Although the dealer and the local cartridge refill company recommended this as a refillable printer, after a couple of days with the refilled large black, the printer gives me a UO41 error message and not only won't print... it won't fax; it won't do anything.
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Most Copier Cartridge have chips on them that tell the copier I am new, Replacing the toner/refill, does not change the chip info as long as the chip says I am empty its empty to the copier, replace the cartridge with a new OEM cartridge.
Regarding your HP Officjet Pro 8600 printer and refilled HP 950/951 ink cartridges and the "low ink" messages. Depending on your ink refiller (or if you did it yourself?), a replacement chip may or may not have been installed with the recently refilled cartridge(s). Refer to picture on our support site to first determine which type of cartridge configuration you have, then refer to the applicable section to address the current cartridge error(s) or printer issues. http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1999
NOTE: Costco USA's Ink Refill service now 'chips' all refilled ink cartridges which fully restores all functions to that of a regular HP (OEM) ink cartridge and customer experience. For USA ink refill store locations and details on ink refill pricing:
Refer to Section A if your refiller attached a new replacement chip (green in color) onto the cartridge. Refer to Section B if only the original HP chip is attached.
CAUTION: Be advised, the use of compatible/clone cartridges (i.e. sold thru the internet from China) are known to be problematic and may cause printer errors and/or permanent PRINTHEAD failures (due to incompatible ink formulations). We do NOT suggest refilling these types of ink cartridges.....refilling of original/genuine ink cartridges is only suggested! HP original/genuine ink cartridges can be identified by the visible HP logo on the front label of the cartridge.
Generally when you purchase a brand new Printer then the company provide a introductory cartridge but you must purchase a new cartridge and after the tone empty you can either refill it or buy a new one
Tips : if you are using printer regularly then you do not required to purchase another one, you can refill it from your nearby cartridge refilling shop.
The Canon Faxphone L80 takes a Canon FX3 cartridge. To get the highest quality refill I would first see if there is a Cartridge World store in your area. Cartridge World stores refill most cartridges in house with American made parts. Then try Office Depot. Office Depot is the only big box store that actually "remanufactures" toner cartridges. I would not recommend cheap refills or refill kits from the internet. Many use very low quality toner that wears on parts leading to print defects or they reuse parts that already generate print defects. DO NOT buy a "compatible" cartridge, these are not refills. They are new cartridge replicas and have no recycled components.
yes you can refill the #40 cartridge mfor the JX300 - but when you put it in you will get a message saying 'ink volume unknown' and it won't do anything and the yellow light on the machine will be blinking. - to solve this problem hold the stop button down till the count of ten and the machine will work normally except you will get no low ink warning
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There's some kind of a chip chip in the catridge that notifies the printer that the same cartridge has been refilled. to get around this check keep atleast 2 or 3 empty cartridges, refill and cycle them. That should do the trick!
Canon use chipped cartridges, if you use a generic or a refilled one that uses the old chip (you have to move the chip yourself) then it will report it as empty, unless you re-set the chip with a chip re-setter that is made for those particular chips.
There are kits available in the market that allow you to refill cartridges. You should be able to find them at most computer stores. Each kit comes with refilling instructions, and these steps can vary from company to company.
However, I do not recommend refilling cartridges or even using generic ones. Always buy original inks, even if they are a bit more expensive. These days printers come with sensors that detect when an empty cartridge has been refilled, or if a generic cartridge (duplicate) has been used, and will cause all sorts of printer error which will be more expensive to repair than the few extra bucks it will cost for genuine inks.
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