KNOWBASE Overview

  • Compatibles FAQs

    Compatible printer cartridge FAQ's At cartridges.com.au we only supply the most premium quality compatible cartridges/toners that are manufactured to ISO9001/ISO14001 standards and extensively tested. These cartridges/toners contain premium grade components from industry leading companies. ·       It's our goal to provide quality cartridges/toners to you at an affordable price. All backed up by a 12 month warranty and leading industry technical support. We guarantee that the print results will be similar to those of an original or OEM consumable cartridge/toner. Our premium quality cartridges/toners will not void your printers manufacturer's warranty.   Using our premium quality cartridges/toners that are manufactured to ISO9001/ISO14001 standards and extensively tested can save you up to 70%. Remember the most expensive part of owning a printer is purchasing printer consumables eg: cartridges/toners. Savings vary per cartridge/toner models but in every case you will find a dramatic saving.   The following a range of FAQ's may arise when using our compatible printer cartridges/toners. Question: Why are there are white lines or gaps in my printing? Answer: If you encounter white lines or gaps in your printing, stop printing immediately. Air bubbles or extremely worn print heads are likely to blame and these may permanently damage your printer. We recommend using the self cleaning program on your printer 3 times in a row to clear the air bubble / ensure that your print heads are clean. Should this fail to fix the problem, please purchase new printer cartridges.   Question: Should I remove the plastic strips on my cartridge? Answer: No, please leave the plastic strips on the cartridge. The plastic strips ensure the cartridge remains vacuum sealed. By removing the plastic strips the cartridge may leak or not print properly.   Question: My printer cartridge is installed, but nothing is printing Answer: Your cartridge may not print for a range of reasons, please follow the following steps: Remove the sealing / print head label: Many cartridges have a plastic film over the print head to prevent it drying out and / or a label at the top of the cartridge to allow air to flow inside. These labels must be removed in order for the printer cartridge to print correctly, please follow the instructions for your specific printer cartridge. Print head is blocked, dry or worn: Depending on the age of your printer cartridge, the print head pay be dry, blocked or worn. You should perform your printer's self-cleaning (see your printer's instruction manual)  process at least three times and then retry printing. If your cartridge is still not printing, it may need to be replace. The cartridge is not properly installed: A cartridge must be fully installed into its position within the printer in order for it to operate, this is especially important for cartridges that contain a computer chip. To ensure the cartridge is properly installed, remove it fully and reinstall it.   Question: When installing a new cartridge my printer displays a warning regarding warranty / non-original cartridges / cartridge cannot be recognized. What does this mean? Answer: Printer manufacturers prefer you to buy their own printer cartridges (known as OEM) and for this reason they sometimes program their printers to display a warning message when a compatible cartridge is installed. These messages may include warnings regarding voiding the manufacturers warranty. Under Australian and international law, manufacturers cannot force you to purchase their cartridges. Do not be alarmed by error messages regarding warranty. PrintRite cartridges perform just as well as OEM cartridges and will not affect your printer's warranty. Plus they offer exceptional savings over manufacturer cartridges!   The following is a list of messages that you may occasionally experience when installing a compatible printer cartridge: General messages Error Message: "The installed ink cartridge differs from the original ink cartridge for the printer. Your printouts may be different from those printed using original ink cartridges. Do you want to continue using the currently installed ink cartridge?" Or other similar messages. Solution: Simply select yes to continue printing. This will not affect the printing quality or the number of prints your cartridge produces.   Error Message: "Installed Ink Cartridge cannot be recognised" Or other similar messages Solution: This message usually occurs when a new cartridge is installed without turning the printer off first. To correctly install your cartridge: remove the cartridge from the printer, turn the power off, turn the power back on, install the once again and then press the resume button. When removing printer cartridges make sure you do not touch the computer chip and the static electricity naturally created by the human body may effect the chip. Once the cartridge is reinstalled and the printer turned on, you may receive the standard message warning that the cartridge is non-original, simply click yes and print normally.   Canon printer cartridges Error Message: "An ink cartridge cannot be recognized" Solution: This message usually occurs when a new cartridge is installed without turning the printer off first. To correctly install your cartridge: remove the cartridge from the printer, turn the power off, turn the power back on, install the once again and then press the resume button. When removing printer cartridges make sure you do not touch the computer chip and the static electricity naturally created by the human body may effect the chip. Once the cartridge is reinstalled and the printer turned on, you may receive the standard message warning that the cartridge is non-original, simply click yes and print normally.   Error Message: "An ink cartridge that was once empty is installed. U162. The function for detecting the remaining ink level will be diabled since the remaining in level cannot be correctly detected. If you want to continue printing without this function, press the <OK> button." Solution: Simply press the OK button to accept that the ink level display may not operate. This will not affect the printing quality or the number of prints your cartridge produces.   Epson printer cartridges Error message: "An ink cartridge cannot be recognized" Solution: This message will typically occur when using a compatible cartridge such as PrintRite and typically the printers ink level indicator will stop functioning. In this case, simply continue to use the printer and cartridges as normal. Should you continue to receive annoying warning messages, you can disable the EPSON Status Monitor simply by following these steps: Open the printer preferences (on PC via the Control Panel and on an Apple Mac's via the Print & Fax pane in System Preferences.) Find a tab named either 'Maintenance' or 'Speed and Progress' Click the box labelled 'Status Monitor 3' Check the box marked 'Disable ESPON Status Monitor 3' Select 'Save'   Question: The colour prints from my PrintRite cartridge look different to my original prints Answer: Prints colours normally vary between different printers and in the same way prints from  compatible cartridges may differ from the original. People often mistake prints from the original cartridge as the 'correct' colour print. In fact, there is no single correct print colour, rather colour prints may be affected: the print settings, paper used (coated, photo, standard) original image quality printing speed software used (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator etc.) Make sure that the settings on your printer match your desired output (e.g. photo settings for phota prints), you are using the correct paper and the settings in your software package ar correctly adjusted.   Question: My printer utility displays 'Unknown' / 'Unknown printer cartridge' Answer: When using a compatible printer cartridge your printer utility may displays 'Unknown' or 'Unknown printer cartridge' in place of the name of the manufacturer (e.g. HP, Lexmark etc.). This is simply due to a different data input on the printer cartridge computer chip and is for configuration purposes. This has no impact on the normal operation of your printer or the quality of your printing.   Question: My printer does not recognise the new compatible cartridge Answer: This message usually occurs when a new cartridge is installed without turning the printer off first. To correctly install your cartridge: remove the cartridge from the printer, turn the power off, turn the power back on, install the once again and then press the resume button. When removing printer cartridges make sure you do not touch the computer chip and the static electricity naturally created by the human body may effect the chip. Once the cartridge is reinstalled and the printer turned on, you may receive the standard message warning that the cartridge is non-original, simply click yes and print normally.   Question: My computer or printer displays a warning that an unknown product is installed. Answer: Printer manufacturers prefer you to buy their own printer cartridges (known as OEM) and for this reason they sometimes program their printers to display a warning message when a compatible cartridge is installed. These messages may include warnings regarding voiding the manufacturers warranty. Under Australian and international law, manufacturers cannot force you to purchase their cartridges. Do not be alarmed by error messages regarding warranty. PrintRite cartridges perform just as well as OEM cartridges and will not affect your printer's warranty. Plus they offer exceptional savings over manufacturer cartridges!   Question: My printer is indicating "out of ink" but there is ink still in the cartridge. Answer: Original manufacturer cartridges (OEM) are usually set to only print the amount of ink that is stored within the cartridge, or a set number of pages. Compatible cartridges offer greater value, as they commonly hold more ink that the OEM equivalent. Therefore, once the printer has determined that a set number of pagres have been printed, it will automatically notify you to replace the printer cartridge. To overcome this massage, simply turn the printer off and back on, this will generally overcome the signal and you may resume printing until the compatible cartridge runs out of ink.   Question: Do compatible printer cartridges print as many pages as the original cartridges? Answer: Original manufacturer cartridges (OEM) are usually set to only print the amount of ink that is stored within the cartridge, or a set number of pages. Compatible cartridges offer greater value, as they commonly hold the same or more ink that the OEM equivalent. This means you will print the same or even more pages with a compatible cartridge.   Question: My picture prints are not sharp and the colours have bled. Answer: In order to print high quality pictures it's important to use the correct paper and in most cases this is high quality specialised paper. Please make sure you are printing pictures or photos on this type of paper. If you are printing standard black text in a document, ordinary inkjet or bubble jet paper may be used.   This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd ·         It's our goal to provide quality cartridges/toners to you at an affordable price. All backed up by a 12 month warranty and leading industry technical support.   ·         We guarantee that the print results will be similar to those of an original or OEM consumable cartridge/toner.   ·         Our premium quality cartridges/toners will not void your printers manufacturer's warranty.   ·         Using our premium quality cartridges/toners that are manufactured to ISO9001/ISO14001 standards and extensively tested can save you up to 70%. Remember the most expensive part of owning a printer is purchasing printer consumables eg: cartridges/toners. Savings vary per cartridge/toner models but in every case you will find a dramatic saving.
    more >>
  • Replacing Inkjet

