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In refilling my color cartridge for the 1st time, I got ink on the instructions and I need to know the correct chamber to place CYAN, MAGENTA, & YELLOW JAUNE in the HP 78 cartridge.

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  • borgie28 Oct 02, 2008

    Your exceedingly bright remark as to "youspillit kit" surelly indicates your daddy was a batchlor.

  • borgie28 Oct 05, 2008

    Thank you for the english lesson. I am an engineer not a speller. You still never answered my quarry. I picture you as an individual that hesitates to articulate for fear of deviating from the true course of rectitude. IN SHORT--- YOU DON'T KNOW THE ANSWER!

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That's what you get for investing in a youspillit kit.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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  • steve shroder Oct 02, 2008

    my apologies, bad attempt at humor, but touche anyway.

  • steve shroder Oct 03, 2008

    even better is the fact that my daddy can spell surely and bachelor, which unfortunately you can't.

  • steve shroder Oct 06, 2008

    A non-believer, when in doubt must always criticize the other participant for their own ineptitude. If you insist upon damaging your machine with a youspillit kit then the chambers are cyan, magenta, and finally, yellow. That is from right to left, printhead end down, facing the copper colored flex contact on the rear. You may be successful with this ploy once, twice, maybe even three times. Mark my words, they will leak and ruin your machine ending up costing you more than what you think you're saving. Ten years in this industry teaches me that. Oh but I forgot that I was conversating with an engineer. That throws my experience out the window doesn't it. You obviously know better. Good Luck!

  • steve shroder Oct 08, 2008

    make that left to right.

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