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Old 12-12-17, 14:03
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I use 3rd party or refills. There used to be a place near me that sold all sorts of stuff like this, before that I used Cartridge World so I can't tell you where to go now. But there are plenty of outlets including online.

I will def try one of these when I next need any more. Trial and error though.
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Old 12-12-17, 14:55
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I get mine from Badger Inks - no connection.
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I get mine from www.stinkyink.com
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Old 13-12-17, 07:42
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www.inkrite.org.uk
for me, just have a look at website for details.Give the guy a ring he's been in the printing and photography game for years.Worked with David Bailey back in the 60,s.and knows his stuff. Has some lovely photos of the 60,s , The Shrimp, et al.
His inks have twice the quantity.

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Old 13-12-17, 11:53
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www.inkrite.org.uk
for me, just have a look at website for details.Give the guy a ring he's been in the printing and photography game for years.Worked with David Bailey back in the 60,s.and knows his stuff. Has some lovely photos of the 60,s , The Shrimp, et al.
His inks have twice the quantity.

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So do the very cheapies that I buy off Ebay.

That link doesn't work for me http://www.inkrite.co/ but it's a nightmare of a site to navigate. I failed totally.
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Old 14-12-17, 07:40
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Pete.i, "You pays your money and you makes the choice", is my dictum.
Thanks for the advice re the website I will mention it to him. Maybe he is not so good at Web Building.

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Several years ago I bought an HP A3 Scanner printer and all was well until I fitted non HP catridges. They were considerably cheaper and gave excellent results. Every time I turned the computer on or sent a document to the printer a nagging notice appeared on screen. This seemed to have been built into the driver software as I could find no way of turning it off. It was so annoying that I gave the printer away (with a warning about the problem) and bought an equivalent A3 scanner printer from Brother. I use StinkyInk cartrides and have yet to see a nagging notice. Well done Brother. Your loss HP.
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Old 14-12-17, 09:44
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Sneakybeaky - I think that when my Epson printer gives up the ghost I will try a Brother printer instead, as I am fed up of these messages.
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