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Student
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why does the printer keep saying to remove and check carthridge?

could it be that one of them has ink and the other doesnt have ink

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Honor Student
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Re: why does the printer keep saying to remove and check carthridge?

I'm having same issue with Officejet 7310. "Please remove and check cartridge on right" The cartridge is not empty

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Re: why does the printer keep saying to remove and check carthridge?

Please read this post then provide some details. What printer model? What operating system? How is the printer connected - USB, wired LAN, Wireless LAN, bluetooth?

 

 

 

 

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Re: why does the printer keep saying to remove and check carthridge?

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eddyc wrote:

I'm having same issue with Officejet 7310. "Please remove and check cartridge on right" The cartridge is not empty


Since you provided the model it is a bit easier to help.  Try the troubleshooting steps in this page.

 

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