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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 24 June 2014
I have used many of these cartridges now, and usually its very straight forward. But occasionally some of the cartridges are not recognised by my printer (WP-4535). After one particularly problematic cartridge and 20 attempts to get the printer to recognise it, I figured out the problem. Basically, the chip is not quite high enough to reach the printer contacts correctly. This not only makes it fail to recognise the cartridge, it can upset the printer so it sees no cartridges. The solution is trivial - get a bit of paper and fold it up so you have about 6 layers and put it under the cartridge to lift it very slightly. It doesn't need jamming to the top - just lifting 1mm or so.
Note that any of the cartridges could cause a problem for a different cartridge, so if you are having problems, first re-insert all the cartridges, and if that doesn't work, then lift all the cartridges slightly with paper.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 14 March 2014
I have used these since I bought the WP-4035. I still have my original inks, which I have kept if ever I need service from Epson.
Otherwise the quality is excellent and the inks are a fraction of the Epson product. After about three months, I had issues with changing my yellow ink, and the
machine not recognising the "chip" on the cartridge. The supplier was very helpful, and sent me 3 replacements to try, which I received the following day. Perhaps it was just my experience, but I had a range of different generations of chips on different cartridges and they didn't seem to be compatible. The earlier chips with the "circles" at their rear, could, with a bent wire paperclip, be "reset", by shorting across the "circles", this "refilled" the cartridge, and I have now, keep the same chips, which I remove from the empty cartridge, and click into place on the new cartridge. ( just takes a few seconds) and "reset" them. . .
As I said, it may just be my machine. But I have never bought original inks in over 20 years of Epson printing, and at their prices, I never will. These are good, I shall certainly buy many more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 10 July 2014
These cartridges are slightly smaller than the genuine versions, which means that the chip sometimes doesn't make electrical contact with the printer and you get an error message that the cartridge isn't installed correctly. I solved this with a piece of folded paper under the cartridge (which I thought very clever until I noticed Jez had come up with the idea already), but it seems strange that the manufacturer can't get the dimensions or tolerances of the cartridges right. The fact that some cartridges work and some don't suggest this is a tolerance issue.

Once they are working, the cartridges are fine, and very good value.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 15 August 2013
Two of the colour cartridges were recognised by the printer and work (WP4535) so i suppose was worth the price for those - but when my genuine Epsom black cartridge ran out I slotted in the supplied E7011 compatible and surprise surprise - is not recognised by the printer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 23 February 2013
So far the compatible cartridges have been accepted by my Epson printer and the quality is the same if not a slight better than the original Epson inks that came with the new machine.
Will use these cartridges on my next order.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 17 July 2014
Like other reviewers I found the Black cartridge was not accepted by the printer. Because I was out of my 90 days return time, I took the case off to find there was no electronics at all. The top connectors were there for decoration, so it was never going to work!
I have now bought a compatible T7011 from Prestige Cartridges which works perfectly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 14 May 2013
Fantastic! Used the inks a few times now in my WP-4535 printer and they have worked perfect. Am re-ordering these again today as a result.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 28 April 2014
Note: I have an Epson Workforce WP-4535. They worked fine for about 3-4 months and then the magenta failed. It started giving me the warning 'Cartridge installed incorrectly,' but it couldn't be corrected. So, assuming the cartridge was to blame, I substituted one, then another, new Epson cartridge, only to find that now the printer won't recognise any of the four (1 Epson and 3 compatibles). The cartridge appears to be leaking so, that may be the explanation, but I'm now not sure that either of the Epsons are any good either. Epson said the only way to find the issue is to buy another set of cartridges - yippee.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 10 October 2013
Do not buy these cartridges in any circumstances! They cannot be used to replace the Epson cartridges individually but all have to be changed at the same time. Even then the not recognised error keeps coming up on the printer. The suppliers were exceedingly unhelpful suggesting I try switching the printer off, going for a cup of tea and trying again. When I tried to contact them again they ignored my emails. Buy the genuine cartridges.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 9 August 2013
Three cartridges worked fine no problem, The other came up as incomparable, Reported to Amazon who would only accept all cartridges back rather than replace the defective one. I did not want to remove the other three cartidges as that would leave me without a printer also I was unwilling to order replacements due to have received a defective one in the first batch, Wrote again to Amazon stating the above and received no response.
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