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Waht's "wrong" with the Dell A940 All-In-Ones ?

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Anonymous
May 29, 2005 3:06:24 PM

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The past month or so, I've "rescued" a number of Dell A940 All-in-one
printer/scanner/copier units from the local PC dismantler/recycler.

Pop in a couple of new ink cartridges and they appear to be good as new.

I don't normally see units this new come through the recycler, so I'm
curious - is there something intrinsically "wrong" with the A940 that would
have people dumping them ?



- FM -

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Anonymous
May 29, 2005 8:08:14 PM

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Fred,
I believe both the Dell A7XX & A9XX series, are basically modified/rebadged
Lexmark printers. So the replacement cartridges cost too much for the
average user. Over US$25.00 per cartridge, but usually more than that. For
just the price of a set of cartridges, you can buy a decent Canon printer.
Which I have done. After owning two Lexmark printers, myself.

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"Fred Mau" <fred-dot-mau@comcast.net> wrote in message
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The past month or so, I've "rescued" a number of Dell A940 All-in-one
printer/scanner/copier units from the local PC dismantler/recycler.

Pop in a couple of new ink cartridges and they appear to be good as new.

I don't normally see units this new come through the recycler, so I'm
curious - is there something intrinsically "wrong" with the A940 that would
have people dumping them ?



- FM -
Anonymous
May 30, 2005 12:11:37 AM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

they came free with certain promotions so people may not have really wanted
or needed them in the first place and when it ran out of ink the owner could
not find cartridges locally it probably made its way to the dump. a set of
cartridges costs as much as a new printer that comes with cartridges. the
cartridges can only be obtained from dell. but that is changing as i have
seem some clone cartridges for dell printers showing up at my staples store.
if you remove the tab from the cartridge door then you can fit the lexmark
equivalent cartridges in the dell printer (but you can also break the door
and render the entire machine useless).

"Fred Mau" <fred-dot-mau@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:Xns96655C8014353freddotmaucomcastnet@216.196.97.131...
> The past month or so, I've "rescued" a number of Dell A940 All-in-one
> printer/scanner/copier units from the local PC dismantler/recycler.
>
> Pop in a couple of new ink cartridges and they appear to be good as new.
>
> I don't normally see units this new come through the recycler, so I'm
> curious - is there something intrinsically "wrong" with the A940 that
> would
> have people dumping them ?
>
>
>
> - FM -
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