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    best place to buy/refill cartridges for HP InkJet Printer

    Hi again,

    Does anyone have any recommendations to get the best place to buy/refill cartridges for HP InkJet Printer?

    I am looking for both a colour and black cartridge.

    The colour is a HP C1823g 15ml (Number 23) cartridge.
    The black is a HP C6615n 14ml (Number 15) cartridge.

    I would prefer not to pay £29.99 for a colour cartridge as you can imagine, so I was just wondering if anyone has any suggestions as to how to get the cheapest and easiest ways of refilling/getting new cartridges for my Hewlett Packard Deskjet 810C (InkJet) printer.

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    refilling cartridges seems to come around the £18 mark (for a black set and a clolour set). any experiacnes?

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    I've heard that those DIY refill kits while, it works in the sense that it will put ink back in the cartridge, they started putting a little chip into the cartridges so that once it goes empty, and even if your refill it, the printer will still think it is empty.

    I don't know if they still do that or what but just an FYI.
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    Crikey Jerry, that was one hell of a thread bump. Thread from the dead right enough :P

    I sold that HP printer, wouldn't go back to HP for printers either. Bought a Epson, good enough print quality for the limited times that I actually print and cheap-as-chips cartridges. Good times!

    No Walgreens over here mate.

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    lol.

    Still relevant I think, though.

    I use refilled cartridges for my hp and epson bjut even from a nationwide franchised cartridge refiller, they never seem to last as long as the run. I expect the truth is out - however cheap something appears, you still pay somewhere.

    I am save 40% on the cost but, I only get about 40% life out of them. might not even be that long.

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    What is the difference between the quality of a Home Inkjet Printer vs. a Home Laser Printer? What is the difference between the quality of a Home Inkjet Printer vs. a Home Color Laser Printer? Does the Laser show ink that is thicker and richer on the paper?
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