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Only if you use the 'draft' print usage. Then you will get about 1100 pages. Keep it on the other settings and 900 will be about the limit.
D. J. King
· 28 October 2014
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Yes it is 100% genuine, we are able to sell it at that price because we remove the box which reduce postage costs. The cartridge still comes sealed in its original plastic.
PJGOODS
Seller · 26 August 2015
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It would help I knew the problem: "System Failure" could have been amplified. I have had a 6500 Plus for about a year. It has indicated that the large black cartridge was empty, when it wasn't. Then, when the cartridge was replaced, it required several cleanings to get it to operate. Apart from that it has worked well… see more It would help I knew the problem: "System Failure" could have been amplified. I have had a 6500 Plus for about a year. It has indicated that the large black cartridge was empty, when it wasn't. Then, when the cartridge was replaced, it required several cleanings to get it to operate. Apart from that it has worked well. A annoying feature of my new pc set up, with Windows 7, is that some files refuse to print via the 6500 - message "Printer not online" - when clearly it is. Fortunately I have installed a Canon printer for photos, which will print these files. Have you any feedback on this?
From the answers you have received, the problem lies with the printer and is not unique. It's supposed to be a robust model and although (in my case) PC world will replace it, it's a hassle. I suggest that HP be asked what they are doing to fix the problem see less
It would help I knew the problem: "System Failure" could have been amplified. I have had a 6500 Plus for about a year. It has indicated that the large black cartridge was empty, when it wasn't. Then, when the cartridge was replaced, it required several cleanings to get it to operate. Apart from that it has worked well. A annoying feature of my new pc set up, with Windows 7, is that some files refuse to print via the 6500 - message "Printer not online" - when clearly it is. Fortunately I have installed a Canon printer for photos, which will print these files. Have you any feedback on this?
From the answers you have received, the problem lies with the printer and is not unique. It's supposed to be a robust model and although (in my case) PC world will replace it, it's a hassle. I suggest that HP be asked what they are doing to fix the problem

mercian
· 17 May 2014
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COPIED FROM ANOTHER REVIEW, GREAT INFORMATION :)
Always Buy The HP 920XL's Never The Starter HP 920 Cartridges.....Low Yield!!
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COPIED FROM ANOTHER REVIEW, GREAT INFORMATION :)
Always Buy The HP 920XL's Never The Starter HP 920 Cartridges.....Low Yield!!

When Hp sell you a new printer (Officejet 6500) they only give you starter cartridges with it which hold a very small amount of ink in them Hp 920 black and the Hp 920 colour cartridges c/m/y (STARTER CARTRIDGES). I was using about 3 black and 2 each of the colours cartridge per month and it was costing me a small forturne. I later found out that Hp do a higher yield versions of the 920 cartridges which cost only a few pounds more but hold far more ink in them than the starter cartridges which I was using before. What you need is a HP 920XL on the black which hold 26mls of ink rather than the 10mls of ink that is in the 920 starter cartridge and on the colours what you should be using is a HP 920XL cartridges c/m/y which holds 6mls each rather than the 3mls which is in the 920 colour starter cartridges. I can even go one better, I now use a company called advantage online who stock the Hp originals 920XL's plus do a British premium compatible 920XL cartridges which hold a impressive 53mls black and 14.6mls per colour. I have used them a couple of times so far and have been quite impressed. I hope you don't fall into the Hp trap of selling a very good printer (Officejet 6500) at a very cheap price and then trying to charge you load of money for starter cartridges which are nearly empty. see less
COPIED FROM ANOTHER REVIEW, GREAT INFORMATION :)
Always Buy The HP 920XL's Never The Starter HP 920 Cartridges.....Low Yield!!

When Hp sell you a new printer (Officejet 6500) they only give you starter cartridges with it which hold a very small amount of ink in them Hp 920 black and the Hp 920 colour cartridges c/m/y (STARTER CARTRIDGES). I was using about 3 black and 2 each of the colours cartridge per month and it was costing me a small forturne. I later found out that Hp do a higher yield versions of the 920 cartridges which cost only a few pounds more but hold far more ink in them than the starter cartridges which I was using before. What you need is a HP 920XL on the black which hold 26mls of ink rather than the 10mls of ink that is in the 920 starter cartridge and on the colours what you should be using is a HP 920XL cartridges c/m/y which holds 6mls each rather than the 3mls which is in the 920 colour starter cartridges. I can even go one better, I now use a company called advantage online who stock the Hp originals 920XL's plus do a British premium compatible 920XL cartridges which hold a impressive 53mls black and 14.6mls per colour. I have used them a couple of times so far and have been quite impressed. I hope you don't fall into the Hp trap of selling a very good printer (Officejet 6500) at a very cheap price and then trying to charge you load of money for starter cartridges which are nearly empty.

Aimie
· 13 April 2018
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As previous respondents say - it says 7500A on the side of the box - they worked on my old A3 HP printer. I bought some original HP cartridges as 'stand by' ones just before I had problems with my printer and got a replacement one. This is a Canon so I can't use these cartridges. Would you be interested in purchasin… see more As previous respondents say - it says 7500A on the side of the box - they worked on my old A3 HP printer. I bought some original HP cartridges as 'stand by' ones just before I had problems with my printer and got a replacement one. This is a Canon so I can't use these cartridges. Would you be interested in purchasing these from me - a 4 pack set, and unopened individual yellow, cyan and magenta set and a large black one that I opened and used a couple of times to see whether it was the cartridge at fault or the printer. I would be willing to accept £50.00 plus postage - a significant saving on what you could get them for elsewhere. jennymynett@aol.com see less As previous respondents say - it says 7500A on the side of the box - they worked on my old A3 HP printer. I bought some original HP cartridges as 'stand by' ones just before I had problems with my printer and got a replacement one. This is a Canon so I can't use these cartridges. Would you be interested in purchasing these from me - a 4 pack set, and unopened individual yellow, cyan and magenta set and a large black one that I opened and used a couple of times to see whether it was the cartridge at fault or the printer. I would be willing to accept £50.00 plus postage - a significant saving on what you could get them for elsewhere. jennymynett@aol.com
J. Mynett
· 02 September 2014
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My printer is the hp6500a plus and I have always using 920 or 920XL I have not try 339 black an 343 tri-colour. I recalled I've checked the hp compatibility charts and 339 and 343 cartridges were not on the list for this model.
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· 05 August 2015
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Can send today, thanks
Tropical Ink
Seller · 26 August 2015
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The box of one of the ones I bought a while ago says it expires February 2015 - but that won't necessarily be the same for any new ones you buy now.
John Mayhew
· 14 March 2014
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YES IT TAKES 920XL
Toby1918
Seller · 17 January 2017