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Support for compatible and remanufactured inkjet cartridges and laser toner cartridges

Posted in Brother ink cartridges, Brother inkjet cartridges, Brother printer cartridges, Epson ink cartridges, Epson inkjet cartridges, Epson printer cartridges, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), HP ink cartridges, HP printer cartridges, Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, Remanufactured ink cartridges, Remanufactured inkjet cartridges, Remanufactured printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 16/10/2012 by ukinksupplies

Welcome to our Jet Tec printer cartridges support page

We offer support for a wide range of compatible and remanufactured Jet Tec inkjet cartridges and laser toner cartridges.

Find your Jet Tec inkjet printer cartridge:

Brother ink cartidges
Canon ink cartidges
Epson ink cartidges
HP ink cartidges

For your Jet Tec laser toner cartridges:

please click here.

About Jet Tec

Jet Tec are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of alternative inkjet supplies, producing compatible and recycled printer cartridge products. Jet Tec laser toners and ink cartridges are made in the UK by DCI Ltd and are compatible with the latest and most popular types of printers. Jet Tec has been established for over 25 years at its UK manufacturing base and is renowned for the quality, reliability and patented technology of their products. The quality of Jet Tec products is second to none. Jet Tec is an ISO 9001 registered company. ISO 9001 procedures are applied throughout the entire manufacturing facility. Jet Tec’s self-reliance in the total manufacturing process ensures the tightest control over quality.


UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.
This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.
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Epson ink cartridges support from UK Ink Supplies

Posted in Epson ink cartridges, Epson inkjet cartridges, Epson printer cartridges, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, OEM ink cartridges, OEM inkjet cartridges, OEM printer cartridges, Original ink cartridges, Original inkjet cartridges, Original printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 26/09/2012 by ukinksupplies

Epson T0711 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0711 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0712 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0712 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0713 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0713 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0714 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0714 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0731 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0731 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0732 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0732 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0733 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0733 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0734 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0734 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0801 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0801 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0802 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0802 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0803 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0803 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0804 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0804 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0805 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0805 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T0806 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T0806 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1281 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1281 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1282 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1282 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1283 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1283 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1284 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1284 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1291 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1291 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1292 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1292 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1293 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1293 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →

Epson T1294 ink cartridges
Please do not shake the Jet Tec Epson T1294 ink cartridge before use. Before installing your Jettec compatible cartridges… Continue reading →


UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.
This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.
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Brother LC970 ink cartidges support

Posted in Brother ink cartridges, Brother inkjet cartridges, Brother printer cartridges, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on 04/09/2012 by ukinksupplies

Using Jet Tec compatible ink cartridges for Brother printers.

Q. My Jet Tec ink cartridge does not fit the printer the same as the original.

A. The compatible cartridge is designed to avoid infringing patents owned by the printer manufacturer. This means the cartridge looks different, and may fit slightly differently, but will still print correctly.

Q. My cartridge doesn’t eject when I open the cartridge access door.

A. Locate the pull tab on the back of the cartridge and use it to pull the cartridge out of the printer.

You can buy Jet Tec ink cartridges for Brother printers here:

  • Brother LC970 black ink cartridges
  • Brother LC970 cyan ink cartridges
  • Brother LC970 magenta ink cartridges
  • Brother LC970 yellow ink cartridges
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    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    Epson T0731 ink cartridges

    Posted in Epson ink cartridges, Epson printer cartridges, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 13/06/2012 by ukinksupplies

    Please do not shake the cartridge before use.

    Before installing your compatible ink cartridge, you must remove the RED SEALING CLIP by ‘snapping’ it off.

    Ignore the small piece of red plastic that remains, install the inkjet cartridge, pressing it firmly down.

    Do not touch the gold coloured contacts before installing the cartridge.
    Ensure the cartridge is completely pressed down, it will not ‘click’ when installed.

    Q. My cartridge is showing as unrecognised. I have printed with it since it was installed.

    A. The printer driver on later Epson printers has been programmed to display this message when the ink runs out on a compatible cartridge. This is to discourage you from saving money by buying compatible cartridges. The print yield from your compatible cartridge is equal to the original.

    Q. My cartridge shows as unrecognised or empty after switching on the printer or leaving it a while.

    A. The printer periodically cleans the printhead, using ink from the cartridges. This may empty a cartridge resulting in these messages. Change the cartridge as normal.

