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Canon Print Cartridge

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Hardware' started by BGBG, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. BGBG

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    You are buying a Canon cartridge directly from Canon,
    the makers of your Printer and you ask is there a risk.
    Canon is the safest place to buy a Canon Cartridge.
     
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    Yes, as Dougie mentioned, that's a reputable place. Also try Staples or another nearby office supply. They're usually more expensive, but if the cartridge is bad, they typically will replace it. And they may be close by.
     
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    IMO, Canon's software is horrible.

    Above and beyond that, forget about an inkjet printer, as they are all crap. Get a Brother Laser Jet.
     
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    Hi Bill.
    Back in April/May 2016, we went through this Canon ink cartridge saga, with you.

    Three pages of posts.

    You were advised to only use Genuine Canon Cartridges.

    Refills are clearly marked on the packaging. Don't use refills.

    All our Office Supplies here sell Genuine Canon Inks, as well as Generic Inks.

    As Tony said, try your local Staples or Office supplies store.

    @Seth Anthony

    Inkjets are fine for non commercial use.

    My first Canon Pixma lasted 10yrs, and printed thousands of pages. I couldn't kill it.

    I now have two Canon Inkjets and working fine, except the ink is costly.:)
     
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    I do have a brother. But the Canon does photocopies and color is low.
     

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