"WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A NEW CARTRIDGE AND A REMANUFACTURED CARTRIDGE??"
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HP 932XL 933XL Black Colors Ink Cartridge Pack of 5 (Remanufactured)
- Brand: HP
- Compatible models: HP Officejet 6100 Photo Printer, Officejet 6600, Officejet 6700 Premium Officejet 6100 Photo Printer
- Color: Black, magenta, cyan, yellow
- Print yield: Black 1000 Colors 600 pages at 5-percent coverage
- Model: HP932XL(2B)-HP933XL(CYM)
- Pack of 5
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|Country of Origin||China|
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I thought I would save money and get these cheaper ink cartridges for my HP printer. I just ran out of the HP ink the printer came with when I bought it. and I had no idea how sorry I would be for not spending the extra $25 to buy real HP ink. The very first day I installed them I noticed my printer was making loud clicking sounds and printing a blurred and watered down mess, I didn't think it could be the ink, how could ink cause this much damage. I continued to use the ink in my new printer and it only got worse.. If the printer sat for any length of time (a day) without use the quality of the printing declined 100%. I had to run through an entire maintenance process, clean the print heads and align them every time before I could print anything, and most of the time I had to run 3 or more copied before I got a legible page. I am not exaggerating at all either. I printed an article one day and forgot all about it. Later I went back and saw a piece of paper in the tray with one black smudge mark through the center and a large black blot at the top. I couldn't tell what it was until I remembered the article I printed earlier. It was not recognizable. Not even one letter could be distinguished as a letter on the page. Every time I used the printer I got more and more frustrated,,,, and I thought it was the printer that was failing, not the ink . After a month I had enough and I called HP for warranty service. I explained the noises and that I couldnt print a legible page or photo that was anything more than a page of black and yellow smudges. Once I mentioned "generic" ink they told me to call back after I replaced the generic with a quality HP ink. They had seen it before and if they did work on it now the tests and troubleshooting could cause permanent damage to the printer (if it wasn't already ruined). So I ordered the HP ink and installed them 3 days ago. Amazingly after printing a bout 4 to 5 pages just to clear the lumpy ink out of the print heads my print was clear and bright again. It was unbelievable to me to see how much difference it made. I am so glad I didn't permanently damage the printer. I don't need to call HP for warranty service anymore, the ink was the issue all along. Once it was changed the grinding and clicking stopped and every page I print is perfect! I still have 1 full cartridge of black " ink" and 4 other half empty cartridges that I am going to just throw away. They are no good to anyone and I will never put that stuff in my printer again, even if I need a spare cartridge down the road, I wouldn't think of using these! And I see they don't allow refunds on their product either.Hmmm, they don't want it back and I see why they don't. I learned the hard way... please don't make the same mistake I did. If you don't believe me take these partially empty ones... on second thought I don't want to be responsible for the damage to your printer :) I Hope this review helped.Read More
I didn't realize that this product wasn't re-manufactured by HP. With that aside, the savings are useless. Every page prints with large blotches of ink, or completely blurred. It's as if I'm using an old ink cartridge. This is certainly one of the worse purchases I have ever made.Read More
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Questions & Answers
Thank you for your interest. "A remanufactured cartridge is made up of a used OEM (original equipment manufacturer) cartridge that undergoes several processes for recycling, refilling, and selling. It is manufactured by a third party printer supply maker who would normally use a similar type of production process to that of the original printer producers to maintain the quality of the cartridge. The main difference between a remanufactured printer cartridge and an original printer ink that third party manufacturers would normally state is the price. Making a remanufactured ink cartridge involves the thorough inspection of used original cartridges. This is done to ensure the quality and standard of the container avoiding leaks and printer problems. When there are materials that did not pass the examination stage, these are gathered and recycled for different use. After checking each part of the printer cartridge, several processes are still made before a remanufactured printer ink is made available for selling.The next step would involve the cleaning and preparation of each cartridge for the digital filling of inks.Then, the ink cartridge is properly sealed to avoid spills or stains.A testing part is also done to check on the quality of the ink cartridge avoiding poor printouts. After this, the printer supply is properly packaged for the quality control stage and the selling to customers." Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
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