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Mark_Martin
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HP designjet T1100 plotter cartridge

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Designjet T1100
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Hi,

 

... just bought "new" cartridges online for my T1100 plotter. Exp. date is 2016!!! 😞

 

Is it dangerous to use them?

 

Any help would be highly appreciated!

 

Regards!

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It's is possible that printheads will get clogged and the result will be poor print quality.

 

I am not sure will you printer model even accept expired ink cartridge, some printer models will not even work with expired ink ( to protect printheads and ink system) or you will be prompted to press OK every time expired ink message appears on the screen.

 




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If the printer will accept expired ink you might have some print quality issues when the liquid ink gets from cartridge to the printhead. 




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Thank you!

 

...will print heads get clogged or something? This is my primary concern. Print quality is not so important for CAD plots!

Expired cartridges are in original package!

 

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It's is possible that printheads will get clogged and the result will be poor print quality.

 

I am not sure will you printer model even accept expired ink cartridge, some printer models will not even work with expired ink ( to protect printheads and ink system) or you will be prompted to press OK every time expired ink message appears on the screen.

 




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Thank you!

 

...I'll throw them in garbage.....:-(

 

My printer works with expired ink cartridges...that's been already tested, but I don't want to corrupt new print heads!!!!

 

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