Why is Canon ink out of stock?
Disruptions have affected the HP, Canon, and Epson printer supply, and have prompted a Brother printer shortage. Many toner and ink cartridges are being held due to backlogs at US ports. The estimated value of out-of-stock items due to the COVID -19 pandemic was $1.14 trillion.
Can you use any brand ink in Canon printer?
Simply put, the answer is no. The use of compatible or remanufactured printer cartridges will not void your printer’s warranty. As a consumer, you have the right to choose what type of ink you use in your printer and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act protects your rights and warranty.
What ink do you use for a Canon?
Canon Pixma printer works smoothly with Canon PGI-225 pigment black inkjet cartridge. This ink has premium quality and it works just as well as the OEM Canon PGI-225 pigment black inkjet cartridge. With this ink, you can print up to 340 pages.
Does Canon sell ink cartridges?
The Canon brand makes both ink cartridges and toner cartridges. Ink cartridges are filled with liquid ink that is stored in single containers and is compatible with most Canon inkjet printers.
Why is there an ink cartridge shortage?
There is no shortage of toner cartridge itself – a shortage of the chip that lies inside the toner cartridge. As such, we’re now shipping toner cartridges for some of our MFP devices without this chip to ensure we’re still providing a continuous supply of consumables to our Canon U.S.A. customers.