    Guide to replacing inkjet printer cartridges Replacing inkjet printer cartridges is a normally a quick and easy process. This step-by-step guide is designed is designed to save you time, prevent hassle and avoid common errors. As there are a large range of inkjet printers from many manufacturers (HP, Kyocera, Lexmark, OKI, Fuji Xerox etc.), this is a general guide and is not intended to replace the instructions for your printer. Step 1: Remove the plastic lid / tape In order to prevent printer cartridges from drying out, manufacturers usually include a small plastic lid which needs to be snapped off, or a clear plastic tape seal which should be removed. If either of these are not removed the inkjet cartridges will either not print at all, or it will malfunction (for example by printing streaks). Follow the instructions for your inkjet cartridge to remove the plastic lid or tape seal. Once this has been removed, install the printer cartridge into the correct slot on your printer's caddy (the place where the printer cartridge sits in the printer) and be sure to close printer caddy's lid.   Step 2: Align the inkjet cartridge heads Generally the printer will automatically align the inkjet cartridge heads once a new printer cartridge is installed. However, should you have an older printer or the automatic alignment process unsuccessful, you can initiate the inkjet cartridge alignment manually via the printer's utilities menu. The printer utilities menu can be accessed either from the printer's own display screen, or alternatively from a computer (on a PC via the Control Panel and on an Apple Mac's via the Print & Fax pane in System Preferences). Step 3: Clean the inkjet cartridge heads Once the inkjet alignment is complete, it's recommended that you clean the printer cartridge heads.You can clean the cartridge heads either via the printer's own display screen or by accessing the printer utilities menu (on a PC via the Control Panel and on an Apple Mac's via the Print & Fax pane in System Preferences). Occasionally inkjet head cleaning may need to be done up to 3 times to ensure that materials covering the cartridge head during manufacture are removed. If you do not clean the printer cartridge heads, it may result in missing lines or even some colours. Step 4: Final inkjet cartridge check Having moved through steps 1 to 3, the final check of the inkjet printer cartridge involves printing some test pages. cartridges.com.au recommends that you print both a colourful print (assuming you have a colour printer) and a plain black text print - please check out our test pictures located in the footer of the cartridges.com.au site. If these two prints are  successful your inkjet cartridge has been correctly installed. Should you experience problems with you prints, repeat the above steps and in particular step 3 cleaning the printer cartridge heads. Finally, make sure you that you use your printer inkjet cartridges within 24 months of purchasing them cartridges.com.au and 6 months from the date that you have installed the inkjet cartridge into your printer. Step 5: Recycle your used inkjet cartridge! Cartridges.com.au cares about our environment and we hope you do too.   Research conducted by Pollinate for Planet Ark in 2010 found that only 50% of people correctly recycled their printer cartridges in Australia. When you consider that about 13 million ink and toner printer cartridges are sold each year, that's lot of chemical and plastic waste that is going into landfill! cartridges.com.au wants to help you do your bit for the environment, just follow these simple steps: Home users - Drop into a Planet Ark Recycling point or send your cartridge to us Home users with used cartridges are encouraged to either drop you cartridges into a Planet Ark collection point or send them to us and we'll do it for you! See the Environment section of the cartridges.com.au website for details. Business users - Request a free Eccosave recycling box and we will pay for collection Business and large volume users, cartridges.com.au will provide you with a free Eccosave recycling box and once it's full we will pay for it to be collected. Eccosave are one of the leading cartridge recyclers in Australia, since inception they have recycled over 450,000 cartridges equating to 1.5 cubic kilometers of saved landfill. See the Environment section of the cartridges.com.au website for details about ordering your free Ecco Save recycling box. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Replacing Laser

