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are there any current HP Printers that use the HP 02 print cartridges? Old C6180 Printer going bad.

are there any current HP Printers that use the HP 02 print cartridges? Old Photosmart C6180 Printer going bad and have lots of cartridges.

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Re: are there any current HP Printers that use the HP 02 print cartridges? Old C6180 Printer going b

The HP Pageyield Site lists the following printers as compatible with the 02 cartridges:

 

 

I do not beleive there are any models currently offered that use the 02 cartridge.

 

I have heard that HP has (had?) a trade-in program for unopened, unexpired cartridges.  See this post for a suggestion.

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Where can I find a printer to buy now that will use all the 02 ink I have? Since my hp c5180 just stopped working!! Now happy at all.

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That is the question I wish to ask. I have just found out that my C7180 has an inbuilt print head and cannot be fixed. I have a load of 02 cartridges also.

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sheila108 wrote:

That is the question I wish to ask. I have just found out that my C7180 has an inbuilt print head and cannot be fixed. I have a load of 02 cartridges also.


See my response marked as a solution in this thread.  

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Re: are there any current HP Printers that use the HP 02 print cartridges? Old C6180 Printer going b


Bob_Headrick wrote:

The HP Pageyield Site lists the following printers as compatible with the 02 cartridges:

 

 

I do not beleive there are any models currently offered that use the 02 cartridge.

 

I have heard that HP has (had?) a trade-in program for unopened, unexpired cartridges.  See this post for a suggestion.


Thank you for your reply.  I found out late yesterday that here in Australia, HP don't have a trade in for unexpired cartridges.

I bought a new printer today 6600e all in one. I hope I am happy with as I was with my lovely, and will be missed C7180:-)  I also found a Cartridge shop that will take my 02 cartridges and swap them for the 6600 cartridges.

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are there any current HP Printers that use the HP 02 print cartridges?

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martlit wrote:

are there any current HP Printers that use the HP 02 print cartridges?


See my response marked as a solution in this thread.  

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