Remanufactured High Yield Photo Black Ink Cartridge for Epson 273XL (T273XL120)
Our remanufactured non-OEM inkjet cartridge which replaces the Epson T273XL120 (273XL) high yield photo black original inkjet cartridge has been professionally refurbished to the highest quality and performance standards. Enjoy consistently high-quality results and reliability at a fraction of the cost of original Epson cartridges. Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee means that our remanufactured replacement for Epson T273XL120 is an excellent alternative to OEM Epson T273XL120. You can rely on our remanufactured non-OEM T273XL120 ink cartridge to deliver beautifully clear, crisp printouts, guaranteed!
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Page Yield is an approximation of the number of standard pages that can be printed with one cartridge, usually measured at 5% page coverage. 5% coverage is a standard 8.5 x 11 inch page with a light letterhead, address and three paragraphs of text double spaced. If you print mixed text and graphics or WebPages your page coverage is closer to 15% and therefore the number of pages printed with each cartridge will be less. If you are printing photos your page coverage is close to 100% and the number of printed photos will be much less than the amount the number of pages you would be able to print if you were just printing standard text documents.
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|Cost Per Page||Capacity (ml)||Shelf Life|
|T273XL120RIC||T273XL120||500||1.80 cents||N/A||12-18 Months|
However, when I replaced the large HY BK cartridge with one of your remanufactured cartridges, the printer flagged it as non-Epson, gave me dire warnings, and required me to confirm I was willing to take the risk.
Right away I am getting warnings that the BK ink level is low, and it shows as almost empty.
Is this how you expect this cartridge to work? If so, why do you not provide a warning prior to purchase? If not, then the cartridge is apparently defective, and I would like a replacement please.
Also, although I cannot be 100% sure this happened immediately after replacing the large HY BK cartridge, the print head test is now showing a 5 mm horizontal white band about 15 mm down in the two BK columns; the four color columns are fine. Print head cleaning and re-powering the printer make no difference. Is there any explanation for this other than a faulty large HY BK ink cartridge?