Question about Lexmark JetPrinter Z11 InkJet Color Printer
Refilled cartridges are a pain. The small circuit board on the cartridge is deformed when you place the new cartridge into the printer. After you refill the cartridge, the same circuit board is then deformed again when it is fitted. If any of those deformations do not line up with the original ones, you get issues like this one or you get dropouts in the printed characters. This is because the circuit is no longer touching the pads on the print carriage. You cannot remove these deformations without damaging the cartridge. My advice is purchase a printer which does not have the print head attached to the cartridge, like a canon ip1000. Look for something that has ink tanks rather then a print cartridge, or only use new cartridges in your lexmark.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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