Why Buy LINKYO Remanufactured Epson Ink Cartridges?

If you’re on the market to buy a remanufactured Epson ink cartridge, you should know that there are two types of such cartridges on the market, one based on a new chip and the other based on a reset chip. What’s the difference? I’ll explain. A cartridge’s chip serves two purposes: To tell the printer the cartridge’s model and color To tell the printer the cartridge’s model and color A compatible cartridge’s chip uses a “page counter” to calculate the amount of ink is inside the cartridge; this method is inaccurate because it estimates the...

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How to Fix Canon Printer Ink Error

Why am I getting Canon printer ink error – ink is emptry or low – after installing remanufactured Canon ink cartridges? It’s common for remanufactured Canon ink cartridges to read as empty or low. This is because the ink monitoring chip in the cartridge (especially the ones with built-in print heads) is intended for one-time use only. DON’T PANIC! Your remanufactured Canon ink cartridges are indeed full and ready to print. Simply ignore the message, click OK (or CONTINUE), and continue to print. Some printers, particularly Canon inkjet models, won’t print if the...

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What’s the Difference? HP 940 vs 940xl Ink

Many people have inquired regarding cost savings on HP 940 VS 940XL ink cartridges. I’ll put that debate to rest here and show you the differences my research has uncovered. I’ll even explain important reasons why HP sells both but most major aftermarket suppliers don’t. Hewlett Packard follows that long-proven razor and blades marketing approach. Once you buy the printer, you soon learn that the ink is where the real costs lie. That’s not news to inkjet users, but there is another layer to this marketing method: offering different levels of replacement cartridges at different price-points....

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What’s the Difference? HP 564 vs 564XL Ink

The HP 564 and 564XL are two ink cartridges commonly found in HP Photosmart and Deskjet printers. As we all know, buying ink can be pricey – but here’s a quick guide on how to better understand the 564 and save. The HP 564 and 564XL ink cartridge is available in five colors: Black, Photo Black, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow. A black cartridge contains twice the ink that a color (magenta, yellow, and cyan) cartridge, but yields fewer pages according to the International Standards Organization (ISO). The 564 and 564XL are interchangeable. The only difference between the two types is that the...

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Why Does a New Ink Cartridge Shows Empty?

Sometimes when you put a brand new ink cartridge in an inkjet printer, the screen shows that the cartridge is empty or not recognized. For example, that can happen on this HP 564 remanufactured ink cartridge.  There are other messages that you might see, depending on the printer and software. The empty ink cartridge message may show up on the printer’s display or on the computer. Messages include “no cartridge,” “low ink,” “cartridge not recognized,” or some other condition that points to the new cartridges as the problem. I have even heard of printer software claiming the user just...

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