    Q. Why do I not get a low ink sign in the status monitor?

    A. This is another example of the software making things difficult for compatible cartridge users.

    Q. I have installed a replacement cartridge and now another cartridge is empty or unrecognised.

    A. Installing a new cartridge takes ink out of all the cartridges, which may result in another one becoming empty.

    Q. Why is there ink left in the cartridge when it becomes empty?

    A. The printer counts how much ink is used and stops the cartridge at a certain point, this is preset and cannot be changed. Some printer models will allow more ink to be used than others.

    Q. There are lines / streaks on the paper when printing.

    A. Perform a print head cleaning cycle. This can be located within the printer maintenance menu. Print a nozzle check to see if all the nozzles are free of blockages. If breaks still appear on the printed page, repeat the process. If the nozzle check page displays one set of black nozzles shown below, only perform up to two cleans.

    If the screen displays up to three sets of nozzles, perform up to three cleans:

    99% of all blocked nozzles are caused by trapped air within the print head. If the cleaning cycle does not remove the lines, rest the printer for half an hour and perform a nozzle check. (Do not continue to clean the cartridges as this will use up valuable ink from all the cartridges).

    If there is no improvement, leave the cartridge for a further two hours. During the rest period, ink from the cartridge will migrate through the cartridge and absorb / push trapped air from the print head.

    If Epson cartridges are removed from the printer for any length of time, the print head is liable to dry out and block up. Always remove used cartridges when you have a replacement available.

    Never remove the power supply when the printer is in operation such as paper feed, cleaning cycle and printing. When the printer is not in use, the print head will park over the ‘capping mechanism’ which seals over the print head preventing it from drying out.

    Q. I have installed a full set of replacement cartridges and the status monitor indicates they are all empty.

    A. It is possible that one of the cartridge chips has not connected properly with one of the printer electrical contacts.

    The printer carriage needs to be placed in the cartridge change position. This can be achieved by either pressing the ink / OK button on the printer or following the step by step cartridge change guide located within the printer maintenance menu.

    Lift the cartridge location lever and push your finger firmly on the top of the cartridges. If this fails, carefully lift the affected cartridge without breaking the rubber seal at the bottom of the product. Push firmly back into position to re-engage the chip / printer contacts.

    You can buy Jet Tec ink cartridges for Epson printers here:

  • Epson T0731 ink cartridges

  • UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    Top Ten Tips To Make Your Ink Cartridges Last Longer

    Posted in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 22/05/2012 by ukinksupplies

    When you buy a printer, the initial price paid represents only a portion of the cost. You must consider both the price you pay for the printer itself as well as the expense of buying ink cartridges when the printer’s ink runs out. If you run a business that needs a lot of printing or if you print a lot of photos, you may need to frequently replace your ink cartridges. These extra costs can quickly build up, but fortunately, there are ways you can save money by making your printer cartridges last a little longer.

    1. Print only what you need
    Before you start printing text or graphics, decide its relevance and usefulness so that you don’t needlessly spend time printing things that may not be of much use. That is, you should only print the things that you may actually need in order to save consumption of considerable amounts of printer ink.

    If there is information you can back up on a disk instead of printing a hard copy, then use CD-ROMs or DVDs to back up your files. Emails and reports should be printed only as you need them, not just for the sake of printing them. Avoid printing “just for fun” stuff (funnies).

    2. Use the Print Preview
    Print Preview is a useful function that shows you how the document will look after it has been printed. It can help you adjust spaces and decide which pages to print. Consider turning off the colour ink cartridges, selecting only the text you require and only the pages you need – especially that last page with the footer that comes out with each print job. This can significantly reduce your printer ink usage as well as your paper usage.

    3. Print text over graphics
    If you are printing documents only for later reference, print only the essential text and any related images or graphics that are required. Avoid printing images or colourful graphics if having a hard copy is not essential to the purpose of the document.

    4. Print in Draft mode as often as possible
    Use draft print quality whenever you can. Go to File – Print to open the box that lists the settings for your printer. Click ‘Properties’ to bring up the various options available. You’ll probably find different choices under the heading ‘Paper/Quality’ that allow you to select draft quality printing. Your document will print at a lower resolution but that may not matter for reference material that you will likely discard later. You can always switch to a higher resolution for a final version of a document.

