Remanufactured Epson 212 XL / T212XL High Yield Ink Cartridges 5-Pack

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5 Pack

Black: 500, Color: 350

High Yield

2 Black1 Cyan1 Magenta1 Yellow

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About this Product

This five-pack of remanufactured Epson T212XL ink cartridges gives you high-quality printing at an incredibly lower cost. Three individual dye-color cartridges (Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow) and two pigment Black cartridges deliver brilliants colors and crisp texts page after page. Each ink cartridge is high yield which means you can print more per round, perfect for high-volume printing needs.

Our value pack replaces genuine Epson T212 high yield ink cartridges but at a significantly reduced price. Save up to 80% on your 5-pack T212XL ink cartridges and get free shipping on orders above $50, anywhere in the US. The product also comes with a 2-Year Money Back Guarantee and Warranty.

  • 5-Pack combo includes: 2 black, 1 cyan, 1 magenta, and 1 yellow
  • Superior inkjet print quality you can consistently rely on for thousands of pages
  • Premium quality ink delivers crisp texts and graphics
  • Shelf life: Up to 24 months
  • 2-year warranty and money-back guarantee

Product Specification

Printer Brand

Cartridge Yield Type

Color

Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow

Company Brand

YoYoInk

Condition

Remanufactured

Pack

Multi Pack

Page Yield

Black: 500, Color: 350

Product Type

Ink Cartridge

Total Page Yield

2,050 (5% Coverage)

1. Can You Refill an Epson 212 Ink Cartridge?

No. You can’t refill the original Epson 212 ink cartridges. Original Epson cartridges have a memory chip that updates its memory with the printer while in use.  Once the cartridge becomes empty, the circuit identifies it as an empty ink cartridge.

Refilling your cartridge does not activate it since the chip will still identify the cartridge as “empty.” To continue printing, you’d have to purchase an Epson 212 ink refill cartridge. If you want to save more on printing costs, it would be best to purchase Epson remanufactured ink cartridges.

2. What is the Difference Between the 212 and 212XL?

The majority of manufacturers provide standard Epson 212 and 212XL (High Yield) printing options. The major difference between standard and XL is just the amount of ink that fills the cartridge; the Epson 212 ink XL version has more ink and page yield. 

The benefit of using High Yield cartridges is that there’s no need to change ink cartridges very often. The printing costs are also reduced in the long run, so you get more value for your money. The benefit of utilizing a standard cartridge is they’re less expensive than XL versions. If you’re not printing very often, it would be better to use standard cartridges since cartridges left unused can dry up.

3. How to Trick Epson 212 Ink Cartridges?

Epson inkjet printers are built with a metering system that notifies the user once printer cartridges run low. The microchip will eventually shut off until you replace the cartridge. Sometimes, though, Epson owners may find that their cartridges still have a lot of ink left, and it would be a waste to buy a new expensive replacement and throw away the old ones.

The way out of it is to “trick” the machine into thinking there’s a newly installed cartridge so you can still use the remaining ink.

Shaking Printer Cartridges
  1. Turn on your Epson printer, raise its cover, then wait for the carriage to stop sliding.
  2. Remove the printer cartridges by squeezing the tabs on each cartridge’s short ends, then lifting it straight up.
  3. Turn the printer off and let it shut down completely. Wait for five minutes as the printer memory resets.
  4. Shake every cartridge for a few seconds to spread the ink within.
  5. Reinstall the ink cartridges in the same positions before removing them, then restore the printer’s power.
 

4. How to Reset Your Epson 212 Ink Cartridges?

  1. Remove the printer cartridges, then examine the copper contacts at the end of each unit. On some models, a reset button can be found on top of the contacts. 
  2. Press the reset button with a paperclip or another sharp object of the same size. Once the cartridges are reset, you can reinstall them, and the printer should recognize them as new.

Additional Tip: The nozzles underneath the cartridges can be cleaned using a cotton swab applied with rubbing alcohol. Allow the alcohol to evaporate before reinstalling the ink cartridges.

5. Can I Use Another Ink Cartridge For My Printer?

No. Printer ink cartridges may look very similar, but each has an assigned compatible printer. You can’t use a different ink cartridge for your printer because it would be incompatible.

Each ink cartridge has a chip programmed to make ink cartridges work only with specific printers. So you won’t be able to print unless you’re using a compatible ink cartridge.

  1. Turn on your printer, then lift the scanning unit.
  2. Press the printer’s stop button. The print head will move the low or empty cartridge to the indicator position. Repeat the process in checking the other low or empty cartridges. The print head transfers to the replacement position once all cartridges are sorted out.
  3. Squeeze the empty cartridge’s tab, then lift it out of the slot. Get rid of the empty cartridges. Please don’t use the empty cartridge aside from refilling it.
  4. Gently shake the new Epson 212 ink cartridge five times before opening its package. Please don’t do it after opening the package as the ink may leak out.
  5. Get the cartridge from its package. Don’t touch the green chip or the cartridge’s small window. Install the new ink cartridge immediately after getting rid of the empty one so the print head won’t dry out.
  6. Please get rid of the yellow tape at the cartridge’s side, insert it into the vacant slot, then push it down until it locks into position.
  7. Lower the scanning unit, then press the stop button. Let the print head move towards the home position so the printer can begin charging the ink. The process may take 1 ½ minute. 
Epson WorkForce Series
Epson Expression Series

About this Product

This five-pack of remanufactured Epson T212XL ink cartridges gives you high-quality printing at an incredibly lower cost. Three individual dye-color cartridges (Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow) and two pigment Black cartridges deliver brilliants colors and crisp texts page after page. Each ink cartridge is high yield which means you can print more per round, perfect for high-volume printing needs.

