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Is there any way to override my Maxify MB2320 when it thinks

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Is there any way to override my Maxify MB2320 when it thinks it is out of color ink? I have installed new color cartridges but it thinks it is still out of two colors. I pulled one out to reinstall and now it won't print. I need to print today and can't get to the store. Is there any way to override so I can print in black and white? Thanks in advance for your help!
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Printers
Expert:  WesPCDr replied 1 year ago.

Hello! I am glad to assist.

Expert:  WesPCDr replied 1 year ago.

Each model is different and depends if your system lets you use black in only.

Check your printer settings to see if the print with black ink only is an option.

Follow the steps in this article to check:

http://esupport.epson-europe.com/ViewArticle.aspx?lng=en-GB&kbid=328037&data=3TnmAJk3En27qkM23m6xIbtOtsHyYhfc

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I have a canon printer, not an epson, as I mentioned in the original message, so the article isn't helpful. There apparently is no override.
Expert:  WesPCDr replied 1 year ago.

Sorry for the confusion. The same steps apply to see if your printer properties have that setting.

Yes. There appears to be no override since you don't see that option.

Unfortunately, most printers don't have this and a few do.

Thank you for using our site.

Expert:  WesPCDr replied 1 year ago.

Thanks