    Guide to replacing laser toner printer cartridges Replacing laser toner printer cartridges is a normally a quick and easy process. This step-by-step guide is designed is designed to save you time, prevent hassle and avoid common errors. As there are a large range of laser toner printers, photocopiers and fax machines from many manufacturers (Espon, HP, Kyocera, Lexmark, OKI, Fuji Xerox etc.), this is a general guide and is not intended to replace the instructions of your for your printer, photocopier or fax machine. Step 1: Ensure the machine is switched off For safety reasons is it very important to ensure that your printer, photocopier or fax machine is turned off prior to replacing the toner cartridge. We recommend removing the power cord from the wall socket. Step 2: Open the printer door and carefully remove the existing toner cartridge Refer to the instruction manual for your printer, photocopier or fax machine for an explanation of how to open the printer door and remove the toner cartridge. You should ensure that you carefully remove the toner cartridge and place it in a space away from any delicate equipment or paper to ensure that excess toner does fall onto these items Step 3: Check the model number of the used toner cartridge with the new toner cartridge to ensure you are replacing it with the correct model Prior to removing the new toner cartridge from it box, you should ensure that the model number of your new cartridge matches the used toner cartridge model number. Once you have confirmed that the model number is correct, remove the new toner cartridge from it box and replace it with the used cartridge. Step 4: Remove the new toner cartridge from its box and carefully shake it for 20 seconds Once you have removed the new toner cartridge from its box you should grip it firmly at each end and gently shake it from side to side for 20 seconds. This shaking will allow the toner to be evenly distributed within the cartridge unit. Step 5: Remove the plastic pull-tab from the toner cartridge In order to prevent toner cartridges from spilling, manufacturers include a small pull-tab which should be removed prior to installing the cartridge. If this is not removed the toner cartridge may not install correctly or the printer, photocopier or fax machine will malfunction. Follow the instructions of the manufacturer of your toner cartridge to remove the plastic pull-tab until all of the tape is removed from the toner cartridge. Once removed, place the plastic pull-tab and tape in the toner cartridge box, together with the used cartridge for disposal. Step 6: Install the toner cartridge into your printer, photocopier or fax machine Follow the instruction manual of your printer, photocopier or fax machine to install the toner cartridge correctly into the machine. Once you have correctly installed the toner cartridge, shut the printer door and re-connect the printer to the power. You should be careful of the following things when installing your toner cartridge: Ensure that the printer door is securely closed. If it does not securely closed it is likely it is likely that the toner cartridge has been incorrectly fitted - never force the printer door. Remove the toner cartridge and attempt once again to reposition the toner cartridge. Should toner fall on your clothing ensure that you wipe the toner with a dry cloth and wash the clothes in cold water. Washing toner stained clothing in hot water will cause the toner to set into the fabric. Never expose the toner cartridge to light for more than a few minutes. Light may damage your new toner cartridge. If you do need to remove the toner cartridge from the printer for an extended period, ensure that the toner cartridge is kept in a dark place at room temperature. Step 7: Final toner cartridge check and test print Having moved through steps 1 to 6, the final check of the toner cartridge involves printing some test pages. cartridges.com.au recommends that you print both a colourful print (assuming you have a colour printer or photocopier) and a plain black text print. If these two prints are successful your toner cartridge has been correctly installed in your printer, photocopier or fax machine. Step 8: Recycle your used toner cartridge! Cartridges.com.au cares about our environment and we hope you do too. Research conducted by Pollinate for Planet Ark in 2010 found that only 50% of people correctly recycled their printer cartridges in Australia. When you consider that about 13 million ink and toner printer cartridges are sold each year, that's lot of chemical and plastic waste that is going into landfill! cartridges.com.au wants to help you do your bit for the environment, just follow these simple steps: Home users - Drop into a Planet Ark Recycling point or send your cartridge to us Home users with used cartridges are encouraged to either drop you cartridges into a Planet Ark collection point or send them to us and we'll do it for you! See the Environment section of the cartridges.com.au website for details. Business users - Request a free Eccosave recycling box and we will pay for collection Business and large volume users, cartridges.com.au will provide you with a free Eccosave recycling box and once it's full we will pay for it to be collected. Eccosave are one of the leading cartridge recyclers in Australia, since inception they have recycled over 450,000 cartridges equating to 1.5 cubic kilometers of saved landfill. See the Environment section of the cartridges.com.au website for details about ordering your free Ecco Save recycling box. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Inkjet Storage

