Question about Printers & Copiers
I propose a class-action suit on behalf of everyone who owns a lexmark X5400 series. this is clearly by design that the system claims 'low ink' after only about 85 pages of little more than black and white documents, and then won't allow you to refill and replace the cartrige. I've attempted numerous little tricks that work with other systems, but the manufacturers of Lexmark seem to have gone to great lengths to prevent anyone from getting around replacing the ink cartrige. I know there have been other cases very similar to this. They wouldn't stand a chance. I propose revenge.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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