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  1. CH@NO

    CH@NO New Member

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    Hi.

    My ultra shitty multi-functional Epson CX5600 is about to die, I had MANY problems 'cause I didn't know It's original catridges cannot be refilled.

    Now I'm after a HP F4280 model that uses HP60 catridges and as far as I know the original catridges can be refilled (in my own experience using older models, just take off the top stick of the catridge), but I dunno If It happens the same with this ones.

    Help please, the fact of the catrifges can be refilled is CRUCIAL to buy the model.

    Thanx.
     
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    Go to the local company that does the refills , and ask them , you will learn also the refill cost.
     
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    Go to website Mr. Ink Jet - they have instructions and lots of information.
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    I already know how to refill it, but some printers (like my current CX5600) comes with a lock that doesn't let you use original refilled catridges (you MUST reset the catridge's chip before use it), things that doesn't happen with HP models.....well, talking about older models, that's why I wanna know if the F4280 from HP doesn't have that "lock".
     
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    Like I said, you can probably find out at the site I mentioned.:toast:
     
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