HP Laser replacement cartridge


J

Joe

have the HP laser which uses Q6000A Q6001A,Q6002A, Q6003A

Is there any difference between using a remanufactured cartridges or 3rd
party type and genuine HP cartridges,

Any problems or what should one look for etc.

HP genuine are too expensive.

Thanks
 
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Tony Toews [MVP]

Joe said:
Is there any difference between using a remanufactured cartridges or 3rd
party type and genuine HP cartridges,
I have two third party cartdiges and they both work fine. No idea as to mfr.

Toy
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Flasherly

have the HP laser which uses Q6000A Q6001A,Q6002A, Q6003A

Is there any difference between using a remanufactured cartridges or 3rd
party type and genuine HP cartridges,

Any problems or what should one look for etc.

HP genuine are too expensive.

Thanks
Runs the gamut from to guaranteed satisfaction & money back to toner
bottles shipped in from Singapore for $6. Been doing the $6 thingy on
$40 Samsung, oh, least a dozen times so far. In my opinion you don't
want to try that in an office environment. Books I read and
afterwards toss in the garbage, wow - never had it so good. (Have two
more whole printers new in boxes stacked for backup. Just don't tell
Samsung $40 is supposed to be the price for the drum/toner replacement
assembly and not the entire printer).
 

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