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How much is the ink for this printer?

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Well, you can go on www.citysoftware.com.au and search your printer model, they have a very, very wide range of ink catridges they also have good prices if you like your printers catridge price just add it to your cart and buy it, your printer looks like a old or archived model so the internet is probably the only place to go

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I left 10 ink cartridge a month or two ago and I don't see where I got any credit for them. I used my Office Max card and I wonder if that is why?


Where and How to Buy Cheap Ink

The aftermarket for printer ink can be a tricky place to shop. Third-party cartridges cost less than the manufacturers' brands--which is why people buy them. But it can be a lot harder to tell whether a third-party vendor sells high-quality ink products.
One time-tested method is to shop at an established retailer (online or brick-and-mortar) that guarantees the quality of its products. Obvious examples include office supply chains such as 123Inkjets, Cartridge World, Office Depot, Office Max, and Staples, all of which carry third-party ink cartridges.
But finding third-party ink for your specific printer model can be a challenge, particularly if your unit is very new, very old, or not very popular. Before driving around town to find the right cartridge, do a little homework online. At today's insane gas prices, you could end up spending $20 on fuel just to save $10 on an ink cartridge.
Like the online arms of other major retailers, Staples.com has an Ink & Toner Finder. Click the link for to find a decent assortment of third-party supplies for Brother, Canon, and Lexmark printers. If you find compatible ink, you can buy it online or check with your local outlet to see whether it has the product in stock.
If you're dealing with a vendor that you haven't used before, ask questions. A reputable online ink retailer will provide names and contact information for the ink manufacturers that it buys its supplies from.
When shopping for remanufactured cartridges, ask the third-party supplier how thoroughly it inspects used cartridges before refilling them. "Do they look for cracks? Do they test the electrical characteristics of the cartridge? A cartridge can look fine but have a broken electrical component, and then it won't work," says Tricia Judge of the International Imaging Technology Council. The vendor should also test the cartridge after the refill, Judge adds.
For our latest in-depth coverage of the pros and cons of printer manufacturers' inks versus third-party inks, see our feature article, "Cheap Ink: Will It Cost You?" and the related slide show, "Head-to-Head: Printer Manufacturers' Ink vs. Cheap Third-Party Ink." For additional advice on reducing the cost of running your inkjet printer, see "The Cheapskate's Guide to Printing," "Save Money on Inkjet Printer Ink," and "How to Spend Less on Printing and Get Better Results." Our digital photography expert, Dave Johnson, has written helpful articles on photo print longevity ("Digital Focus: Make Your Photo Prints Last") and printer paper ("The Paper Chase: Pick the Perfect Paper for Your Printer"). And finally an earlier three-part PC World series on the issues of counterfeit name-brand inks ("Bogus Ink Stink"), third-party ink quality("Cheap Ink Probed"), and high ink-cartridge prices ("Why Do Ink Cartridges Cost So Much?") provides valuable historical background and additional test results for various ink cartridges.

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Jan 30, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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New ink cartridge only last less than two weeks after printing less than 30 pages


I had that model and the same experience. I kept buying ink until I realized I could have nearly bought the printer for nearly the same cost as ink refills, black and color. I also had an HP. Same thing. I finally bought the Kodak 3250. The ads about ink costs was so correct. Many more pages are printed before the "need ink" message is displayed. Buying ink online saves even more.

Mar 27, 2012 | Canon PIXMA MP150 All-In-One InkJet...

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My printer has not been used in a few years and it is not printing now.....do you think the ink is dried out? If I only purchase the black ink....will it work?


ink drys out quickly and yes years means its dry.
no you can't just buy a black and make it work. lexmark requires working color and black if the printer prints for both. kinda an unfortunate thing. honestly i suggest getting a kodak printer. tons better than a lexmark and the print is the cost of your 2 ink carts. also the ink for kodak is ~30$ usd total for both black and color not just one of them.

Jun 29, 2011 | Lexmark X2470 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Replaced ink in printer with generic ink cartridges and error message 1203 came up.


A person might notice that buying new, name brand, ink cartridge for printer rapidly becomes quite an expenditure. Nonetheless, there are quite a lot of different methods to find the equal quality standard for a alot lower price. Your primary options are: name brand (OEM) ink cartridge for printer, matching generic ink printer cartridges or remanufactured ink printer cartridges.
When you are purchasing a replacement photo printer cartridge, consumers do have choices. It’s frequently assumed that shoppers are required to buy the expensive, name brand, cartridge for laser printer from the manufacturer, or the service contract will become void. Their belief merely is not correct. By law, the use of compatible replacement inkjet printer cartridges does not render null and void the printer makers guarantee. In truth, you can choose to get less pricey compatible cartridge for laser printer, or remanufactured cartridges, often with a realized savings of between 40% and 75%. All chief ink laser printer cartridge brands have matching versions, including IBM, and Xerox.

