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HP issues a fill notice for #93 and #75 cartridges

The color mix in a small portion of HP 93 (C9361) and 75 (CB337) Tri-color Ink Cartridges is incorrect, with some color chambers being over filled and the balance under filled. Print quality is not affected, but depending upon individual … Continue reading

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Ink costs more than blood

Ink is the most expensive component in a printer cartridge. Even our replacement ink, manufactured by Cartridge World specifically for its franchise locations, costs us over $100 a gallon. Now the price of ink is increasing again, and while we … Continue reading

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Why we can’t pay top price for your unused OEMs

Image by dmscvan via Flickr Several times a week we get calls from folks asking if we’ll buy their unopened OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) cartridges. Usually it’s because they have been keeping a few backup cartridges on-hand. When their printer … Continue reading

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Cartridge Exchanges

Image by Lonely Soul via Flickr Some of our new customers get confused about how we work, especially when it comes to exchanging cartridges. Let me see if I can clarify how it works. When you buy a refilled or … Continue reading

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Color laser printers reviewed

In January, PC World Magazine reviewed some of the newer color laser printers on the market and gave their top marks to the Dell 3130CN. B&W Pages per Min.: B&W PPM:31, Color Pages per Min.: Color PPM:26, Max. B&W dpi: … Continue reading

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How an inkjet cartridge works

Courtesy of Hewlett-Packard.

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