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Need to change region settings

C6180 is set for zone 2 (Europe); have moved to zone 1 (US). Zone 2 uses ink cartridge nos. 363; Zone 1 uses 02. Printer will not operate. How do I change the region setting from zone 2 to zone 1?

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It would be best to call HP TOTAL CARE. they would know how to reset it.

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sorry there is no solution.

HP (maybe other manufacturers too) distribute locally. So the cartridges are more expensive here then anywhere else.
The costs are caused maybe by tax, logistics, but also by regional conditions.
F.e: Customers in Asia buy cartridges for lower costs than in Europe due to GDP.
So the only way is to call HP (phone, chat, mail) and request new codes for the printer. The codes will never be publicated to prevent missuse.

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A very helpful guy on their phone support described to me exactly what was needed. However, he said that it was hardly ever done, many of the tech support people had no experience of it, and that he wasn't allowed to do it himself - I would have to be transferred to "Level 2" tech support. As my printer was out of warranty, this was going to cost me around 40 bucks (I forget the exact amount). Or he said, I could try the online support which, he admitted, was a bit of a lottery.

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