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Inkjet Refill Instructions
IMPORTANT: Please read these general instructions BEFORE REFILLING
1) To avoid any potential spill or mess, refill your cartridge over a workbench or in an area that
can tolerate a spill
2) Read the instructions for your specific cartridge first before attempting to refill
3) If you have any questions, ask our technical support for assistance first before making any at-
tempt on your own (email@example.com)
4) It is ALWAYS best to refill a cartridge when it is fresh avoid as much as possible leaving car-
tridges sit empty for a long time as the print heads could clog. We include printer and head cleaner
with some kits which can help to dissolve print head clogs. You can use this cleaner in the way
explained in the instructions for your specific cartridge, and you could also pour a small amount
of the cleaner into a cup and allow the print heads of the cartridge to sit in the cleaner for a few
hours or overnight. DO NOT immerse any other parts of the cartridge in the cleaning solution,
ONLY the print heads. Keep in mind that many cartridges (like Epson, Canon) do NOT have print
heads so this procedure does not apply. In general, you should try refilling cartridges when they
are running low or when they have freshly emptied.
5) Try avoiding over-filling any cartridge. It is always better to under-fill rather than over-fill, as
you can always fill again later. Refill slowly to avoid overfilling and creating any potential spill.
6) Be very careful to insert the correct color ink into the correct chamber. If you are unsure, you
can usually check by inserting a toothpick into the filling chamber to see what color ink was there
before. Refer to the diagrams in the instructions, or email technical support for assistance if you
need to. REMEMBER:
BK = K = Black
C = Cyan (which is blue)
M = Magenta (which is red)
Y = Yellow (which is yellow)
PC = Photo Cyan (or light Cyan)
PM = Photo Magenta (or light Magenta)
7) If you have quality problems such as faded prints or skipping lines, try soaking the cartridge
heads a little in the print head cleaning solution or dabbing the print heads on a soft paper towel
that has been moistened with water or print head cleaning solution. You need to get the ink to
FLOW through the heads, so by dabbing on the paper towel you are creating a wicking effect that
drains the ink to the bottom and out of the heads. For other troubleshooting advice, please email
your specific problem to firstname.lastname@example.org. Over 90% of problems related to quality can be
(1) Does using Uni-Kit ink or toner refills damage my printer?
As regards your printer warranty, please read the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act
United States Code Annotated Title 15 Commerce and Trade Chapter 50 Comsumer Product Warranties 15
No warrantor of a consumer product may condition his written or implied warranty of such product on the
consumer's using, in connection with such product, any article or service (other than article or service pro-
vided without charge under the terms of the warranty) which is identified by brand, trade or corporate name;
except that the prohibition of this subsection may be waived by the commission if: 1. The warrantor satisfies
the Commission that the warranted product will function properly only if the article or service so identified is
used in connection with the warranted product, and 2. the Commission finds that such a waiver is in the public
What this means to you: The manufacturer of the printer you are using cannot void the warranty on your printer
because you use a cartridge or refill kit manufactured by someone other than the printer manufacturer.
(2) Will using Uni-Kit ink refills clog my printer heads?
For inkjet cartridges: Print heads may become clogged if the cartridge is left empty for an excessive period of
time. It is always best to refill before the cartridge empties or soon after it empties. Clogged print heads can
be unclogged most of the time by soaking the cartridge print heads in our "cartridge and print head cleaner"
solution for a few hours. As long as you refill your cartridge soon after it empties (preferably even before it is
completely empty), you will minimize the risk of clogged print heads.
(3) How many refills will I get from 1 kit?
This depends on the cartridges you have. With the Combo Uni-Kit Inkjet Refill Kit you can refill most black
and color inkjet cartridges about 3-7 times each.
(4) Is the refill process messy? Is it safe?
The Uni-Kit refill kits are not messy if used carefully. The inkjet kit uses an injector system that allows you to
accurately control the filling.
The ink is not harmful unless ingested, so keep it out of reach of younger children and avoid contact with eyes.
Wash affected areas with water, and if ingested or ill effects develop, call medical aid.
(5) Will the Uni-Kit work with my specific printer?
Yes, if you have an inkjet printer it can be refilled with the Uni-Kit Inkjet Refill System. This is because all
inkjet cartridges have a filling hole which can be exposed and used to refill that cartridge with more ink.
The Uni-Kit has a specially designed ink that works in ALL inkjet printers. Our instructions are updated
regularly; if your printer or cartridge is not listed in the instruction manual please email tech support:
email@example.com. Some printers or cartridges have "lockout" mechanisms that prevent the cartridge
from being recognized after it is refilled. Note: Some printers will STILL PRINT even though they give an
error message, you can ignore the error message and continue printing. For Epson cartridges, these require
that their chips be reset; an Epson Resetter is sold separately.