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Refilled Cartridges I want to refill my ink cartridges. Can I get printer to accept these refilled cartridges? I am aware of warranty information and since this was a very inexpensive printer that does not concern me very much. I have already had my printer for a year.

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  • dkc1257 Mar 06, 2008

    I ordered them from 4injet. All were specific for refilling my Lexmark printer. The only one that gives me a hard time is the color cartridge. The black and photo seem to print without bringing up any alerts besides "this is not Lexmark Ink" warning.

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YES! as long as you get the compatible ink for that.

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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    micromaster Mar 07, 2008

    Just clean first the print head, it has to be clean after each refill.

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