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What is the no. ink for canon 1p1880 for colored and black

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It's PG-40 for black ink and CL-41 for color ink

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The large cartridge is used for text only printing.
The smaller black cartridge is used for black in images such as pictures.

You have a "C (cyan) M (magenta) Y (yellow) and B (black) color system. This actually saves the color inks for you. If the Black was not there, you would need to make a composite black from the color inks.

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Mp145 ink


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