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Ribbon's short usage life

I have an Olympus Camedia Digital Photo Printer P-10, which I've owned for 2-3 years. This is the first time the ribbon needed to be replaced when I still had many sheets of photo paper left (my paper tray is full!). Does this mean the ribbon cartridge was faulty?

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You can unroll and count.. if it was.. then send back to manufacturer

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