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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by wkr, Jan 23, 2002.

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  1. wkr

    wkr Thread Starter

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    I have a lexmark Z22 printer which has been working well. The color prints, but even a new black cartridge does not. The interface between the cartridge and the carriage holder is clean and bright. I have cleaned the storage area out, and the noozle cleaner shows the color is correct. Do not know what to check next. All internal connections appear to be tight.
    Any ideas?
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    WKR
     
  2. littlemar

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    The other day I changed my cartrides in my lexmark and I pulled the tab and it still wouldn't work. Upon checking there was still some clear tape on it that was very hard to see. I don't know if there was double or just a thin piece stayed on. Just double check for now. It doesn't hurt to look. If not, let me know.
     
  3. wkr

    wkr Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the response. As a matter of fact that did happen to me with this cartridge. A blue film was left after the tab was pulled. But no, it still will not work. Just for the heck of it I am going to remove my old drivers and re-install, but that seems a little far out.

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    WKR
     
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