Lexmark 1180

  driving man 20:35 24 Mar 2006
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Due to the cost of genuine Lexmark cartidges ( that is Numbers 16/26 and 17/27) I wonder if any forum members have experience of either re-filling or 3rd party suppliers. Another Track would be to ditch the Lexmark ( scanner/copier /printer and puchase a machine which will do all I have mentioned ie an all in one
Regards
Chris The Driving Man

  rmcqua 21:31 24 Mar 2006

Ditch the Lexmark, would be my choice. I have never been satisfied with any that I owned and I only owned them for short periods!

  howard63 21:48 24 Mar 2006

I buy my ones from IJT direct they are cheaper than lexmark and seem to print better and last longer. My dell is a rebadged lexmark and is a great little printer with output as good as my old hp 430

  spuds 21:52 24 Mar 2006

You can refill them, and the cost works out at about 50pence per refill, using easy to obtain ink kits.

I have used these click here in the past for Lexmark compatibles.

Another supplier 7day shop click here, offer Lexmark originals for my X5150 at one of the best prices around.

Epson printers are one of the cheapest to run.

  driving man 23:27 25 Mar 2006

I thank you all for the trouble you've gone to in order to help me

  Enoch 20:13 31 Mar 2006

I have used a local refill company for my Lexmark inks (which is the same as yours) with no problem and for nearly half the price of buying new

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