HP PhotoSmart D5360 ink
Cartridge prices starting at $8.95
The HP PhotoSmart D5360 offers printing speeds up to 32 ppm black and 24 ppm color, with photos out as fast as 26 seconds. It also allows you to preview and print photos without the use of your laptop or computer—thanks to its 1.5 in LCD Display. All these features and more make photo printing fast and easy, but it sure won’t be fun when it’s time to buy one of those expensive genuine cartridges to replace your old cartridge. Good thing, there are cheaper alternatives, and we’ve got them here at Carrot Ink. Our listing below includes the remanufactured HP 74XL, HP 75XL, HP 99, and HP 100. Purchase one or all cartridges to save on printing costs. Or you might want to consider getting our combo pack for an even bigger discount. Shop now!
Single Ink Cartridges
Regular Price: $26.95
Special Price $10.95
Regular Price: $32.95
Special Price $11.95
Regular Price: $27.95
Special Price $8.95
How To Replace Cartridge
- Open the cartridge access door.
- Wait until the carriage moves to the far right side of the printer and continue when it becomes idle and silent.
- Pull the used ink cartridge toward you to remove it from the printer.
- Get the new ink cartridge and remove it from the packaging.
- Use the pink pull tab to remove the plastic tape on the new cartridge.
- Make sure not to touch the copper-colored contacts or ink nozzles.
- Insert the new cartridge into the correct slot and push it firmly until it locks into place.
- Close the cartridge access door.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I use my HP PhotoSmart D5360 for everyday printing, what is the best combination of cartridges to install?
For everyday printing, the black cartridge and the tri-color cartridge make a good combination for your PhotoSmart D5360.
How about if I use my printer mostly for printing color photos—which cartridges should I install?
For color photos, the best combination of cartridges to use is the photo cartridge and the tri-color cartridge.
I’m installing a photo print cartridge but the black ink is not yet empty—what should I do?
If you need to install a photo print cartridge in place of the black cartridge, simply store the black cartridge in an airtight plastic container or a print cartridge protector to keep it secured when not in use.