HP LaserJet 4250n Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $39.95
Be a printing boss at home or at work with high-yielding and superb quality HP LaserJet 4250n toner from Carrot Ink! On top of that, you can save up to 80% on costs! Our inks and toners are built to complement your name-brand printers. We also offer inks and toners with greater yield like the HP 42X (Q5942X) Black High-Yield Remanufactured Toner Cartridge for your massive printing requirements. Carrot Ink’s cartridges also come with a one-year warranty, and our stellar customer service team is always there to help you out with questions. We’ve been doing this since 1998 and we’d love to extend our service to you!
Single Ink Cartridges
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How To Replace Cartridge
- Begin the process by powering the printer on. Open the cartridge access door. Make sure that there is paper in the input tray before you replace the toner.
- Pull out the used toner cartridge out of the printer.
- Unbox the new toner cartridge and remove the tape completely by pulling on the tab.
- Place the new cartridge into the slot and seat it firmly. Wait for the printer to run an alignment test to ensure that you’ve installed the toner properly.
If I use this ink on my printer, will it void the warranty of the machine?
No, the warranty of your machine will be intact.
What does high yield printing mean?
A high-yielding toner cartridge means it can produce a greater number of prints. This type of cartridge is ideal if you print large volumes of documents on a regular basis. Our HP 42X (Q5942X) Black High-Yield Remanufactured Toner Cartridge, for instance, can yield up to 20,000 pages. Please take note that page yield is just an estimate based on standard page coverage. Actual number of pages will vary depending on factors such as usage, paper type, and more.
Does this have an expiration date?
Our products have a shelf life of 24-36 months. They can last for that duration as long as they are kept in the original packaging and stored in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight and heat.