Step 2. Set the cartridge on a flat surface with plenty of newspaper underneath it. The 6 exit ports should be pointing up. The top row takes the standard colors and the bottom or middle row takes the photo colors. If you need to determine which color goes into which hole, take a toothpick and insert it into the hole. Then, match the ink on the toothpick with the ink from the bottles.
Step 4 Tape over the holes which you AREN'T
filling to prevent ink contamination. Each Photo-color can only take about 5-8 cc when
empty, so don't expect much.
Step 6. Repeat the process with the other colors. The regular color chambers are larger and hold 8-10 ml. Since you will run out of one color far before the others, don't expect them to take more than about 3-4cc.
You only need cover the hole with a piece of tape for extended storage or transportation to prevent leaking or drying out. Remove the tape when printing.
Step 7 Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips. Cover all holes during storage to prevent leaks and evaporation.
A Refill Kit should include Ink plus