LaserJet Pro 300 Color MFP M375nwCartridge prices starting at $27.95
Would you say no to a whopping savings of up to 75% off the cost of genuine HP Laserjet Pro 300 Color MFP M375nw toner cartridges? We doubt you’d say no. If your business requires a lot of printing day in and day out, this is probably good news for you. Our compatible toner cartridges are brand-new, high-quality cartridges that work just as good as the OEM cartridges but cost much lower. Our listing below includes both high yield and standard cartridges, so you’ve got options to choose from. For high-volume printing needs, the High Yield HP 305X (CE410X) Black will sure give the best bang for your buck. Call us today to find out more about our products.
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- Best SellerHP 305A Remanufactured Toner Cartridge 4-Pack Combo
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- HP 305X (CE410X) Black High-Yield Compatible Toner Cartridge 4000 Page Yield
- HP 305A (CE411A) Cyan Remanufactured Toner Cartridge 2,600 Page Yield
How to Replace Cartridge(s)
Here is a step-by-step guide to replacing the used cartridge on an HP Laserjet Pro 300 Color MFP M375nw printer:
- Turn on your printer.
- Tap the Supply icon on your printer screen for the cartridge that needs replacement. The carriage will then rotate to the cartridge that you select. Wait for the carriage to stop, and then press OK to continue.
- Lift the scanner assembly and open the top cover.
- Hold the white part of the cartridge and then pull it toward you to remove it.
- Take the new toner cartridge out of the packaging.
- Gently shake the new cartridge to distribute the toner inside.
- Pull the protective plastic shield. And then, pull the tab to remove the protective tape.
- Make sure the new toner cartridge is aligned with the tracks inside the printer. Insert it inside until firmly seated.
- Close the top cover and the scanner assembly.
Frequently Asked Questions
How would I know if it’s time to replace the cartridge on my HP Laserjet Pro 300 Color MFP M375nw?
You should get a replacement toner cartridge when you see a ‘Cartridge is very low’ message on your printer display. Printer quality will soon be unacceptable, so you’d better keep a new cartridge handy.
Is a high capacity toner cartridge the same with a high yield cartridge?
Yes. Some users just prefer to use the term high capacity cartridge instead of a high yield cartridge.
What is the difference between the cartridge part number with an X after and the one with an XL after?
The XL is used on high yield ink cartridges, while the X is used on high yield toner cartridges.