printer itself. I had an old epson that I would refill I would then have to place pieces of tape on the cartridge turn the printer on, remove the cartridge move the tape to another side of the cartridge turn on again etc. Anyway lexmark may need the same. When the new original cartridges show try them first to get the printer "thinking" correctly.
Let me know what happens.