    5. Print text in black ink only
    Print documents that are in black and white with a black ink cartridge. Choose black and white printing over colour whenever possible. Depending on your printer, you may have the option to select grey-scale printing using the black ink cartridge only. If you print black with a colour ink cartridge, various colours are mixed to create the black ink. This depletes your colour ink cartridge a lot faster than it would deplete a black ink cartridge. If you’re not doing presentation quality work, or if you’re printing text only, chances are you won’t need the other colours.

    6. Use colour ink only when needed
    If you want your refilled ink to run longer, then make use of colour printing only when it is required. Otherwise, for general and regular use, it is wiser to use black and white printing that helps in saving your money on buying additional refills.

    Modern personal printers can produce high quality photographs, particularly if you use speciality photo paper. But printing high quality digital shots can use a lot of ink, so if you print a large number of photos you might want to outsource your photo printing to a local print centre. Many services allow you to order your prints online. You can also have your photos printed on calendars, mouse pads or greeting cards if you wish.

    7. Keep your printer nozzles clean
    Perhaps the easiest change you can make to your printing habits is to keep an eye on your printer heads. The printer ink nozzles that dispense the actual ink use a spray function to get the ink onto the paper. As such, these nozzles can experience a build-up of dried ink and become clogged. Clean the nozzle heads every few weeks or more often if you’re a heavy printer.

    If a colour cartridge isn’t printing all the colours, remove the cartridge and wipe the bottom of it where the ink comes out firmly with a damp paper towel or lint-free cloth to unclog the nozzle. This will help the ink flow more freely from the cartridge.

    8. Use all the ink in the cartridge
    Continue to print even when your printer light comes on or you get a warning saying that your ink is low. Check the ink level in the cartridge and if it appears that there is some ink left, keep using it instead of changing the cartridge immediately. There is likely quite a bit of ink left in the cartridge; remember that the ink comes out in a spray so it doesn’t take much per page. Use it all and then shake the ink cartridge to break up any ink clogs (especially in humid climates). You may get hundreds of extra pages out of a cartridge by doing this. Keep printing until the ink is almost completely gone (but be careful that you don’t run the printer with an empty cartridge). Also, use Jet Tec ink cartridges, many of which come with up to as much as 100% Extra Life.

    9. Select “Printer-Friendly” Pages when printing from the Web
    You would be surprised how much ink is wasted by printing pages directly as they appear from a website. One web page can have multiple pictures or graphics…not to mention several pages worth of printing because web pages are typically much longer than a regular document. Opt for the printer-friendly option if you need to print something from the web. This eliminates all the unnecessary images, and will save your ink cartridges as well as your printing paper.

    10. Use the printer regularly
    If you don’t print very often, you can stretch the life of your inkjet cartridges by keeping the printer moving. Print a page or two at least once a week using both your colour and black ink cartridges. You can print something small (even a printer diagnostic test) to prevent the ink from drying up.

    Another ink-saving tip is to power down your printer the right way after each use. Don’t merely switch it off or unplug it, but allow your printer to power down slowly and shut itself down. The print heads need to be in the right position while the printer is turned off to prevent the ink from drying up prematurely. The printer should also be covered when not in use.


    Article by UK Ink Supplies, based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire stock an extensive range of printer ink cartridges and laser toner printer cartridges.  For more information visit UK Ink Supplies for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges, laser toners and other digital media products for your inkjet printer. Article posted 7th March 2011.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    Inkjet Printers And Laser Printers – UK Ink Supplies

    Posted in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), GreenTech, Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec Laser Toner Cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, New Cartridge Products & Product Launches, OEM ink cartridges, OEM printer cartridges, Printer Cartridge Manufacturers, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 18/04/2012 by ukinksupplies

    In computing terms, a printer is a device (usually peripheral) that produces a hard copy of documents stored in electronic form, usually on print media such as paper, card or transparencies.

    Many printers are primarily used as computer peripherals, and are permanently connected by a printer cable to a computer which serves as a document source. In most newer printers, a USB cable connects to a computer which serves as the document source. Other printers, commonly known as network printers, have built-in network interfaces and can serve as a hardcopy device for any user connected to the network.

    In addition, many modern printers can directly interface to electronic media such as memory sticks or memory cards, or to image capture devices such as digital cameras, and scanners; some printers are integrated with a scanning and/or fax machine function – these printers are generally known as “multi-functional” or “all-in-one” printers.

    Printers are designed for short-turnaround print jobs; requiring all-but no setup time to achieve a quality hard copy print of a required document.

    The two main types of printers commonly found in the home and business are inkjet and laser toner printers.

