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Re: refilling inkjet cartridge!!
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.
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No, that printer only uses the 21 Black and 22 color cartridges. The best thing to do when you run out of ink is to buy a refill kit and then refill each cartridge at home. This saves lots of money in the long run. Click on the link below to view a refill kit for your HP D1460:
the most important is to remove all the air from the cartridge that has left inside durring refilling that is why professionals are using special machines that refill in 0 air πρεσυρε using vaccum pump
you can check here a video on how to refill with out any special equipment
The simple answer is no,the main differences after you have given the cartridges a small shake is when you refill the cartridges,which are not supposed to be refilled your ink is not the same viscosity(density and (thickness!) as manufacturers products.This is why your quality is bad,I know it is an expensive buisness and thats why the printers are cheap in the first place --because profitt is made on cartridges.
Since HP’s ink technology is different from other manufacturers, they do not recommend to use refilled or remanufactured ink cartridges. Though the cost of genuine HP cartridges are bit expensive than the other cartridges, HP cartridges are manufactured in keeping mind the important factors print quality and customer satisfaction. Using the refilled cartridges may degrade the print quality and may damage the printer’s internal hardware.
I request you to use genuine HP Inkjet cartridges and verify the result.
If you don't use the printer often it is possible that the ink gets dried inside the cartridge, hence you get the print out with low quality or blurred. We suggest you to use original HP cartridges and keep using the cartridges frequently.
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i have an hp and find that they (color carts) cannot be refilled- the clever b*st*rds!! they stepped the ink reservoirs so, if you don't insert the re-fill needle 'just right', it bleeds into the others and you end up with a 'muddy' print-out! you need to buy a new hp cart, or shop around for a generic cart (cheaper) google your product & cart #. you may find a source for a cheaper cart. the black carts. can be re-filled! good luck!
Sometimes refilling them over and over doesn't work well. Once ok...but i suggest that you buy a new cartridge. I know that they are expensive but it will help. Also take some Rubbing alchohol and a q-tip...clean inside where the cartridge sits..that will help...this is for sure a bad ink cartridge