Did you know that by turning off the power to your printer at the wall it is actually costing you money? Electricity costs have soared in the past few years and we are all trying to save money however sometimes if were not careful it can backfire on us.
Inkjet Printers are such a handy item to have around the home or office, that is untill they start to play up. The following tips will help you to keep your inkjet printer in tip top shape !
Is your Canon printer giving you the dreaded "Wrong Cartridge" error message when you try to print? This is not an Ink Cartridge issue but is caused by the actual print head itself. It is a known problem with many of the older Canon printers such as the MP780 and the MP730 models.
The dreaded B200 Error on your Canon Printer usually indicates that the print head has died! Before you go trashing the printer or buying a new one try some of the following suggestions.
Unlike many modern Inkjet Printers which use the "Piezo" print head the Bubble Jet is far superior. It uses no moving parts, It is much less likely to clog and most Canon printers have a removable print head for easy maintenance.
With the rising costs of daily living consumers are looking for ways to cut costs in every way possible. We need to apply these same rules to our printing as there are ways to save significant amounts of your hard earned cash!
Our new Brother LC137XL and 135XL Compatibles represent a huge saving compared to the genuine cartridges. Another advantage is they contain more ink and are guaranteed to perform EXACTLY the same as the genuine cartridges or you get your money refunded.
Canon PGI 650XL and CLI 651XL Compatible Ink Cartridges for the new range of Canon Printers have now arrived. These retail for less than half the price of the genuine Canon cartridges and they also contain more ink !
At Ink Hub we get calls regularly from people who have purchased products online from other sites and the cartridges either don't work, they are out of date, they leak or clog the print head. Be warned that if the cartridges are dirt cheap usually you will find they are from a company with no phone number, no physical address and a guarantee which is worthless.