    How to Store Inkjet Cartridges Why it's important to properly store your inkjet cartridges Inkjet printer cartridges are delicate pieces of equipment that store a highly perishable fluid - ink! When stored properly ink remains a liquid with low viscosity (a fancy word for the thickness of fluid, water has a low viscosity when compared with porridge!). However, should ink in your inkjet printer cartridge be exposed to air, water, heat or humidity, the ink inside the printer cartridge will begin to thicken. Think ink causes the inkjet nozzle to become blocked with can cause ink splotches, smudges, fuzzy printing and occasionally, print head damage. For this reason, the proper storage of your inkjet cartridges is essential. The shelf life of a properly stored inkjet cartridge Inkjet manufacturers typically design and package their cartridges to last for 2 years when stored correctly. The packaging of a printer cartridge is an essential component in maintaining the cartridge over time, important elements of this packaging includes: vacuum-sealed plastic film over the valve or vent holes on the top or bottom of the printer cartridge the inkjet cartridges are vacuum sealed in an anti-static plastic bag It's very important when storing inkjet cartridges that the manufacturer's packaging is left intact in order to prevent air from entering the printer cartridge. How to properly store an inkjet cartridge You should always follow the manufacturer's instructions when storing your printer cartridges. The following tips will also help to maximise the life of your inkjet cartridge: Keep inkjet cartridges in their packaging Always keep you printer cartridges in the packaging that they came in prior to installing them into your printer. Store inkjet cartridges away from sunlight (this applies to all printer cartridges) Sunlight will dramatically raise the temperature of the cartridge and the ink inside it causing it to dry-out. Sunlight may also damage the printer cartridges packaging. Keep inkjet cartridges at room temperature in a dark and dry place Ensure inkjet cartridges are stored at room temperature to prevent them from drying and away from moisture which may penetrate the cartridge's packaging. A store room, cupboard or wardrobe is normally perfect. Store inkjet cartridges (especially colour cartridges) in the upright position It's very important to store your inkjet cartridge in an upright position as when left on their side the link can move away from the print head (drying it out) or in the case of colour inkjet cartridges the colours may run together spoiling the cartridge. Never leave inkjet cartridges in your car for long periods A car is like a small hot house which can quickly become a sauna when parked in the sun. For this reason it is important to never leave you printer cartridges in the car. As soon as you get home or to the office, store your inkjet cartridges in a cool, dry place. Use you inkjet cartridges within 2 years Ideally you should use your inkjet cartridges as soon as possible after you purchase them. However, if you store them carefully and correctly you should have trouble free operation of your printer cartridge up to 2 years after your purchase. Don't forget that you need to use the cartridge within 2 years, so if it take you 3 months to use up a printer cartridge you should install a minimum 21 months after you purchased it. Finally, make sure that you stock-up on your inkjet cartridges from cartridges.com.au to ensure you are getting the best deal! This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Laser Storage

    How to Store Laser Toner Cartridges Why it's important to properly store your laser toner Laser toner cartridges are expensive pieces of delicate equipment. When stored properly laser toner can have a shelf life of up to 2 years; meaning you can stock up on laser toner for your printer, copier or fax machine when its cheap. However, the delicate toner inside the toner cartridge and the drum mechanism itself can become easily damaged if not stored correctly. The shelf life of properly stored laser toner cartridge Laser toner manufacturers typically design and package their cartridges to last for 2 years when stored correctly. The packaging of a printer cartridge is an essential component in maintaining the cartridge over time, important elements of this packaging includes: a plastic pull tab to prevent the toner from spilling out of the printer cartridge the laser toner cartridge is vacuum sealed in an anti-static plastic bag It's very critical storing toner cartridges that the manufacturer's packaging is left intact in order to prevent air and humidity from entering the printer cartridge. How to properly store a laser toner cartridge The following tips will also help to maximise the life of your toner cartridge: Keep laser toner cartridges in their packaging Always keep you laser printer cartridges in the packaging that they came in prior to installing them into your printer, copier or fax machine. Store laser toner cartridges away from sunlight (this applies to all printer cartridges) Sunlight will dramatically raise the temperature of the cartridge and the delicate toner and drum mechanism can be easily damaged by heat. Sunlight may also damage the cartridge's packaging. Keep laser toner cartridges at room temperature in a dark and dry place Ensure toner cartridges are stored at room temperature and away from moisture which may penetrate the cartridge's packaging. A store room, cupboard or wardrobe is normally perfect. Never leave laser toner cartridge in your car for long periods A car is like a small hot house and which can quickly become a sauna when parked in the sun. For this reason it is important to never leave your printer, copier or fax machine cartridges in the car. Store your laser toner cartridges in a cool, dry place as soon as possible. Use you laser toner cartridges within 2 yearsIdeally you should use your laser toner cartridges as soon as possible after you purchase them. However, if you store them carefully and correctly you should have trouble free operation of your printer, copier or fax machine cartridge for up to 2 years after your purchase. Don't forget that you need to use the cartridge within 2 years, so if it takes you 3 months to use up a toner cartridge you should install it a minimum 21 months after you purchased it. Finally, make sure that you stock-up on your laser toner cartridges fromcartridges.com.au to ensure you are getting the best deal! This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Quality Problems

