MFC J6530DW ink cartridges

Discussion in 'Ink Cartridges, Toner and Refills' started by Sheils, Jul 26, 2020.

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    Hi I bought some recommenced ink cartridges for my printer but not brother ones
    How can I get around them to get it to take the cartridges I do have as it knows they aren’t brother ones
     
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    Is the printer not accepting the non-brother cartridges?
     
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    No it’s not
     
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    What exactly is it saying? Is there a message on the printer or on the computer? My MFC-J6945DW, which is a very similar printer, accepts non-brother cartridges after asking several times if I'm sure I want to use them.
     
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    It won’t accept the cartridges says there isn’t one but tried to put back in original but won’t accept that either
     
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    If it says there isn't one when you insert either the original or the non-brother cartridge, then it may be the printer can't see that there is a cartridge put in. There should be metal contacts that touch the chip on the cartridge. Check to see they aren't bent or dirty or that something isn't stuck there.
     
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