    A laser printer rapidly produces high quality text and graphics by employing a xerographic printing process by producing an image by the direct scanning of a laser beam across the printer’s photoreceptor. In contrast, an inkjet printer operates by propelling variably-sized droplets of liquid or molten material (ink) onto almost any sized page. They are the most common type of computer printer used by consumers.

    In contrast, the printing press is designed and optimised for high-volume print jobs such as newspaper print runs: printing presses are capable of hundreds of pages per minute or more, and have an incremental cost-per-page which is a fraction of that of printers.

    The printing press remains the machine of choice for high-volume, professional publishing. Although, as printers have improved in quality and performance, many jobs which used to be done by professional print shops are now done by users on local printers.

    However, as printer technology has improved in quality and performance, many jobs which used to be done by professional print shops can now be readily done by users on local printers.


    Article by UK Ink Supplies, based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire stock an extensive range of printer ink cartridges and laser toner printer cartridges.  For more information visit UK Ink Supplies for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges, laser toners and other digital media products for your inkjet printer. Article posted 17th February 2011.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    About Lincolnshire – the home of UK Ink Supplies

    Posted in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Printer Cartridge Manufacturers, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on 28/03/2012 by ukinksupplies

    Lincolnshire is a county in the east of England, and home to UK Ink Supplies. It borders Norfolk to the south east, Cambridgeshire to the south, Rutland to the south west, Leicestershire to the west, Nottinghamshire also to the west, South Yorkshire to the north west, and the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north. It also borders Northamptonshire in the south for just 19 metres (20 yards), England’s shortest county boundary. The county town is the historic city of Lincoln, where the county council has its headquarters and where UK Ink Supplies is based.

    The ceremonial county of Lincolnshire is composed of the non-metropolitan county of Lincolnshire and the area covered by the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North-East Lincolnshire. The county is the second largest of the English counties and one that is predominantly agricultural in land use.

    The county can be broken down into a number of geographical sub-regions including: the Lincolnshire Fens (south Lincolnshire), the Carrs (similar to the Fens but in north Lincolnshire), the Lincolnshire Wolds, and the industrial Humber Estuary and North Sea coast around Grimsby and Scunthorpe.

    The non-metropolitan county of Lincolnshire is characterised by the absence of any major urban area. Lincolnshire’s principal settlements and their populations are: Lincoln (100,000), Boston (58,300) (where Jet Tec ink cartridge are made), Grantham (33,243), Gainsborough (20,110), Skegness (18,910), Spalding (18,731), Stamford (17,492), Louth (17,000), Bourne (11,933), Mablethorpe (11,700), Sleaford (10,388), Holbeach (9,448), Deeping St. James (6,923), Market Deeping (6,200), Horncastle (6,090), Long Sutton (5,037), Sutton Bridge (3,936), Woodhall Spa (3,657), Crowland (3,607), Coningsby (3,238), Market Rasen (3,230), Heckington (3,069), Alford (2,700), Caistor (2,601), and Spilsby (2,336). North East Lincolnshire, where the two towns of Great Grimsby (90,703) and Cleethorpes (34,907) have become one large conurbation, and between them have a population of over 120,000: the largest single settlement in the whole of the ceremonial county of Lincolnshire. Other towns include Immingham (12,200) Waltham (6,425) and Humberston (5,375). North Lincolnshire has the larger area of the two unitary authority areas and it includes Scunthorpe (75,514) (including Bottesford), Barton-upon-Humber (9,334), Brigg (5,076), Winterton (4,729), Crowle (4,090), Epworth (3,734), Kirton in Lindsey (2,964) and Barrow upon Humber (2,745). UK Ink Supplies serves all of these places by mail order from their website.

    Other Lincolnshire places of interest include Ancaster, Corby Glen, Belmont, Donington, Billingborough, Ingoldmells, Chapel St Leonards, Sutton-on-Sea, Wainfleet All Saints and Donna Nook. Many of the towns in the county continue to hold a weekly market, a centuries-old tradition reinvigorated recently by the growth of farmers’ markets.

    So, wherever you live in Lincolnshire, you are sure to be able to get Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser toners delivered direct to your door.


    Article by UK Ink Supplies, based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire stock an extensive range of printer ink cartridges and laser toner printer cartridges.  For more information visit UK Ink Supplies for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges, laser toners and other digital media products for your inkjet printer. Article posted 17th February 2011.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.
    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.
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