Anajet Ricoh Ri3000 and Ri6000 owners can ink replacement bags and carts

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It is possible to use our chipless cartridges and/or refill bags with expired chipped cartridges on your Anajet Ri3000 and Ri6000.  I’m not going to say it’s the best or least annoying option, but so many of you have told us that you are tired of paying more money, waiting so long for Anajet to send out your ink, new chips not registering as new,  Anajet frequently running out of ink, and even their ground shipping is a ton of money.
Here is how you can get around it.  If you are using our chip-less cartridge or your expired cartridge you will see an error message popping up on our screen saying  whichever " Ink has Expired."  You just hit Ignore and you will be able to continue to print.  It will come up again and again but you keep hitting ignore until the machine will not let you ignore any longer, then turn the machine off and on then repeat.  This will continue until you are done printing or you run out of ink. If you decide to do this, you just need to keep an eye on your actual ink level.  It can be annoying, but it might be worth it to pay less on ink, get it faster and waste less.

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WiFi HeeM

When obstruction is detected i see alot of ways to fix it but theres one way i havent tried it yet. That was adjusting it with my hands.

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