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my printer use hp 60 and i bought 61 can i use it?

I bought the wrong ink for printer, I've been using hp 60 and bought 61, I bought three combo pack and I need t know can I use this instead. I cannot open them to find out because I won't be able to take them back.

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Re: my printer use hp 60 and i bought 61 can i use it?

Please read this post then provide some details.  What printer model? What country?

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Deskjet D2600 u.s
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Re: my printer use hp 60 and i bought 61 can i use it?

All the documentation I see indicates only the 60 or 60XL cartridges will work in this model.

 

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Re: my printer use hp 60 and i bought 61 can i use it?

I have a HP Envy 4502. Will 60 ink work on this printer that says to use 61? I had to replace my old HP printer that died, and I have a bunch of leftover 60 ink. Thanks!

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bjwatson wrote:

I have a HP Envy 4502. Will 60 ink work on this printer that says to use 61? I had to replace my old HP printer that died, and I have a bunch of leftover 60 ink. Thanks!


The Envy 4502 uses the 61 or 61xl cartrdiges, the 60 will not be compatible.

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Re: my printer use hp 60 and i bought 61 can i use it?

Thank you for your answer. Because the Envy printer requires 61 ink, and the 60 I have are not compatable, is there some sort of HP-sponsored return program for people who had to purchase new printers? 

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Re: my printer use hp 60 and i bought 61 can i use it?

If the cartridges are original HP, in unopened boxes and within their warranty period I would suggest you contact HP and ask about the options for an exchange.  If you are in the US call 1-800-HPINVENt, elsewhere see the contact information here.  

 

I do not know if there is still a program for cartridge exchange, it has been years since I heard of this.

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Thank you so much for your help. It is very much appreciated.

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