Question about HP Computers & Internet
This is fairly simple. first make sure you have the proper replacement cartradge. then open the frount of your printer. your cartridge compartment should slide to the middle. to open these compartment you should look at them they should have an arrow or some sort of instructions. remove the old cartridges, take the new cartridges and make sure the securtity tape has been removed from over the bottom. then place them in the proper slots, black/color. firmly push them in, and close the ink compartments and the frount of your printer. you should be ready to go! if these instructions were not helpful, you should refer to the printers user manual and lookup ink replacement. if you have no manual, then search for your printer type and model and check out the faqs.
I hope this information was helpful.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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