HP PSC 2355 InkCartridge prices starting at $12.95
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How to Replace Cartridge(s)
- Turn your printer on.
- Open the printer cover and then wait until the carriage stops moving and is silent.
- Remove the old cartridge by pressing down on it lightly until it’s released from its slot, and then by sliding it towards you.
- Take the new cartridge from its packaging and remove the protective tape. Be careful not to touch the copper-colored contacts and the ink nozzle to avoid clogs and ink failures after installation.
- Slide the new cartridge into the empty slot and push it until it snaps into place. Close the printer cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the shelf life of this ink?
This ink has a shelf life of 18 to 24 months. To extend its longevity, keep your cartridges in sealed bags and store it in a cool, dry place. Make sure that it’s always in an upright position to prevent any leaks.
Does it come with a warranty?
Yes! You’d be happy to know that this ink cartridge has a 1-year warranty as well as a money back guarantee! If you’re unhappy with our product, for any reason, just let us know and we’ll refund or give you a new product.
How many pages can a single cartridge print?
A single cartridge can yield up to 480 pages. However, this depends largely on how often you use your printer, how heavy the images are, as well as your printer’s settings.