HP LaserJet Pro M402n ink

HP LaserJet Pro M402n ink

Cartridge prices starting at $42.95

The HP LaserJet Pro M402n is a monochrome (black-and-white) printer with resolution up to 4800 x 600. Paper trays hold 100 and 250 sheets. It can print from your mobile device at speeds up to 40 pages per minute. With this convenience, it is just right to always have a spare toner cartridge on hand, so you can keep printing anytime, anywhere. Carrot Ink offers you a cheaper alternative to overly expensive genuine toner cartridges. We’ve got the HP 26X (CF226X) Black Compatible Toner Cartridge for your large volume printing needs. It has the same page yield and works just as well as the genuine high capacity cartridge but at a fraction of the cost. 

Buy Ink Cartridges for HP LaserJet Pro M402n ink

HP 26X (CF226X) Black Compatible Toner Cartridge

Toner cartridge for the HP LaserJet Pro MFP M426dw, LaserJet Pro M402d, and more!

Regular Price: $196.95

Special Price $46.95

9,000 Page Yield
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HP 26A (CF226A) Black Compatible Toner Cartridge

Toner Cartridge for HP LaserJet Pro MFP M426fdn, HP LaserJet Pro M402dn, and Many More!

Regular Price: $114.95

Special Price $42.95

3100 Page Yield
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How To Replace Cartridge

Here's how easy it is to replace a toner cartridge in an HP LaserJet Pro M402n printer.


  1. Open the front panel of the printer.
  2. Pull out the old empty toner cartridge.
  3. Unwrap the new toner cartridge.
  4. Slide the new cartridge inside the printer.
  5. Close the front panel.


Frequently Asked Questions


When should I get a replacement toner cartridge for my HP LaserJet Pro M402n printer?

The best time to get a replacement HP toner cartridge is when the printer displays the ‘Cartridge is low’ error message, which indicates that the cartridge is already running low on toner.


Can I continue printing with a ‘Cartridge is low’ error message on my printer panel?

Yes. The ‘Cartridge is low’ error message does not necessarily mean that you have to replace the cartridge now. It simply indicates that the cartridge is running low on toner. To maximize the remaining toner, simply remove the cartridge and give it a few shakes to distribute the toner inside evenly. Then, reinstall the cartridge and resume printing.


Why is the high yield compatible toner cartridge more expensive than the standard cartridge?

The high yield cartridge is more expensive because it contains more toner than the standard cartridge. More toner equates to more printed pages—so you can basically print thrice as many pages using a high yield cartridge than a standard cartridge for just a few dollars more.