Name Brand Inkjet Cartridge for Laser Printer
Nearly all major makers of laser printers also create the replacement inkjet printer cartridges that are best matched for their particular laser printers. This option is ordinarily the most expensive, and in a lot of situations it is the lone choice available if you happen to get a new laser printer whose producer implanted computer chips in the ink printer cartridge. The point of this chip may possibly be to regulate the color ink flow, limit the cartridges use, or to standardize the cartridge in alignment. Nevertheless, if you pick out a similar, or remanufactured, cartridge for laser printer, it might not be able to interconnect with the laser printer and may harm the laser copier or cause it to quit working.

Comparable Generic Inkjet Cartridge for Laser Printer
When thinking about purchasing an ink printer cartridge for your laser printer, the key aspect you must to bear in mind is the price. Buying a brand new ink laser printer cartridge will be based upon how much you are prepared to give. You can buy a new brand name cartridge for printer, or you might purchase a new compatible (generic) ink printer cartridge. Both types of ink printer cartridges might provide you with the same quantity, quality and performance you insist on from your printer. The major difference is in cost: a brand name ink printer cartridge might easily cost nearly twice the price of a compatible cartridge for printer.
Compatible (generic) inkjet laser printer cartridges are made to meet OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) specs. These makers usually set very lofty standards of dependability and quality and also provide high quality results, regularly exceeding the quality specifications established by the OEM. These cartridge for printer are produced with new parts and are a lower priced option to costly name brand ink printer cartridges.
Buyers might also be surprised to see that the generic comparable cartridge will publish the same amount of, or more, pages than the original OEM cartridge. Largely, this is since certain original OEM ink laser printer cartridges are not filled all the way up. In this situation, a compatible ink cartridge for printer could give you twice the advantage: it reduces your price per cartridge and cost per page by printing additional pages

Dec 27, 2009 | Dell 926 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I have an Epson D88 Inkjet Printer which is a couple of years old. Both the ink and the paper lights or flashing. The manual recommends taking to the dealer but it is not worth it. Any tips on a quick fix?


Could it be you're out of ink and paper simultaneously? But is it even worth buying more ink to find out if this is the cure? If so, I'd try generic ink cartridges to minimize the cost of the experiment. On the other hand, you could probably replace the printer, with new ink cartridges for not much more than the cost of ink for your old printer. They're made to be throwaway, unfortunately.

Nov 18, 2009 | Epson Stylus D88 InkJet Photo Printer

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Ink light is flashing but i have changed both cartridges


You could try checking the printer ink receptical contacts for damage, or simply clean them, however you can often purchase a new printer that comes with ink, for cheaper then the cost of buying new ink for an existing printer.

Jul 03, 2009 | HP DeskJet 842c InkJet Printer

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Refilled my Dell Ink Cartridge


yes, it's safe, and if you are dissatisfied with the cartridge, take it up with the cartridge re-filler...better yet, spend about $100 on a black & white laser printer (HP), and get 2000 pages per cartridge, and reduce cost per page by 20 times or more! And If you buy compatibles for this (which are more reliable) -save even more.

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Mar 24, 2009 | Dell 948 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Ink


Better not to refill. Better buy a new original Canon cartridge. The reason being that some of the newer printers have sensors which can detect refilled cartridges and will cause more problems later.

Nov 07, 2008 | Canon PIXMA iP1800 InkJet Photo Printer

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Solid ink runs out


That was the first think I was going to suggest was not shutting it off or restarting the machine. Make sure the power save is off on the machine.
The only way I can tell you to resolve the cost is to go on a cost per page maintenance agreement. That way you pay a certain affordible cost per page and they supply the ink.
About the only way to get around the solid ink cost .

Feb 13, 2008 | Xerox Phaser 8560DN Laser Printer

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Brother MFC-215C leaking ink


Buy a new printer ....unless it is a dodgy refilled magenta ink that is leaking,  if you are indeed using genuine Brother Inks then it will need a purge unit which is too costly to repair

Oct 17, 2007 | Brother MFC 210C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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