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JR Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridge CISS System for Epson T0711-T0714 | BCMY | 320ml @ 7dayShop, £17.99
JR Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridge CISS System for Epson T0711-T0714 | BCMY | 320ml @ 7dayShop, £17.99

JR Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridge CISS System for Epson T0711-T0714 | BCMY | 320ml @ 7dayShop, £17.99

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CISS stands for Continuous Ink Supply System. It is the means of supplying a continuous flow of ink to the print head of the printer without the need to change cartridges. Large external ink reservoirs continually supply the cartridges with ink through silicon feed tubes. The cartridges remain in place permanently in the printer. The ink reservoirs are independently separated by colours that can be easily refilled only the empty tank anytime. It works efficiently in almost all brands and model of printers

* Quick Installation and Easy to Use
* CISS are a perfect for customers who do a large amount of printing.
* Our Continuous Ink Supply Systems save over 95% on printing costs for inkjet printers
* These kits are supplied with 80ml of high quality JR ink in each reservoir and come with full ink tanks
* All our Continuous Ink Supply Systems systems are 100% guaranteed
OEM Equivalent Part No : T0711, T0712, T0713, T0714
Ink Contents : 320ml
OEM Picture Reference : Cheetah

8 Comments

I bought a CISS system on ebay recently. Took an age to work out how to connect it as the instructions were too general - had to search youtube for a tutorial. Now it's finally in it turns out that the fool who put the inks in order didn't assemble it in the right order, and I've got some inks going into the wrong carts...

With my system you have to remove the carts when the pc says they are 'empty' in order to reset the chip...considering they are still full it's a dodgy practice.

I also had to modify the printer in order to get these to fit by removing the cartridge cover (also not described in the manual). The first few hundred prints had loads of 'ghosting' as the feeder tubes get chucked around when it prints and catches on the printer. Considering I could have bought compatible ink carts as cheaply as £1 each, I think I took the wrong option.

Not voting against the OP, as these systems look different to mine...Perhaps do a bit of research before you take the plunge.

Well to T0711-T0714 are chipped cartridges , so its going to have to have some way of resettting the chip.
From the picture it looks like the reset button may be at the top of the cartridge block ( so hopefully you don't have to remove the carts to reset).

It looks a tricky fit though - especially as these carts fit a lot of all-in-ones that don;t have gaps for the tubes to exit through.

simes;6332596

Well to T0711-T0714 are chipped cartridges , so its going to have to have … Well to T0711-T0714 are chipped cartridges , so its going to have to have some way of resettting the chip.From the picture it looks like the reset button may be at the top of the cartridge block ( so hopefully you don't have to remove the carts to reset).It looks a tricky fit though - especially as these carts fit a lot of all-in-ones that don;t have gaps for the tubes to exit through.



Yeah - the tubes are a problem - it took a while for me to realise that the poor prints were down to the tubes catching the printer cover as the print head shot across the bar. The kits should come with a couple of clips to hold the excess tubing in place but there's still a lot of movement.

It's best to print with the cover open so you can monitor it. If I buy again I won't go for the cheapest - and the button reset is the best version as the potential to flood your printer is a worry with mine....not to mention that my red prints yellow, and my yellow red...:x

anybody know why this doesnt fit the Epson Stylus SX200 although its the same cartridges

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awoodhall2003;6332745

anybody know why this doesnt fit the Epson Stylus SX200 although its the … anybody know why this doesnt fit the Epson Stylus SX200 although its the same cartridges



it should.

I also had to modify the printer in order to get these to fit by removing the cartridge cover (also not described in the manual). The first few hundred prints had loads of 'ghosting' as the feeder tubes get chucked around when it prints and catches on the printer...


i had the same problem.... tubes getting air bubbles inside, and catching on printer lid, and abit messy. i wouldnt go for one of these again.

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personaljesus24;6335118

I also had to modify the printer in order to get these to fit by removing … I also had to modify the printer in order to get these to fit by removing the cartridge cover (also not described in the manual). The first few hundred prints had loads of 'ghosting' as the feeder tubes get chucked around when it prints and catches on the printer...i had the same problem.... tubes getting air bubbles inside, and catching on printer lid, and abit messy. i wouldnt go for one of these again.



ive got one and print about 40-50 pages a day and works a treat

the one ive got is ARC

You need to select the right printer type of printer if your goign to use a CISS, I've used them for years and they are great IF you selected the right printer.

Don't use the All in one or SX pritners they are to small and not designed for heavy duty printing - hence the problems listed above.

Use a 6 colour system like the R300, R360, R285, R265, P50

I've had a R300, R360 and now a PX700W all which work great!
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