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I've changed the ink and still showing check ink tank

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The "ink tank" can be compared to a garbage-basket -- excess ink from the ink-jets collects in that tank. When the garbage-basket, or the tank, is full, you must empty it. Changing the ink-cartridges (putting more food into the refrigerator) does not empty the ink-tank (garbage-basket).

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SOURCE: status bar keeps showing 'check ink tank'

the ink tank could be empty or wrongly installed. Try a new ink tank or re-install the one you have.

Posted on Mar 27, 2010

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