HP PhotoSmart C4750 Ink
Cartridge prices starting at $11.95
Don’t be fooled by its size; the HP PhotoSmart C4750 is an all-in-one machine that can both print and scan on various media types. As such, you need to partner this with a consistent and reliable ink cartridge that won’t fail you in terms of quality.
At Carrot Ink, our remanufactured cartridges are made to help our customers save more on their office supplies without compromising the quality of their work. Created under an ISO-9001 certified facility, we guarantee you 100% satisfaction on every purchase, whether you choose our single ink cartridges or our HP 60XL Remanufactured 5-Pack Combo. Give us a call or message us via live chat if you need clarification on our products.
Single Ink Cartridges
Regular Price: $42.95
Special Price $16.95
Regular Price: $27.95
Special Price $17.95
Regular Price: $18.95
Special Price $11.95
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How To Replace Cartridge
- Turn your printer on and open the ink cartridge access door. Wait until the carriage stops moving, before you gently press the old cartridge down. After its release, dispose of it properly.
- Unpack your new cartridge. Pull on the pink tab so you can remove the protective tape. Be careful not to touch the ink nozzles and electrical contacts to prevent ink cartridge damage.
- Take the new cartridge and install it in the correct slot. Tri-color inks go to the left, while the black ink goes to the right.
- Place your new cartridge into the slot and gently, but firmly, push it towards the machine. You’ll hear it pop into place.
- Close the ink cartridge access door and press the OK button when prompted. Follow instructions on the control panel for the alignment page.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the difference between the HP60 and the HP60XL?
While both perform well, the HP60XL offers a higher page yield than its HP60 counterpart. The HP 60XL (CC641WN) Black High-Yield Remanufactured Ink Cartridge can produce up to 600 pages, while the HP 60 (CC640WN) Black Remanufactured Ink Cartridge can produce up to 200 pages.
What is the expiration date for these cartridges?
Our cartridges have a shelf life of 18 to 24 months. However, to make it last longer, store it inside a sealed bag and keep it inside a cool, dry place. The cartridges should also be upright always to avoid leakage.
Do I need to replace all my cartridges before I can print successfully again?
You only need to replace the cartridges that your printer is warning you to replace. You, however, need all cartridges present to successfully print.