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Anyone used an HP chip resetter?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by DCM1519, Jul 17, 2005.

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  1. DCM1519

    DCM1519 Thread Starter

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    I have an HP Business Inkjet 2200 and have not used it much because of the excessive cost of buying ink cartridges.

    A cartridge that was 1/2-3/4 full last week has somehow magically become "empty" even though the printer has not been used since then.

    I am thoroughly disgusted with HP because this little "secret" was not revealed when I bought the printer. If I had known, I would not have bought it nor will I ever buy another HP product.

    They abide by that great American rule of business. Sell as little as possible and charge as much as possible.

    I do not want to refill cartridges but want to revive this cartridge and also use an unopened on that cost $30 but expired in 2004.

    Does anyone have any experience with a resetter for the number 10 HP cartridge? If so, where is a good place to buy one?

    Thanks
     
  2. pugmug

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    Can't you just take out the old cartridge,restart the printer and when it ask for a new cartridge reinstall the old one an restart the printer to reset it?
     
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    That sucks!
     
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    It sure does.
     
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