Overriding expired ink warning on an HP Photosmart 3210 All-in-One

Sep 16, 2018
Hello! Can someone please tell me how to override the expired ink warning on an HP Photosmart 3210 All-in-One? There has to be a simple way to do this. I probably just need to replace the ink b/c I know most of it is dried up but I know for a fact that the black ink is fresh and should print just fine. I own the printer, I paid for the ink, I should be able to print - this is ridiculous! I have looked around online for solutions, nothing I have tried has worked. But, nothing I found seemed specific to this printer either. When you are considering digging your 17 year old basic college printer out of the basement and using that instead of dealing with this Big Brother BS you know the companies have too much control! Help, please!

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