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I don't know. I have used this with a Lexmark printer. This does sort of worked. according to my understanding it depends on the viscosity - thickness of fluid - required by various printers. I did have a Canon printer once and the kit ink would just eventually flow through. Since my son and daughter have left colleg… see more I don't know. I have used this with a Lexmark printer. This does sort of worked. according to my understanding it depends on the viscosity - thickness of fluid - required by various printers. I did have a Canon printer once and the kit ink would just eventually flow through. Since my son and daughter have left college the amount of ink used have gone down. So I tends to buy original - even though they cost the planet earth!!! see less I don't know. I have used this with a Lexmark printer. This does sort of worked. according to my understanding it depends on the viscosity - thickness of fluid - required by various printers. I did have a Canon printer once and the kit ink would just eventually flow through. Since my son and daughter have left college the amount of ink used have gone down. So I tends to buy original - even though they cost the planet earth!!!
By P. Norton on 05 December 2013
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