Canon IP4600 chip transfer

  fazza8 09:48 16 May 2009
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I had a Canon IP3000 which did good service but I have replaced it with an IP4600 (I like the Canon CD tray).
The ink cartridges are a nightmare. They don't last long and are very expensive. I tried some compatibles but you have to change the chip. I got no instructions how to do this so I tried anyway. The yellow tank I switched to does not seem to want to work. Has anyone had a similar experience? Any tips? Any suggestions for a good tutorial or good compatibles? I can't afford the £40+ authentic replacement chips.
Thanks in advance.

  mimosa418 10:07 16 May 2009

Find some instruction here
click here
You can get cheap chipped cartridges here
click here

  mimosa418 10:10 16 May 2009

Here are some better instructions.
click here

  fazza8 08:51 17 May 2009

Brilliant help! I am really grateful

Eric

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