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To the OP:

hughvane makes a very good point about the cartridge. HP cartridges and many other manufacturer's cartridges contain a chip on the original and exact original replacement. Refilled cartridges and substitutes do not contain the chip and usually will not work.

I ran into that problem with substitute Canon refilled cartridges. And I know for a fact that HP is even worse about using an exact factory replacement. In any event, do as hugh says and remove/reinstall the cartridges first.

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