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Common problems for INSTANT INK, HP+ PLANS: INK AND TONER
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How many prints on one black patron

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We have a customer that complain about the amount of printing on one black ink patron.
 
He have printet about 50 sheets and the black patron is already empty. Can that be right?
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It is possible if he had printer photos. Page yield for setup ( the one that came with the new printer in the box) is 200 pages at 5% coverage.

 

The higher the coverage is the lower page count can be printed. For example, if you print photos with 50% coverage you can print 20 pages to empty black ink cartridge.




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50 sheets

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The customer explain that he have only printet 50 sheets, with text only

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The printer is from 2.5.19.  and in all he have used 4 ink cartridge fore about 100 sheets, on 1 cartridge it can printe 200 sheets, reference the hp home oage. There have being used original ink. hp number 303, black and color

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Hi have you seen my latest reply

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