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What kind of printer cartridges original, compatible or remanufactured will you choose?
Aftermarket ink cartridges are called compatible ink cartridges. These cartridges are made by a third party and not the manufacturer of the original printer. These cartridges still have to meet the manufacturer’s OEM or original equipment specifications. The quality will be just the same as the original compatible ink cartridge.
Using compatible ink cartridges are beneficial in many ways. Saving money and saving more money in the future.
A great example would be the Canon PGI-220BK. When it is remanufactured, there is a thirty percent savings in cost. You save even more when using a similar compatible ink cartridge version of the Canon at a whopping sixty percent savings!
One more example is the Brother LC61BK. When the parts are remanufactured, you save twenty percent. Buy a similar version of the Brother and save up to 85% when you compare it to the OEM specifications.
Using compatible ink cartridges will not void your printers warranty. You are free to buy whatever ink cartridge you wish. In 1975 Congress passed an antitrust bill into law called the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. This is to protect you the consumer.
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