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Sir, I hav canon ip1880 pixma. I have already refilled the black cartridge and is working fine. my question is that can I refill the colour cartridge with black ink in all its three compartments instead of colour inks. thank u. Dr Prasad

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I would not advise doing that. Once you do this you could have unexpected poor print quality.
If you only want to print black documents then I suggest you purchase a laser printer, these printers are not expensive now and the cost to per page is cheaper than inkjet printers and they do not suffer from block inkjet nozzles.

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