PIXMA MP140Cartridge prices starting at $11.95
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- Remanufactured Canon PG-40 & CL-41 Ink Cartridge 6-Piece Combo Pack
Includes 4 PG-40 Black, and 2 CL-41 ColorLearn More$48.996 Cartridges / $ ea
- Remanufactured Canon PG-40 & CL-41 Ink Cartridge 3-Piece Combo Pack
Includes 2x PG-40 Black and 1x CL-41 Color Remanufactured Ink CartridgesLearn More$29.993 Cartridges / $ ea
- Remanufactured Canon PG-30 & CL-31 Ink Cartridge 3-Piece Combo Pack
Includes 2 PG-30 Black and 1 CL-31 ColorLearn More$29.993 Cartridges / $ ea
- Canon CL-31 Remanufactured Color Moderate-Yield Ink Cartridge 207 Page Yield
- Remanufactured Canon PG-40 Ink Cartridge Pigment Black (0615B002) 195 Page Yield
- Canon PG-30 (1899B002) Remanufactured Pigment Black Ink Cartridge 215 Page Yield
How to Replace Cartridge(s)
Here's a step-by-step guide to replacing the ink cartridge on the Canon PIXMA MP140:
- Make sure that your Canon PIXMA MP140 is on.
- Open the scanning unit. Then, wait until the cartridge holder moves to the left.
- Press down on the old ink cartridge, and then remove it from its slot.
- Remove the new ink cartridge from its packaging and gently remove the protective tape.
- Install the ink cartridge into its slot. Then, push it firmly until it clicks into position.
- Close the scanning unit.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to replace the ink cartridge on my Canon PIXMA MP140 when printing becomes faint?
Not necessarily. When printing becomes faint, it could be that the printhead nozzles are clogged. Perform a printhead cleaning first to improve the print quality.
Why do I have to clean the printhead only when necessary?
Cleaning the printhead consumes ink, so do it only when you notice print quality issues or during maintenance.
I just replaced the ink cartridges on my PIXMA MP140, but it does not print afterward. What could be the problem?
If you have just installed new cartridges and the PIXMA MP140 does not print after the installation, chances are the ink cartridges are installed incorrectly or the protective tape remains on the ink cartridge. Remove the cartridges first and peel off the protective tape before reinstalling them correctly.