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Can Using Empty Ink Cartridges Damage My Printer?

empty ink cartridges are bad for your printerDon't use your printer's ink cartridges until they are completely empty. Operating an inkjet printer with empty ink cartridges can damage the machine.

It is always a good practice to have extra ink cartridges on hand so you can replace empty ink cartridges immediately. We recommend that you replace your ink cartridges as soon as you begin to see faded or dull colors in your print outs. Whatever brand of printer you have, you are sure to find a replacement ink cartridge at Castle Ink Cartridges.

Castle Ink Cartridges is the most popular remanufactured and compatible ink cartridge supplier on the Internet. We carry replacement ink cartridges for hundreds of printer models at the lowest prices. With our fast shipping, excellent customer service and 100% satisfaction guarantee there is no reason to wait! Most ink cartridges will last for up to a year or more if stored in a cool, dry location. So don't be afraid to order an extra cartridge or two so you have some on hand when your printer runs low on ink.

Stock up now before you have to replace empty ink cartridges. Just use the search box found at the top of each page on the Castle Ink website to locate your printer model. Alternatively, you can use the quick links to the different brands located on the main page.

And don't forget to recycle those empty ink cartridges.

About William Elward

Founder of Castle Ink, William Elward has 20 years experience in the printer industry. He's been featured on CNN Money, Yahoo, PC World, Computer World, and other top publications and frequently blogs about printers and ink cartridges. He's an expert at diagnosing printer issues and has published guides to fixing common printer issues across the internet. A graduate of Bryant University and Columbia's Sulzberger Executive Leadership Program, he's held various leadership positions at The College Board, Bankrate, Zocdoc, and Everyday Health. Follow him on Twitter at William Elward's Twitter Profile