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    Default Cheapest place for Lexmark replacement Inkjet Cartridges

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    Im looking for some replacement inkjet cartridges for my Lexmark X7350.

    Ive looked at the genuine ones and they are a small fortune, ive looked on ebay and most of them get negative feedback for ither not working of very little ink in them.

    So who do you recommend?

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    Take your empty ones to cartradge world have them refilled and reset
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    This is why I always use Epson printers. I pay around £5 for 2 sets of colours and black a lot cheaper that way and very rare that I get a bad set they always seem to work

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    I cant complain really its lasted a year lol

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    Try the Cartridgepeople. Google them and you will find their website.
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    I have a photoprinter wghich takes 6 cartridges. Tend to use choicestationary.co.uk and get compatibles. No probs and been using them for several years

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    Quote Originally Posted by john_k_sri View Post
    thats the one i use

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    The reason why the cartridges are so expensive is because they include the print head. You could get a refill kit and have a go yourself. There also used to be a kit that would link the cartridge to larger external ink tanks.

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    cheaper to buy a new printer complete with a full set of ink than a set of lexmark cartridges i found!

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