Our value pack replaces genuine Epson T212 high yield ink cartridges but at a significantly reduced price. Save up to 80% on your 5-pack T212XL ink cartridges and get free shipping on orders above $50, anywhere in the US. The product also comes with a 2-Year Money Back Guarantee and Warranty.

  • 5-Pack combo includes: 2 black, 1 cyan, 1 magenta, and 1 yellow
  • Superior inkjet print quality you can consistently rely on for thousands of pages
  • Premium quality ink delivers crisp texts and graphics
  • Shelf life: Up to 24 months
  • 2-year warranty and money-back guarantee

Product Specification

Printer Brand

Cartridge Yield Type

Color

Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow

Company Brand

YoYoInk

Condition

Remanufactured

Pack

Multi Pack

Page Yield

Black: 500, Color: 350

Product Type

Ink Cartridge

Total Page Yield

2,050 (5% Coverage)

  1. Turn on your printer, then lift the scanning unit.
  2. Press the printer’s stop button. The print head will move the low or empty cartridge to the indicator position. Repeat the process in checking the other low or empty cartridges. The print head transfers to the replacement position once all cartridges are sorted out.
  3. Squeeze the empty cartridge’s tab, then lift it out of the slot. Get rid of the empty cartridges. Please don’t use the empty cartridge aside from refilling it.
  4. Gently shake the new Epson 212 ink cartridge five times before opening its package. Please don’t do it after opening the package as the ink may leak out.
  5. Get the cartridge from its package. Don’t touch the green chip or the cartridge’s small window. Install the new ink cartridge immediately after getting rid of the empty one so the print head won’t dry out.
  6. Please get rid of the yellow tape at the cartridge’s side, insert it into the vacant slot, then push it down until it locks into position.
  7. Lower the scanning unit, then press the stop button. Let the print head move towards the home position so the printer can begin charging the ink. The process may take 1 ½ minute. 

1. Can You Refill an Epson 212 Ink Cartridge?

No. You can’t refill the original Epson 212 ink cartridges. Original Epson cartridges have a memory chip that updates its memory with the printer while in use.  Once the cartridge becomes empty, the circuit identifies it as an empty ink cartridge.

Refilling your cartridge does not activate it since the chip will still identify the cartridge as “empty.” To continue printing, you’d have to purchase an Epson 212 ink refill cartridge. If you want to save more on printing costs, it would be best to purchase Epson remanufactured ink cartridges.

2. What is the Difference Between the 212 and 212XL?

The majority of manufacturers provide standard Epson 212 and 212XL (High Yield) printing options. The major difference between standard and XL is just the amount of ink that fills the cartridge; the Epson 212 ink XL version has more ink and page yield. 

The benefit of using High Yield cartridges is that there’s no need to change ink cartridges very often. The printing costs are also reduced in the long run, so you get more value for your money. The benefit of utilizing a standard cartridge is they’re less expensive than XL versions. If you’re not printing very often, it would be better to use standard cartridges since cartridges left unused can dry up.

3. How to Trick Epson 212 Ink Cartridges?

Epson inkjet printers are built with a metering system that notifies the user once printer cartridges run low. The microchip will eventually shut off until you replace the cartridge. Sometimes, though, Epson owners may find that their cartridges still have a lot of ink left, and it would be a waste to buy a new expensive replacement and throw away the old ones.

The way out of it is to “trick” the machine into thinking there’s a newly installed cartridge so you can still use the remaining ink.

Shaking Printer Cartridges
  1. Turn on your Epson printer, raise its cover, then wait for the carriage to stop sliding.
  2. Remove the printer cartridges by squeezing the tabs on each cartridge’s short ends, then lifting it straight up.
  3. Turn the printer off and let it shut down completely. Wait for five minutes as the printer memory resets.
  4. Shake every cartridge for a few seconds to spread the ink within.
  5. Reinstall the ink cartridges in the same positions before removing them, then restore the printer’s power.
 

4. How to Reset Your Epson 212 Ink Cartridges?

  1. Remove the printer cartridges, then examine the copper contacts at the end of each unit. On some models, a reset button can be found on top of the contacts. 
  2. Press the reset button with a paperclip or another sharp object of the same size. Once the cartridges are reset, you can reinstall them, and the printer should recognize them as new.

Additional Tip: The nozzles underneath the cartridges can be cleaned using a cotton swab applied with rubbing alcohol. Allow the alcohol to evaporate before reinstalling the ink cartridges.

5. Can I Use Another Ink Cartridge For My Printer?

No. Printer ink cartridges may look very similar, but each has an assigned compatible printer. You can’t use a different ink cartridge for your printer because it would be incompatible.

Each ink cartridge has a chip programmed to make ink cartridges work only with specific printers. So you won’t be able to print unless you’re using a compatible ink cartridge.

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