Canon PIXMA MP460 ink
Cartridge prices starting at $15.95
The Canon PIXMA MP460 can print, copy and scan. It offers print resolution up to 600 x 600 dpi in black, and 4800 x 1200 in color. Amazon users give this printer 3.2 out of 5 stars. They like the print quality, but say it uses up ink very rapidly. (Hint: Carrot Ink has you covered as far as ink goes with this printer. We carry remanufactured Canon PG-40, CL-41, PG-50, and CL-51 ink cartridges for this printer that are priced 50-65% less than the same genuine Canon cartridges. Running out of ink when you least expect it can be frustrating, especially if you don’t have a spare on hand. With Carrot Ink’s affordable remanufactured Canon ink cartridges, you can now stock up to avoid hassles like this. Call us to order or simply place your order online so we can process it right away.)
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Single Ink Cartridges
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How To Replace Cartridge
- Power on your Canon PIXMA MP460 printer.
- Lift the scanning unit cover and prop it open with the blue scanning unit support piece.
- Press down on the end of the cartridge you want to replace and pull it out of its slot. Do not touch the lock lever.
- Take the new cartridge out of its wrapper and remove the plastic tape. Do not touch the contacts or ink nozzles.
- Insert the new cartridge into the correct slot. Press up and in until it clicks firmly in place.
- Close the scanning unit cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I choose a pigment ink instead of a standard dye ink for my Canon printer?
If you’re looking at printing photos that are more resistant to ultraviolet rays and can last a long period without fading, then a pigment ink is the ideal choice for your Canon printer. Pigment ink is more reliable for external use and archival purposes.
Why is my Canon PIXMA MP460 not printing magenta even if the magenta ink cartridge is full?
If you failed to remove the orange sealing tape on top of the magenta ink cartridge before installing, your Canon PIXMA MP460 will not be able to print magenta. But if you did, then this issue is most likely due to a clogged printhead. Run a printhead nozzle check and see if the printhead needs deep cleaning.
Is it okay to install a standard cartridge and a high yield cartridge on my MP460 at the same time?
Yes, it is. If there’s a black cartridge and a color cartridge installed, the MP460 will operate even if the capacities of the newly installed cartridges are not the same.