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Can't get the encoder strip for Officejet 7410 in Europe - is it possible to buy one off you guys and pay by paypal...?
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  • cheapread Dec 03, 2008

    Hi Inkworks, thanks for reply -

    actually it is for a HP 7310 (sorry) -

    the strip is the metal one, (not plastic) and there is etched on it the following... E-C8963-00035-1

    in really really small writing....

    is that the one you have in stock...

    if so can u email me donlynch@btinternet.com

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$30 shipped out priority mail. Send funds to paypal account inkworksinc@charter.net. Please provide mailing address when making payment.

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