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What is compatible to replace HP ink cartridge 703?

I'm using HP Deskjet Ink Advantage K209a-z that was bought in Vietnam. Now I live in Hong Kong and try to find more supply for HP 703 ink cartridge.

 

I went to a few shops in Wanchai computer mall, 5-6 shops told me "it's not HK product".

 

Is there a way to buy HP 703 online or some other ink is compatible to replace it?

 

Many thanks.

Ekrist

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Re: What is compatible to replace HP ink cartridge 703?

Hey Ekrist,

 

SInce your printer was bought in a different country you need to have the printer regionalization reset to use the new regional ink cartridges. You can find your compatiable ink cartridges at HP SureSupply: https://h30042.www3.hp.com/suresupply/localize/index

 

To have the printer reset you will need to Contact HP. Before calling you will need to make sure you have a new set of cartridges and a computer handy. There should be no charge for this as it should be covered under the ink cartridge warranty. 

 

Hope this helps!

 

Sean

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Re: What is compatible to replace HP ink cartridge 703?

Hey Ekrist,

 

SInce your printer was bought in a different country you need to have the printer regionalization reset to use the new regional ink cartridges. You can find your compatiable ink cartridges at HP SureSupply: https://h30042.www3.hp.com/suresupply/localize/index

 

To have the printer reset you will need to Contact HP. Before calling you will need to make sure you have a new set of cartridges and a computer handy. There should be no charge for this as it should be covered under the ink cartridge warranty. 

 

Hope this helps!

 

Sean

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