    Guide to Image Quality Problems To obtain the highest image quality, it's important to properly maintain and care for you inkjet or laser printer. The knowledgeable staff Cartridges.com.au have compiled answers to common image quality concerns below. As always, read your printer instructions carefully and refer persistent issues to your printer or cartridge manufacturer. Image quality issues with printers (inkjet, bubble jet, laser) Problem: Black streaks Solution: Black streaks are a common problem in printers and can be easily fixed within minutes. To check the printer: Remove the cartridge, drum, or toner unit from your printer. If there seems to be a build-up in toner or ink this could be the cause of the black streaks.You should run your printer's head cleaning program 2 or 3 times to remove this build-up Check the fuser assembly (located close to the paper tray) or your transfer roller or belt. If it the roller or belt appears to be worn or has black marks, this could be the cause of the black streaks and will need to be replaced. Contact your manufacturer or see a qualified printer technician. Check the corona wire. The corona wire is an electrically charged metal wire that that draws toner off the drum onto the paper in a laser photocopier, printer or fax machine. This wire should generally be cleaned when the toner cartridge is replaced. Check your printer's manual for instructions. Problem: White streaks, voids, or vertical lines Solution: This is commonly caused by the ink or toner cartridge running very low. The sensors on your cartridges or toner may not have detected low ink. Alternatively, the toner sealing tag on your cartridge may not have been removed. You should check the toner or ink cartridge levels and sealing tag. Replace the cartridge if necessary. Problem: Faded text or images, missing colours Solution: Faded black text or missing colours from photos / images are often caused by a lack if ink (black, cyan, magenta or yellow). Check each cartridge or toner to ensure you have sufficient ink and replace any low or empty cartridges. Run a self cleaning progam to ensure the print heads are clean and then print a test images. Checkout the test images located at cartridges.com.au located in the footer section. Image quality issues with photocopiers Problem: Black spots or marks on the page and commonly in the same place Solution: If you photocopier consistently produces black marks, smudges or spots in the same place on the page, this is usually caused by marks or debris on the glass panel. Closely examine the glass panel and gently clean it in accordance with your photocopier's instructions Problem: White streaks, voids, or vertical lines Solution: This is commonly caused by the ink or toner cartridge running very low. The sensors on your toner cartridge may not have detected low ink. Alternatively, the toner sealing tag on your tonert cartridge may not have been removed. You should check the toner or ink cartridge levels and sealing tag. Replace the cartridge if necessary. In addition, the corona wire in your printer may need to be cleaned. The corona wire is an electrically charged metal wire that that draws toner off the drum onto the paper in a laser photocopier, printer or fax machine. This wire should generally be cleaned when the toner cartridge is replaced. Check your photocopier's manual for instructions. Problem: Smudges vertical, horizontal or ghosting Solution: Black streaks are a common problem in photocopiers and can be easily fixed within minutes. To check the photocopier: Remove the toner cartridge unit from your photocopier. If there seems to be a build-up in toner this could be the cause of the black streaks. You should clean the toner cartridge or replace the toner (check your photocopier's instruction manual). Check the fuser assembly (located close to the paper tray) or your transfer roller or belt. If it the roller or belt appears to be worn or has black marks, this could be the cause of the black streaks and will need to be replaced. Contact your photocopier's manufacturer or see a qualified photocopier technician. Check the corona wire. The corona wire is an electrically charged metal wire that that draws toner off the drum onto the paper in a laser photocopier or printer. This wire should generally be cleaned when the toner cartridge is replaced. Check your photocopier's manual for instructions. Image quality issues with fax machines Problem: The recipient gets black vertical lines when receiving your fax Solution: Your scanning glass may be dirty or contain debris. Gently clean the glass according to your fax machine's instructions. Re-send your fax to check whether the problem has been resolved. Problem: Black streaks Solution: Black streaks are a common problem in fax machines and can be easily fixed within minutes. To check the fax machine: Remove the cartridge, drum, or toner unit from your fax machine. If there seems to be a build-up in toner or ink this could be the cause of the black streaks.You should clean the toner cartridge or replace the toner (check your fax machine's instruction manual). Check the fuser assembly (located close to the paper tray) or your transfer roller or belt. If it the roller or belt appears to be worn or has black marks, this could be the cause of the black streaks and will need to be replaced. Contact your manufacturer or see a qualified fax machine technician. Check the corona wire. The corona wire is an electrically charged metal wire that that draws toner off the drum onto the paper in a laser photocopier, printer or fax machine. This wire should generally be cleaned when the toner cartridge is replaced. Check your fax machines's manual for instructions. Problem: White streaks, voids, or vertical lines Solution: This is commonly caused by the ink or toner cartridge running very low. The sensors on your toner cartridge may not have detected low ink. Alternatively, the toner sealing tag on your tonert cartridge may not have been removed. You should check the toner or ink cartridge levels and sealing tag. Replace the cartridge if necessary. In addition, the corona wire in your printer may need to be cleaned. The corona wire is an electrically charged metal wire that that draws toner off the drum onto the paper in a laser photocopier, printer or fax machine. This wire should generally be cleaned when the toner cartridge is replaced. Check your fax machines's manual for instructions. Problem: My picture prints are not sharp and the colours have bled. Answer: Answer: In order to print high quality pictures it's important to use the correct paper and in most cases this is high quality specialised paper. Please make sure you are printing pictures or photos on this type of paper. If you are printing standard black text in a document, ordinary inkjet or bubble jet paper may be used. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Hardware Problems

    Guide to Hardware Problems (paper jams etc.) Printer, photocopier and fax machine hardware issues can be very frustrating. Fortunately, the majority of problems can be fixed quickly with a quick review of your instruction manual and some patience. In cases which are persistent or are not fixed following a review of the manual, it is extremely important to contact the printer, photocopier or fax machine manufacturer for assistance. Problem: Paper jams Solution: Always follow your printer's instruction manual to dislodge the jam. Frequent paper jams can be caused by a wide range of factors and you should consider each of the following things when experiencing paper jams: Is the paper compatible with your printer, photocopier or fax machine? Incorrect paper (and particularly think paper) is the most common cause of printer jams Ensure the paper is compatible with your printer, photocopier or fax machine and is inserted the right way up. Is the paper damp or moisture filled? Damp paper has a tendency to stick together (i.e multiple sheets can become stuck together), or crinkle inside the printer, photocopier or fax machine. Ensure that your paper remains dry whilst inside the printer storage trays and that the storage location of your printing paper is moisture free, Ensure no loose or torn paper has remained in the machine from previous paper jamsWhen removing a paper jam is is very important to collect of the loose and torn pieces of paper from the printer, photocopier or fax machine. If this material is not removed properly it is very likely to cause further printer jams. Ensure pages are not partly inside the try following a paper jam Paper remaining partly inside the paper tray and consequently not feeding into the machine are a common cause of paper jams. Worn rollers can prevent paper from lifting from the paper tray which then causes the printer, photocopier or fax machine to jam. Check your machines instruction manual for cleaning or replacement options, usually rollers can be cleaned with a soft damp cloth - ensure the machine's power is off and remove the power cord. In addition, fanning the paper prior to inserting it into the paper tray can also help rollers to lift paper from the tray. Problem: Abnormal printer noises (e.g. crunching or whirring noises) Solution: Strange noises coming from your printer, photocopier or fax machine could be due to many reasons. One common cause if that the printer cartridge or toner has been incorrectly installed. You should gently remove the printer cartridge or toner cartridge and re-insert it into the machine. Should this fail to solve the problem, a gear or other part may be worn or broken, ensure you call a qualified printer technician for assistance. Problem: The printer skips or jumps Solution: If a new inkjet cartridge or laser cartridge has been installed and the printer then starts to skip or jump the cartridge's wiper blade is likely jammed. Install a new printer cartridge and print a test page. Should the printer, photocopier or fax machine continue to skip and jump, the gears may be worn or broken and the printer should be examined by a qualified technician. Problem: Printing problems or paper jams following printing on labels Solution: Printing on labels are a common cause of printing problems and printer jams. Often a label can peel off whilst printing and become stuck inside the machine. In order to prevent this, ensure that you closely examine labels prior to inserting them into the machine to ensure that are flat and no sticky edges are exposed. Should a label become stuck inside the printer, photocopier or fax machine carefully try to remove it. If the label cannot be totally removed you should call a qualified printer technician for assistance. Problem: My printer cartridge is installed, but nothing is not printing Answer: Your cartridge may not print for a range of reasons, please follow the following steps: Remove the sealing / print head label: Many cartridges have a plastic film over the print head to prevent it drying out and / or a label at the top of the cartridge to allow air to flow inside. These labels must be removed in order for the printer cartridge to print correctly, please follow the instructions for your specific printer cartridge. Print head is blocked, dry or worn: Depending on the age of your printer cartridge, the print head pay be dry, blocked or worn. You should perform your printer's self-cleaning (see your printer's instruction manual) process at least three times and then retry printing. If your cartridge is still not printing, it may need to be replace. The cartridge is not properly installed: A cartridge must be fully installed into its position within the printer in order for it to operate, this is especially important for cartridges that contain a computer chip. To ensure the cartridge is properly installed, remove it fully and reinstall it. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Buying a Printer

