Troubleshooting common issues with printhead cartridges

This guide is for printhead cartridges- or ink cartridges that have a built-in printhead. This includes the following series for HP cartridges (61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67), and for Canon cartridges (210-211, 240-241, 245-246). 

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Why choose Limeink for my ink and toner needs?

Third party ink and toner cartridges can potentially offer great savings. However, they vary widely in quality. Better quality ink is a function of better quality control, and Limeink cartridges use American quality-control standards and are tested twice; at manufacturing and again before the inventory is shipped to Amazon’s warehouses for fulfillment. Cartridges are tested at the component level, for electrical circuitry, as well as with print quality and yield. 

Why Choose us?

Get reliable quality prints that match the quality of original ink.

Get access to US-based phone and email support (M-F EST). 

Help support American jobs the local economy.

Get great quality ink without worrying about price.

Rest assured Limeink cartridges are tested to produce max. yield.

Third party ink reduces landfill waste and conserves materials.

How are remanufactured cartridges collected and produced

Remanufactured ink cartridges are recycled cartridges that have been refilled by a 3rd party (not the original brand). This process is very environmentally-friendly, as every component of the original cartridge is either recycled with its raw materials extracted and used in the remanufacturing process, or reused and remanfucatured outright. 

The remanufacturing process helps to keep plastics out of landfills, and conserves raw materials used in the production of ink cartridges such as timber, water, oil, petroleum, and various minerals. 

See graphic below for a step-by-step explanation of the remanufacturing process.