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Hint 1: old ink causes clogs.
If you buy non-OEM ink, it is better to buy bulk ink so you can run it through a filter.

Hint 2: Ink starvation is often mistaken for a print-head clog.

In reality the clog is actually in the damper, the manifold or even a tube.


I've even used Chinese ink, costing £60/litre (around $80) without a problem, but I do have an extreme maintenance schedule and do go through gallons of ink during the production months, so the ink never stays still in a container for too long.
 

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@tabaob I found some links on 1688 and taobao chinese website which are selling oem ink which are refillable.

I am looking to buy epson f2100 and before looking for any option that have easy access to oem links.

So does epson can have oem thing work ?
If they are refillable they are not OEM.
I'd suggest learning to print with genuine inks first.
Chinese white ink is not recommended. The CMYK ones are OK, but I would filter them first... Just in case.
 
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