    Five things to consider when buying a printer There are many printers available on the market and choosing one can be a very daunting experience. However, cartridges.com.au has simplified the purchasing process for with the following 5 important point to consider before your purchase your new printer. 1. Printing cost Don't be fooled by cheap printers! In the long term, majority of cheap printers ends up costing more than the high quality branded printers. Cheap printers generally require very expensive (even with the great deals at cartridges.com.au!) laser toner or ink cartridges; this is the way that manufacturers make their money! To avoid paying a huge amount on printer cartridges, look closely at the page yield when buying a printer. The page yield is an estimate on the number of pages that the toner cartridges or ink cartridge will produce before running out of toner or ink. The average yield is 5% per page for a text page. This will help determine the average cost per page and whether the printer is worth buying. 2. Connectivity There are four options to connect a printer to your computer or other device (e.g. tablet computer), plus a couple of optional extras: USB (or 'universal serial bus') Network/Ethernet Wireless (either via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection) Internet enable remote connection Optional extra - memory card reader The majority of printers have USB or Network/Ethernet. Wireless connections are becoming much more common, however, they are generally more expensive to purchase. Internet enabled remote connection is a new technology and allows you to print from any internet enable device from anywhere in the world, very cool technology! USB Printers USB is the common printer that you see in majority if homes and small businesses. USB printers need a USB cord, the cord is connected to your computer and your printer. While you can share the printer with additional computers, USB printers can generally only be plugged into one computer at a time. Consequenty, USB connection is generally the least flexible connection option when choosing a printer. Network/ Ethernet Network/Ethernet are mainly used in an office as there a multiple people using the one pinterr. The Ethernet cable is connected to the main network, therefore, any computer on the network has access to the printer. Network/Ethernet equipped printers are more flexible than USB connected printers, however they still require a cable connection for people access and use the printer. Wireless Wireless printing is newer technology and may add some additional cost to the printer. Wireless connection to your printer is a great idea if you have a laptop or just don't like having cables running through your house or office. Wireless can only be used if your PC, laptop or other portable device has an inbuilt blue tooth or Wi-Fi device, these devices are commonplace in the latest devices. A wireless printer can be used in any room of the house or office and consequently is very convenient. Internet enable remote connection The latest technology involves wireless printers that are connected to your home or office network with access to the internet. These printers are then accessible from remote devices such as your notebook computer, smartphone or tablet and you can print on the go from anywhere in the world. Generally manufacturers provide free apps (both iPhone / iPad and Android) that allow you to connect with your printer simply and easily, examples include Cannon Cloud Link, HP and Google Cloud Print, Apple AirPrint etc. This technology is great for busy people who spend a lot of time using their mobile devices. Optional extra memory card reader Some printers now come with a range of different sized memory card readers slots and even space for a USB thumb drive. These options allow you to take photos you have taken on your camera and saved to a memory card and print directly from the memory card without transferring the files to your printer. This is a fantastic option to have if you regularly print photos. Just makes sure that the card reader on your printer accepts the memory cards from your camera or other device (TIP: be careful with Sony products as they use proprietary memory cards, not the SD standard cards) 3. Print Quality Printer technology has enhanced over the past few years. There are many printers on the market that can print photo quality pictures. Print quality is measured on DPI which stands for 'Dots Per Inch'. The DPI indicates the resolution that a picture will print at and the more DPI, the better the resolution and sharper the images. Most printers that print at photo quality print approximately 1,200dpi. When considering DPI it's important to remember that you don't need photo quality resolution when printing documents. This is a waste of ink and consequently money. Carefully consider what you intend to print with your printer before opting for a printer with photo quality printing, it may be a waste of money. For a general document with some basic graphics 300 dpi is adequate. If the document is for presentation purposes 600 dpi will provide a better result. General photo prints are look excellent at 1,200 dpi and professional photographers will look for 2,000+ Finally, always remember to use the correct paper when printing high quality prints. For inkjet printers specialized photo paper is required to achieve the best result as normal paper will result in ink bleed and the prints will not look sharp. Laser printers are a little less demanding in the print paper used, however you should always check with the manufacturer. 4. Speed Printer speed is very important to consider which printer to buy. Printer speed is generally measured by the number of prints produced per minute. This can range from 10-100 pages per minute. A new standard of measurement for printer speed that has recently emerged is 'IPM' or inches per minute which gives a slightly more real world analysis of how fast a printer can print. Keep in mind that the speed quoted by manufacturers is generally the speed using the "draft" or "grey scale" printing mode. This is fine if you mainly want to print black and white documents; however the prints per minute will be a great deal less when printing in colour. You should carefully consider what type of printing you are planning to do before considering the best speed for your printer. In addition, different printing technologies will affect the speed of your printing, ink cartridge based printers are generally slower than laser printers, however, inkjet printers are relatively cheap and often print in colour. Laser printers print faster than inkjet printers, however they cost a little more andeven more expensive if you want one that prints colours. 5. Multi-function Many printers these days not only print your work, they also have multiple functions such as an in built fax, scanner and document copying. This means fewer machines on your desk and more importantly a cheaper way to buy. Multi-function printers are becoming increasingly popular and will likely be the new standard of printers moving forward. This is a great technological leap as it brings the power and productivity gains of expensive all in one office printers to the home and small business user. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Free Printers

