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Printer wont print

The yellow ink had run out which I have replaced with a new one but since then the message keeps appearing. I ahve turn the printer of like it said to do in the message but it still appears when trying to print.

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  • Anonymous Aug 19, 2008

    I tried to replace the yellow ink cartridge and it still wont even let me print in only black and white.

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Have you removed the protective tape on the nozzle and copper contacts of the printers? while the printer is on, remove all the cartridges. now unplug the power cable from the rear of the printer. the printer would power off. now press the power button 10 times. now plug back in the power cable and replace all the cartridges. now try to print.

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