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I recently bought a LJ 100 MFP175nw all in one. I'm getting a message that the black cart is running low. I noticed the cart in the maching now is a CE310A and has the words "introductory cartridge" on it. Some new printers are equipped with carts having a reduced toner supply. I'm wondering if the "introductory" implies that this is the case with this one. I've seen, on this forum, people having ordered replacement carts and having installation problems when trying to use them. Do I order the CE310A or something else?

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Hi,

 

Yes, please note: the number may vary from country to country, from color to color as shown:

 

   http://www8.hp.com/emea_africa/en/products/printers/product-detail.html?oid=4208026

 

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Hi,

 

All printers come with setup or introductory ink (cartridges, toner(s)). They are not full and will never full because in many cases a full-full set of inks/toners may be more expensive than its/their new printer. We only use them for setup, after that we will buy a full "version".

 

Hope this helps.

 

 

 

 

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So, if I order the CE310A, I'll get a full cartridge?

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Hi,

 

Yes, please note: the number may vary from country to country, from color to color as shown:

 

   http://www8.hp.com/emea_africa/en/products/printers/product-detail.html?oid=4208026

 

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Thanks for the information.

 

While I have your attention. (I think it's OK to hijack my own thread.)

 

I have a LJ 100 MFP M175nw all in one machine. There dosen't appear to be any way to print a single sheet at a time like a 3-12 X 5 inch envelop except for using the in-feed bin. This is very inconvenient.  Am I missing something?

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