I tried compatible inks ordered on-line for my Epson 200 SX printer.
Of course they didn't work did they so i had the rigmarole of sending them back for a refund.
I tried again with a local firm who say on their website ' guaranteed to work ' but of course they dont work either !
Ive tried all the usual tips for installing the inks but still no dice.
Its obvious the printer manufacturers do everything possible to stop you buying cheap inks but if they sold their own inks at reasonable prices instead of extortion they wouldn't have the problem with copiers.
Sell a printer for 4o quid and a few replacement cartridges for 35 quid. Whats that about ?
Not being allowed to use compatibles is a bit like saying if you buy a Ford car you MUST buy only Ford spare parts or else the thing wont work, its ludicrous.
Anyway before i chuck this pile of cr*p, printer included through the bedroom window any suggestions please ?
(i know, go buy some more ink but it must be genuine Epson)
I too use Choice Stationery Supplies. Whenever I put a new refill in on My Epson R340 Photo, I get a warning saying that the cartridge is not genuine, I click OK to continue, and never get any bother. They are a tiny fraction of the Epson price.
Strange as My RX620 Multifuntion as had nothing in from New only Compats as it was a Demo Printer in other words it was not in a box, never used they just lost all the parts, and I had to get them direct from Epson, But still worked out miles cheaper than a Boxed printer. I use Compats from Computer Fairs About £5 to £6 for six carts but it works out at about £5 set of 6 if I buy more than one set
Try these click here .easier They are guaranteed for a year and cheaper than compatibles and you don’t have to have wires trailing or your printer half open as you do with CISS. I’ve been using then for sometime with my DX8450 and the work a treat.