LaserJet 1022Cartridge prices starting at $25.95
The HP LaserJet 1022 laser printer accepts a variety of media types, including plain paper, LaserJet, photo, envelopes, transparencies, labels, cardstock, and postcards. It is PC and Mac compatible. Amazon users give this printer 4.1 out of 5 stars. They like its print quality, but not how loud it is. And some users are not keen on sticking to original HP cartridges too. Not because they don’t care about the quality of the prints, but because the high cost of these OEM cartridges can sure take a toll on their budget. If you’re among them, you’ll be glad to know that we carry more affordable options here at Carrot Ink. Purchase our HP 12A (Q2612A) Black Compatible Toner Cartridge to enjoy the same high-quality prints at a fraction of the cost of OEM cartridges. We ship fast, so you can resume printing soon.
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How to Replace Cartridge(s)
Do you need to replace the toner in your HP LaserJet 1022 printer? Follow these five simple steps.
- First, lift open the print cartridge door.
- Next, take the empty cartridge out of the printer.
- Take the new cartridge out of its packaging and shake it gently several times. Without touching the drum on the bottom, pull the tab and remove the plastic tape.
- Insert the new cartridge in the printer.
- Lower the print cartridge door.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I immediately replace the old toner cartridge on my HP LaserJet 1022 the moment I experience print quality issues?
Not necessarily. There are many other factors that affect print quality such as the type of paper use, the printer’s environment, connections, and condition, and the driver settings. If there are no issues in any of these areas, then try resetting your printer. Did it resolve the issue? If not, then it’s time to change the toner cartridge.
Why am I getting an ‘Install Black Cartridge’ error message even if I just inserted a new black cartridge?
The ‘Install Black Cartridge’ error message may indicate an obstruction that’s preventing the new cartridge from being recognized. Did you remove the sealing tape on the new cartridge before installing it? If not, then pull out the cartridge from the printer and remove the sealing tape before inserting it back into the printer.
When I encounter a ghosting issue while printing, does it mean my printer’s toner cartridge already needs replacement?
Not really. Ghosting can also be due to a drum unit or imaging kit nearing the end of its service life. Try changing it and see if it fixes the ghosting issue.