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I have used these re-cycled cartridges time and time again but now the printer will not accept them

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Hi there

You have been lucky if you have been using re-cycled cartridges, most times they not work with Lexmarks or Brother Printers.
You must have been Lucky to get some good ones.

All the best Pineworks

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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