LaserJet 4250

Cartridge prices starting at $56.95

The HP LaserJet 4250 is a black-and-white printer with a high monthly duty cycle of 200,000 pages. It is compatible with both PCs and Macs. This printer has 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution. If you’ve got this printer and you are looking for a replacement toner cartridge, why not choose a more affordable option? Carrot Ink offers remanufactured toner cartridges that provide the clearest prints and the best value for money. All of our HP remanufactured cartridges carry a full 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you can rest assured that the product you’ll get is of superior quality. Order now and take advantage of our free shipping offer if you’re from any of the 48 adjoining states.

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Here's how to replace the toner in your HP LaserJet 4250 printer.


  1. First, lift up the top cover.
  2. Next, take the empty toner cartridge out of the printer.
  3. Give your new print cartridge a few shakes, and then take off all the paper and plastic covers. Grasp the seal sticking out of the side and pull it out.
  4. Place the new cartridge in the printer.
  5. Lower the top cover.


Frequently Asked Questions


How to avail of your free shipping?

If you place an order with a subtotal of $40 or more, standard USPS shipping is free for all states other than Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Guam, and all other U.S. territories.


What to do if my HP LaserJet 4250 keeps printing black toner specks on the page even if I’ve replaced the fuser assembly and cleaned the printer already?

If you have already cleaned your HP printer and replaced its fuser assembly but still the black toner specks on page persist, then it’s time to replace your old toner cartridge.


Is the new toner cartridge to blame for my HP printer’s smearing toner on envelopes and letterheads?

No. The new toner cartridge has nothing to do with this issue much more the fuser assembly. What’s really causing this problem is a setting on your computer that should be adjusted. Make sure you specify on the computer that the paper type is letterhead or cardstock. Or you may also try changing the fuser mode for envelopes on the printer.