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I have a hp and canon printer. I always assumed you could not use compatible cartriges as they put chips in the real ones to stop you.But then a quick trawl of ebay and i was able to get compatible cartriges for on average about £2, compared to £15 for the original ones.I would prefer to buy original ink but frankly pricing for ink is scandalous, so my advice is to shop around as you can save a packet.
I bought this printer. It didn't work. I spent four hours on the phone with customer service, and it STILL didn't work! So they sent me a brand-new one, and guess what? THAT one didn't work! Two more hours on the phone with customer service, and they got it to work. Now, after spending more than $100 on this thing and hours of my life on the phone with customer service, I get to see how slow and loud it is! Plus, there are paper jams every 50 sheets or so ... This is the worst printer experience I've ever had, and I've had them all. Kodak has lost me as a customer for good.
My 7250 has lasted a few years but now the carriage is stuck on the left and won't budge
Cost estimate of repairs tremendous and need to drive 25 miles to get to service place and ten depend zillions
What is your experience..could it be worse
This thing lasted about a year with light printing and now it jams constantly..I hate it.
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