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Need help please in choosing an all in one printer

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Hi everyone! I recently got the canon mp210 but I have had to take it back twice now and replace it as the colour cartridge keeps leaking blue ink everywhere, so now I am looking to get another printer - anyone recommend one please? Prob looking to pay around £40, mostly print in black A4 uni stuff although dont want a laser and I want an all in one. Thanks!
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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If you want cheap cartridges, look at the Brother DCP135C, £34.99 from [url]www.ryman.co.uk[/url].
1 Like #3
a bit over budget but asdas sell a dx7400 FOR £50.00 is the same printer as the dx8400 but its new not used and with asdas they are more than happy to reimburse you a year later WITH CASH :)
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My Father Is Using That Printer And No Names Mentioned But You Can Buy 28 Compatable Inks 7 Full Sets For £22 On A Place Witth An E And A Bay Which Work Brilliantly Any Way
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Thank you everyone! I like the look of the Brother DCP135C - is that original cartridges or comptible ones that are cheap? I dont know much about printers etc so I always use the proper ones.
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charlene265
Thank you everyone! I like the look of the Brother DCP135C - is that original cartridges or comptible ones that are cheap? I dont know much about printers etc so I always use the proper ones.


Compatibles are much cheaper than originals.

http://www.choicestationery.co.uk/printer3_o.asp?printer_selection=5301&group_selection=9&manu_selection=6

I've used Choice a lot over the years and service and compatible cartridges have always been good.
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Thanks tony_S1. Are the compatibles any good though?

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