Question about HP PSC 750 All-In-One InkJet Printer
1. Allow your injet printer to run entirely out of ink. Unless the quality of your images is suffering, there is no problem with letting your ink run low.
2. Open the printer door. It should fold from the top down toward the tray. When it is open, it should expose the inner workings of the printer.
3. Press the change cartridge button. It is at the top of the printer next to the power button.
4. Pull on the green top of the inkjet ink cartridge and remove it up and out of its holder. Do this gently so the printer is not damaged in the process.
5. Recycle the empty inkjet cartridge or have it refilled at an ink refilling center.
6. Carefully remove the tape from the refilled or new inkjet ink cartridge and insert the cartridge in the same orientation as the one you removed.
7. Push on the green top until the cartridge snaps into place, press the cartridge change button and close the printer door.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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