    Beware of Free Printer Deals – Know what you're getting yourself into! At Cartridges.com.au believe customers should make their own decisions when buying a printer. Many online cartridge companies are offering free printers , this can be either an inkjet printer or a laser printer that is offered. You may think it's a great deal but there are few things to look out for before committing yourself and potentially wasting money! Here's what to look for: What is the up-front cost? With these deals there is always an up-front cost involved. There is no such thing as anything being free. Check the fine print and find what you need to spend to get your “free” printer. Check to see how many cartridges you need to purchase up-front and how many you need to buy over the period your locked into. Term of the contract Always check the fine print before commiting yourself to anything. Many of these deals are a minimum of 12 months and you may be stuck with a printer model that is out-dated. The majority of these printers are given to the cartridge companies at next to nothing as they are excess stock that printer companies can't sell themselves. How many DPI does the printer print The majority of these free printers are out-dated and are modes that are at least 3 years old. Therefore, the specs will likely have very low DPI (dots per inch). Printer quality is measured on DPI, the standard to look for in a printer is around 1200 DPI. Printers offering 600 DPI are generally only suitable for printing text, not photos or picture quality prints. Cost per page (page yield) The printers' page yield is one of the most important factors to look for when looking at these deals. To avoid paying a huge amount on cartridges find out the number of pages the cartridges will print before running out of ink (known as the page yield). This will help you determine the average cost per page (CPP) for that printer. The lower the CPP the more money you will save per print. Usually free printer offers have very low yield cartridges and corresponding very high CPP. This is often done purposely so that the supplier makes more money by selling cartridges This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Ink and Clothes

    Cleaning Ink / Toner Off Clothes If proper care is taken when changing ink and toner cartridges, it is unlikely that any will end up on your clothes. However, occasionally accidents do happen, so here are a few tips should you find yourself with a stain on your favourite shirt or blouse. Ink Cartridge Stains Ink is soluble in water so the best bet is to apply water immediately and spot clean with a little detergent and perhaps a soft toothbrush to encourage the stain to lift. If this doesn't work however, try the following steps: Allow the stain to air-dry. Apply hair-spray or dab with a little alcohol. Sandwich the stain between two sheets of paper towel and blot from the back always making sure to blot onto a patch of clean towel at the front (or else the stain may transfer back). Continue until the stain has lifted. Launder immediately using a good quality stain remover. If the stain has already set however, you may need to loosen it first by gently scrubbing a little liquid detergent into the stain with a soft toothbrush. If this isn't working, make up a mix of one part bleach to one part water and gently apply that with the toothbrush as before. Launder immediately before the stain has a chance to dry again. Toner Cartridge Stains Only ever use COLD water with a little liquid detergent or laundry powder to attempt to remove a stain from a toner cartridge. Hot or even warm water will cause the toner to soften and bind to the surface. Once toner has fused to a surface it is generally impossible to remove except from your hands where you should be able to scrub it off with the use of an abrasive cleaner. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Going Green

    Going Green With Your Printing Many people believe that going green is an expensive process to undertake. However, there are simple ways to go green with your printing without spending a thing, in fact going green can actually save you money. This is a good way of doing your part to help the environment and reducing your carbon footprint. Recycle your paper Next time when making a printing mistake or documents that are wanted, don't throw away the paper -this can be recycled. Simply keep the paper and use the other side of the paper to print out drafts. Once you are done with both side of the paper simply add it to your recycling bin. Buy Recycled paper Think of buying recycled paper next time you need to purchase paper. Did you know that to make a tonne of paper it takes three tonnes of wood? Recycled paper may not look as crisp as white, however, you are helping the environment and the aesthetic appearance is fine for draft documents. Another alternative it to only use white paper on important documents. Go paperless Next time you think of printing your document consider whether there are other ways to distribute your document. The other alternative, is to PDF your file and distribute your document via email, flash Drive, Drop Box account, Web Server, or CD. Consider using re-writable CD's as these can be easily recycled with new content. Switch off your printer Save electricity by turning off your printer. Only turn on your printer only when you need to print. This will save energy and also prevent the printer ink from heating which may clog your printer heads. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Saving Ink

    Getting the most from your ink cartridges The realty is that you will end up spending more money on ink cartridges than on your printer. The cost of printing can be quite expensive, however, there are few tips which can extend the life of your cartridges and save you heaps of money. Just make sure that when you do have to buy new inkjet cartridges, you visit cartridges.com.au for the best deal! 1. Make sure the printer settings are correct for the printing you are performing There is no point printing super high quality prints at 1,200 dpi (dots per inch) for a draft black and white document. This will drain the ink in your cartridge and the money in your wallet! Make sure that when you print you use the correct quality settings on the printer to preserve as much of the inkjet cartridge as possible. 2. Format the document to save ink If you are printing a document for yourself such as recipes, product information, personal document etc, consider doing the following to maximize you inkjet cartridge: Use a smaller font size. The smaller the font the less ink that the printer will use. Before printing remove all bold text If you are printing from the web, remove all unnecessary images and spaces. This will save not only on ink but also paper Set your printer to either “grey scale” or “draft mode”. When you need to print your final copy change the settings to a higher quality print. 3. Perform regular Prints This might seem strange, but because printer ink cartridges are prone to drying out when they are not used, regular use will actually prolong the life of you ink cartridge. In fact, the most common problem that we see with ink cartridges is dried ink leading to clogged nozzles which then requires the printer cartridge to be replaced. To prevent the ink cartridge from drying, just use your printer once a week and this will ensure that your cartridges goes the distance. 4. Save Electricity Save electricity by turning off your printer. Only turn on your printer only when you need to print. This will saves energy and also prevent the printer ink from heating which may clog your printer heads. Buy compatible Some people incorrectly believe that compatible cartridges are of lesser quality than the generic brands or alternatively they produce less prints. These are all myths! In fact high quality compatible cartridges such as Print-Rite brand produce the same quality prints as their counterparts. If you are thinking about buying compatible ink ensure that you do buy from a trusted website that offers a quality guarantee on their compatibles. After exhaustive product testing over many years, Cartridges.com.au has chosen to partner with Print-Rite Brand Alternative Cartridges as it's exclusive supplier of alternative or ‘compatible' printer cartridges. Print-Rite is the worlds largest manufacturer of alternative printer cartridges and all Print-Rite cartridges are backed by: the cartridges.com.au 1 Year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee; and Print-Rite direct from manufacturer 100% 12 month guarantee Cleaning CycleRunning a cleaning cycle on a regular basis ensures that prints come out streak free. Most people change their cartridges once they see the printer producing the white streak lines believing that the cartridge has run out of ink. The white streaks are usually caused by dirty printer cartridge heads and it just needs a clean. To clean your printer heads go to your printer menu and select either “clean printer heads” or “clean printer cartridges”. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Printer Cleaning

