PhotoSmart C4440

Cartridge prices starting at $19.99

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

  1. Make sure the printer is on.
  2. Pull down the cartridge door to open. Wait for the carriage to move and stop at the right side of the printer.
  3. Press down on the used ink cartridge to release it. Then, pull it out toward you to take it out of the printer.
  4. Remove the new cartridge from the packaging and remove the plastic sealing tape by pulling the pink pull tab.
  5. Slide the new cartridge into the empty slot and push it firmly until it locks into place.
  6. Close the cartridge door.


Frequently Asked Questions


Where should I put the black print cartridge: the right slot or the left slot?

The black print cartridge should go to the right slot, while the tri-color cartridge should go to the left slot.


Why is it necessary for your HP PhotoSmart C4440 to align the cartridge after installation?

When a new ink cartridge is installed, your HP printer will automatically align the cartridge to ensure high-quality print output.


Is it safe to touch the ink nozzles or the copper-colored contacts of the new ink cartridge?

No. Once the plastic tape is removed, you have to make sure not to touch the copper-colored contacts or ink nozzles. Failure to do so can lead to bad electrical connections, ink failure, and clogging.