Lexmark X7675 ink
Cartridge prices starting at $15.95
The Lexmark X7675 allows you to print from anywhere in your home or office, thanks to its wireless connectivity feature. But this feature becomes utterly useless if your Lexmark suddenly runs out of ink and there’s an urgent need to print. So, don’t wait for this to happen—make sure to have replacement ink cartridges on hand. Carrot Ink offers you low-cost alternatives to your overly expensive genuine cartridges. Our remanufactured ink cartridges, such as the High-Yield Lexmark 44XL (18Y0144) Black, allow you to save up to 75% off the original price of genuine cartridges. Plus, they are rebuilt to meet OEM specifications with printer compatibility guaranteed or your money back.
Single Ink Cartridges
Regular Price: $29.95
Special Price $15.95
How To Replace Cartridge
- Open up the printer. If it isn’t turned on yet, press the Power button.
- Open the printer cover.
- Grab the cartridge handle.
- Press the cartridge release tab.
- Slide the used ink cartridge out of the printer. Put the old cartridge inside the packaging materials for recycling.
- Unpack the new ink cartridge.
- Insert the new ink cartridge in a slightly upward angle, and then push down firmly until you hear it snap shut.
- Close the printer cover.
- Run a test copy to check the compatibility of the new ink cartridge with the printer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a way for me to check the ink levels on my Lexmark X7675 printer?
Yes. Simply use the Lexmark Service Center to check the ink levels of the print cartridges. From the ‘Maintenance’ page, you can hover over the cartridge icons to see how much ink is remaining in each cartridge.
How do I preserve the extra ink cartridges that I bought recently?
Make sure to keep the new ink cartridges in their packaging until you are ready to install them. Also, do not expose them to direct heat and sunlight and store them in an upright position.
Why should I not remove a used ink cartridge from my printer unless I’m ready to install a new one?
The printhead can dry out if left exposed for an extended period. So, leave the old ink cartridge in the cartridge slot until you’re ready to install a new one.