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Re: ink refill procedure
In to the bin if you want your printer to live out it's short life span
No Joke this stuff causes so many expensive problems, it will ruin your print head ........even more so on this Brother release than most inkjet printers, not a good idea but what the heck, I warned ya, In the little ink carts that you put in machine that are were full of specially designed microscopic mixture of ink, cleaning products and solvents to enable printing without blockage, stick a hole in each one and shove that playschool ink that is not designed and made for use in precision equipment into them, machine will work fine even great for a while, until the long ink lines that carry the injected poison ink reach the print head and block it forever!
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Any ink or toner cartridge is refillable, For ink cartridge, check for the small pin hole at the top of the cartridge to inject the ink refill. But remember that the ink should be compatible with your ink cartridge model. Good luck
1. Place the cartridge over somepaper towels in case there are any spills.Remove the label sticker from the topof the color cartridge.
2. Drill into the three small holeson the top of the cartridge to widen them so they will allow syringe needles.
3. Fill a syringe with 6 mL ofmagenta ink. Insert the needle into the refill hole that is located below thetwo protruding rectangles on the top of the cartridge. Slowly inject the ink.
4. Fill a syringe with 6 mL of cyanink. Insert the needle into the refill hole located below the large rectangleon the top of the cartridge. Slowly inject the ink into the cartridge.
5. Fill a syringe with 6 mL of yellowink. Insert the needle into the refill hole located below the small rectangleon the top of the cartridge. Slowly inject the ink into the ink chamber.
6. Replace the cartridge into theMX310 printer.
1. Set the cartridge on some paper towels.
2. Drill a hole into the dimplelocated directly above the semicircle on the top of the cartridge.Fill asyringe with 20 mL of black ink. Insert the needle into the hole and slowlyinject the ink.
3. Replace the cartridge into theCanon MX310.
The ink your purchased is likely a cheap watered down version of what your printer is meant to take. You may notice that the ink smears when you rub the page directly after printing. Why you chose to use the blue and red ink to make black blows my mind. These refill kits are insanely cheap and buying the black could not have been much more. Not using black ink in the black cartridge would explain why your print is faded. Also, there is no way to reset the ink levels on this type of cartridge. As long as the printer still prints, just ignore the ink level indicator and print until the ink runs dry. I recommend Cartridge World for ink refills because they use high quality ink to manufacturer specified volumes while still saving you money.
By using Colorbyte's Imageprint software and their 'Phatte Black' cartridge....
I have not purchased it myself quite yet but im good friends with an Epson R&D guy who tested their system and highly recommends it.
Have you purchased a refill kit yet ? If so there are great instructions with them. but generally there is a rubber cap on the top of the cartridge you remove. You draw the ink into a syringe and slowly inject it into the cartridge. Slowly is the key. Replace the plug and tape over it with the tapes they provide. Its important you get the sealing done right or air will enter the top and the ink will flow out of the cartridge into your printer. It's really not hard at all, just follow the procedures carefully and in 10 minutes you will have the cartridge functioning again. Just follow the directions, you will be fine.