Hi Walker, didn’t know if it was worth starting a new thread for this, so I’m just replying here, I hope that is ok…
I’m a new user of CCPro inks, just going through the process of replacing my OEM tanks in my sure color p6000 one at a time as they get low.
When I installed a new CC tank with Light Black ink and received the same error #1537 as Phil here I searched the forums and I found this thread. I replaced the OEM tank, powered back up and everything went back to normal. I tried to reseat the plugs on my CC tank, then reinstalled it, same pressurization issue. Swapped back to OEM again, reset the printer and it was back to normal. I then poured the light black Ink into an another empty cartridge, replaced the chip and removed the OEM light black, I replaced it with the new CC cartridge and it works like a charm. Seems as if the first CC cartridge that I tried is not holding the pressure correctly. I investigated further and it seems there I a crack in the side wall of the tank as well as the individual cardboard box that it was housed in being slightly damaged on the side. I hadn’t thought much of it when I initially opened the package but I am guessing now that is the root of the issue.
Can I please send this damaged empty cartridge back to you and have a replacement cartridge sent to me? I’m so very grateful for the existence of this forum, had I not found this thread I don’t know how I would have figured out what to do. Thanks in advance for your assistance.