|Hi Ray, |
printers are cheap for what they are. Thus makers subsequently try to tie users into purchasing their 'official' consumables, which are expensive compared to oem versions.
The makers being aware of this, design in methods of detecting, then blocking oem ones from functioning correctly. A computer world saying is, 'The higher the wall you build, the longer the ladder someone will make'.
I wonder if this is the case, and if so, are the latest cartridges from a different oem to the previous ones..
I note you can (scan and) copy ok, but this is strictly a local function.
Would stress these are thoughts on your problem.
Another is to check you print queue, as there may be many documents queued which I would delete, before trying again.
As a matter of interest, where are you based? I am in West London.
Good Luck - Keep us posted.
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