Friday, February 21, 2014
When refilling your Canon or Epson ink cartridge, depending on the model, you also need to replace or reset the chips. 123refills.net offers the following resetters for the below-mentioned cartridge models:
We have 3 Epson Resetters for non-wide format models (V5, V7 and V9). The models they reset are listed below:
(this is for T068120* / T069120* / T069220* / T069320* / T069420* / T069520* / T077120* / T077220* / T077320* / T077420* / T077520* / T077620* / T078120* / T078220* / T078320* / T078420* / T078520* / T078620* / T007 / T008 / T009 / T015 / T016 / T017 / T018 / T0100 / T026 / T027 / T028 / T029 / T036 / T037 / T038 / T039 / T040 / T041 / T057 / T058 / T066 / T067 / T0321 / T0322 / T0323 / T0324 / T0331 / T0332 / T0333 / T0334 / T0711* / T0712* / T0713* / T0714*)
(this is for T124* / T125* / T126* / T127*)
(this is for 16/16XL*, 18/18XL*, 26/26XL*, 200/200XL*, 273/273XL*, 277/277XL*)
We also have the wide format Epson Resetter: http://123refills.net/cic/product.php?product=Uni-Kit+Chip+Resetter+for+Epson+Wide+Format+Plotter+Resetter+v2.0
* VERY IMPORTANT: The models marked with an asterisk use a new generation 9-Pin Epson chip (T068, T069, T077 and T078 cartridges). For these cartridges, the printer reads more than just the chip when determining the ink level status for the cartridge. The printer also reads ink level sensors INSIDE the cartridge, so the cartridge needs to be both properly resetted AND properly refilled in order for the printer to recognize it as full. Make sure you know how to refill these cartridges before you buy this resetter! This caution does not apply to the older generation chips that are not marked with an asterisk, which use 7-pin chips.
For Canon, there is no 250/251 resetter yet, we have the following models:
Canon PGI5 / Canon CLI8: http://123refills.
net/cic/product.php?product= Uni-Kit+Chip+Resetter+for+ Canon+CLI-8+%2F+PGI-5
Canon PGI220 / Canon CLI221: http://123refills.
net/cic/product.php?product= Uni-Kit+Chip+Resetter+for+ Canon+CLI-221+%2F+PGI-220
Canon PGI225 / Canon CLI226: http://123refills.
net/cic/product.php?product= Uni-Kit+Chip+Resetter+for+ Canon+CLI-226+%2F+PGI-225
Posted by Author at 11:26 AM
Monday, October 8, 2012
Our poll to answer this question is ongoing (check the right side menu of our blog), you can cast your vote for another 23 days.
What motivates your decision to buy a new printer?
Price of printer
Price of replacement original brand cartridges
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Posted by Author at 9:32 AM
The following new chips for toner cartridges are under final test:
· Lexmark X203/X204 - 2K5 - Black.
· Ricoh Aficio AP400/410 - 15K
· Ricoh Aficio SP4100N/4110/4210 - 15K
· Ricoh Aficio AP600/610N/2600/2610 - 20K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Toner Black - 8K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Toner Cyan - 8K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Toner Magenta - 8K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Toner Yellow - 8K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Image Drum Black - 30K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Image Drum Cyan - 30K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Image DrumMagenta - 30K
· Minolta 4650/4690/4695 - Image Drum Yellow - 30K
· Minolta 8650 - Toner Black - 26K
· Minolta 8650 - Toner Cyan - 20K
· Minolta 8650 - Toner Magenta - 20K
· Minolta 8650 - Toner Yellow - 20K
· Minolta 8650 - Image Drum Black - 120K
· Minolta 8650 - Image Drum Cyan - 90K
· Minolta 8650 - Image Drum Magenta - 90K
· Minolta 8650 - Image Drum Yellow - 90K
Posted by Author at 9:30 AM
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Toner Refills coming soon for: HP Laserjet Pro 100 M175 MFP (this is HP's smallest color laser printer).
The M175 cartridge model numbers are CE310A, 311A, 321A and 313A.
Toner Refills coming soon for: HP Enterprise 300 M375 and M475 MFPs.
Toner Refills coming soon for: Dell 7330 laser printer (35,000 page yield cartridges).
Posted by Author at 9:52 AM
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Inkedibles Bulk Ink now available (edible ink in sizes up to 1 gallon) and other Inkedibles products releases
bulk edible inks. These bulk sizes are available for Canon Edible Inks, while Epson Edible Inks are available in 100ml sizes. Among other new Inkedibles releases are Edible Cleaning Solutions (and cartridges), Chocolate Transfer Supplies and other cake decoration supplies.
Posted by Author at 10:14 AM
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The Telegraph in the UK just reported today that Lexmark may be getting out of the Inkjet Printer business. According to the Telegraph, Lexmark, a US printer manufacturer, is to stop making inkjet printers to focus on other parts of its business.
Why is this good news? Well, Lexmark (who also makes the printers for Dell), makes arguable the worst quality printers and ink cartridges on the market. According to a study that they themselves sponsored in order to "shed light" on failures of the remanufacturing industry, their own OEM (original brand) Lexmark Inkjet Cartridges failed out the box or prematurely at a significant rate. This also translates into more quality issues for remanufactured cartridges, because a remanufactured Lexmark ink cartridge is only as good as the components it starts with. Lexmark has also been strongly anti-refills, making their cartridges more and more complicated to refill, so an exit by Lexmark from the inkjet printer business would be great news for remanufacturers and consumers alike. HP and other printer makers have a much better quality product, and are more refill friendly.
Posted by Author at 11:54 AM