    Cleaning your printer, photocopier or fax machine Cleaning your printer from time to time is an effective way to maintain print quality, get the best from your printer cartridges or toner and prolong the life of the printer. Step 1: Refer to your printer, fax machine or photocopier's manual The first step is always to consult the manufacturer's manual. This will highlight the “do's” and, more importantly, the “don'ts” of taking care of your printer. If you can't locate the manual, go to the manufacturer's website for information. Step 2: Turn your printer, fax machine or photocopier off and unplug it To cleaning the exterior, simply moisten a lint-free cloth with either distilled water or a mix of one-part vinegar and one-part water and wring out any excess. Carefully wipe over the exterior. If you prefer to use a spray cleaner make sure it is safe for plastics and electronics and spray onto the cloth NOT directly onto the printer, faxmachine or photocopier. To the clean the interior, follow these steps for your device: Laser printers Remove paper trays. Remove toner cartridge and place on paper towel. Cover with a dry, lint-free cloth to protect from the light. If you have a printer brush, clean the mirror with it. If not, leave the mirror alone. Wipe away dust, toner residue and paper fragments with your cloth or brush. Wipe the rollers but do not touch the sponge roller. Inkjet printers Run through the self-cleaning process on the control panel. If this does not seem sufficient, continue with the following steps. Use a cleaning cartridge to flush clogged printer nozzles Use a computer vacuum to remove debris from printer rollers Warning: DO NOT USE compressed air as the propellant may leave moisture on the inside of your printer. Photocopiers Remove paper trays. Remove laser toner cartridge and place on paper towel. Cover the toner cartridge with a dry, lint-free cloth to protect it from light. If you have a printer brush, clean the mirror with it. If not, leave the mirror alone. Wipe away dust, toner residue and paper fragments with your cloth or brush. Wipe the flat glass panel with a soft cloth Wipe the rollers but do not touch the sponge roller. Fax machine Remove paper trays. Remove printer cartridge / ink cartridge / toner cartridge and place on a paper towel. If you fax machine uses laser toner cartridge, cover the cartridge with a dry, lint-free cloth to protect from it from light. Wipe away dust, toner residue and paper fragments with your cloth or brush. Refer to your instruction manual and run the self clean program for your printer cartridge / ink cartridge / toner cartridge. The self clean of the printer cartridge will clean the cartridge heads of dried ink Wipe the rollers but do not touch the sponge roller. Obtain a scanner head cleaning sheet. This sheet can be run through the machine to clean the scanning head. This can be obtained from a specialty store. This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>
  • Healthy Cartridges

    Maintaining Healthy Inkjet Cartridges The most common problem faced in inkjet printers is the ink drying. When ink dries it causes the nozzles in your cartridges to clog. The printer will attempt to clean a clogged nozzle, however, this requires a substantial amount of ink. Therefore, the cartridge produces fewer amounts of prints than initially anticipated. This article explains how to keep your inkjet cartridges healthy once they are installed in your printer. Why do ink cartridges dry up? The most common reasons for inkjet cartridges to dry-up are: Your ink cartridge has passed its expiration date When installing a new inkjet cartridge in your printer, ensure that you check the expiration date of the cartridge. If you have just purchased the ink cartridge from a retail store there could be a chance that your cartridge may be expired. Many retail stores leave their ink cartridges sitting on the shelves for quite awhile and are also constantly exposed to the long hours of light. The problem with old ink is that its start dries up regardless of whether they are unopened. At Cartridges.com.au we ensure that all cartridges are guaranteed to be quality assured and as such they carry a full 2 year warranty. Irregular use of printers Once the inkjet cartridges has been installed in your printer the cartridge and the ink inside it is exposed to air. Long period of air exposure can cause the ink to dry which may cause the nozzles in your cartridges to clog. The printer will attempt to clear out the clogged ink on the nozzle by performing a print head clean, however, this requires a substantial amount of ink. If you experience persistent clogging of your inkjet cartridge it is best to purchase a new cartridge and save yourself the headache of poor quality prints. Cartridges.com.au carry a huge range of original and compatible Print-Rite brand inkjet cartridges for you to choose from. Ink Refills Although ink cartridge refills may appear to save costs, the procedure often results cartridges that don't produce consistent quality prints and occasionally lead to leaking of ink inside your printer. Moreover, when an injet cartridge is re-filled with ink, small cavities are made in the cartridge which exposes the ink to more air; this reduces the life of your cartridge and results in fewer prints. At cartridges.com.au we believe that ink refill kits are waste of time and money, therefore, we don't sell them. We only sell products that we know that our customers will be satisfied and happy with. These include Print-Rite brand compatibles and genuine OEM printer cartridges from all of the major manufacturers. Fixing dried ink cartridges Although your cartridges are clogged with dry ink there generally still some usable ink that is available. Here are a few tips which can help you get the most out of your dried cartridge. Maintenance check / print nozzle cleaning program Although this procedure is the most common process to undertake, you also need to realize that it uses a substantial amount of ink and hence is the most expensive method of refreshing yuor inkjet cartridges. Please refer to your printer's instructions to perform the self clean / nozzle clean function for your inkjet cartridges. Printer cleaning kits Another way to remove the clogged ink from your printer is to purchase a cleaning kit. The cleaning fluid removes any dry ink by dissolving the ink residue. Ensure that you follow the instruction before performing the clean. In Future... To prevent future inkjet cartridges problems ensure that You regularly print both black and white, and colour prints from your printer - at the very least every two weeks. Always check the expiration date of you inkjet cartridges before installing them into your printer. Run the print nozzle clean function regularly to ensure print heads are clear in your inkjet cartridge. Purchase your inkjet cartridges from cartridges.com.au for guaranteed quality each and every time.   This article is copyright protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Cartridges.com.au Pty Ltd
    more >>