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Post Fri Aug 26, 2016 9:01 pm

XC540 ink cartridges and replacing when empty

Hi.

This might seem a strange question, and one I should probably know given the number of years I've been doing this job !

I'm currently running Eco Sol Max inks and thinking of going to Max 3. A few of the current cartridges are getting a bit low - am I able to let 1 cartridge colour run out and it carry on to the next cartridge of the same colour or is it going to scream at me to tell me it needs replacing ?

i.e. I want to try and run the ink cartridges as low as possible before changing and as this machine has 2 of each colour can I run them down to empty and it still print from the other cartridge ?

I believe I can't mix the new cartridges with the old type. Any other recommendations for generic inks welcome !

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Lee
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Post Fri Aug 26, 2016 10:01 pm

Re: XC540 ink cartridges and replacing when empty

Hi
it draws from both carts together so if one is empty it will tell you

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Post Fri Aug 26, 2016 11:38 pm

Re: XC540 ink cartridges and replacing when empty

Be careful, I ran mine to near empty and my magenta ran out. I had to buy another Eco sol max 2 just to do a cycle so I could take them all out and upgrade.

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