HP LaserJet P1005 Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $21.95
Let your prints stay as sharp as you are with HP LaserJet P1005 Toner and save as much as 73% on ink costs! Carrot Ink is the best hub for remanufactured toner cartridges, with quality as superior as genuine brands. You don’t have to spend on overpriced inks anymore because we got your printing needs covered, whether it’s an HP 35A (CB435A) JUMBO Black Compatible Toner Cartridge or an HP 35A (CB435A) Black Compatible Toner Cartridge that you need. All Carrot Ink products are backed by 1-year satisfaction guarantee! We also offer a no-questions-asked return policy. If you need any help, feel free to contact our friendly customer service team via live chat or phone call.
Single Ink Cartridges
Regular Price: $59.95
Special Price $24.95
How To Replace Cartridge
- Turn the power button on. Open the print cartridge door and then carefully remove used print cartridge by pulling it upward.
- Unbox the new print cartridge. Always remember to hold the cartridge at both ends to prevent it from being damaged. Carefully pull the tab until the tape is completely removed from the cartridge. You can also use the box to hold the used cartridge which you can put away for recycling.
- Gently shake the new cartridge back and forth 6-8 times to evenly distribute the ink inside.
- Insert the print cartridge into the machine and then close the top cover.
I have an HP LaserJet P1006 Printer. Will this toner work with my machine?
Yes, this toner cartridge is compatible with your HP LaserJet P1006 Printer.
We normally print a lot of documents at work. What toner do you suggest we use?
Our standard remanufactured HP LaserJet P1005 Toner yields approximately 1,500 pages. But if you need a cartridge that has a higher printing capacity, you can buy our HP 35A (CB435A) JUMBO Black Compatible Toner Cartridge which can print up to 3,000 pages.
What is the expiration date of this cartridge?
This cartridge has a shelf life of 24-36 months if stored properly in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight and heat.