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Mike7275
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Expired HP design jet T7100 and T1300 cartridges

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Designjet 7100 and T1300
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (64-bit)

How do I get a genuine HP designjet T7100 and T1300 to buy as what have now, when installed in the designjet , the designjetsys report of expired cartridges

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The plotter should still work with the expired ink. The notification is just for information purposes. If you want to replace just do a google search for the part number for each ink cartridge and in the listing that comes up will be many sources including hp.com where you can purchase.

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The plotter should still work with the expired ink. The notification is just for information purposes. If you want to replace just do a google search for the part number for each ink cartridge and in the listing that comes up will be many sources including hp.com where you can purchase.

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Thanks for your assistance but I just want to find out if the HP cartridges expires so that I can educate our staffs since there are so much perception out there about expires of HP cartridges.

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