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01-17-2023 09:52 AM - last edited on 01-17-2023 10:20 AM by Ric_ob
I had to buy a new HP OfficeJet Pro 9014 printer as my HP OfficeJet Pro 6960 was unable to print blue anymore and the various strategies to fix it did not work.
As soon as I replaced the old printer with the new one, however, the old one automatically refused printing since its cartridges are part of the Instant Ink Plan.
As a result, I have 4 almost new cartridges in the old printer, plus 4 more just received through the Instant Ink plan, and am forced to throw away the printer and 8 cartridges since I have a new one anyway.
Is that compatible with the green, forest-friendly and sustainable policy that HP pretends to have?
I personallty find it a shame. Why should'nt I be allowed to use the existing cartridges?
I do hope HP changes its policy - if not, many users will move to other, more responsible producers.
01-18-2023 08:48 AM
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