How do you stop printer ink cartridges from going dry?
By Helen from U.K
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By Cajun 07/23/2010
If you're not using your 'color' cartridge(s) much, then make a habit of doing a 'tone-up' weekly to test the colors....I have a bad habit of doing most of my printing with the black cartridge and have lost/wasted a color cartridege..
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My printer ink always goes dry on me way before it gets used up. I mainly print out is recipes. So every 6 months or so I end up paying another $28 for an ink cartridge. Is there a way to keep printer ink from drying out? Please.
Ariela from FL
By Ree 127
When the cartridge starts drying out, sometimes you cannot refill some of the color chambers because you can get clogged chamber and it is nearly impossible to get them to work correctly again. Talking from experience! This is a tip from the company where I buy my inks for refilling. (09/29/2006)
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