HP Deskjet 855Cse Ink
Cartridge prices starting at $30.95
A personal printer, the HP DeskJet 855CSE promises quality prints each time, with colors rich and blacks deep to ensure you get crisp texts and vivid images no matter your printing requirements. It is easy to use and comes with flexible paper handling support to let you use the paper type and size you require. Need to save on energy costs? It also comes with a sleep mode feature to help you out.
Available replacement ink cartridges for the HP DeskJet 855CSE include
HP 45 (51645A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridges. They come with up to 50% off in discounts and are rated to yield up to an estimated 930 pages.
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How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Replacing ink cartridges for the HP DeskJet 855CSE is simple. Just follow these easy steps:
- Make sure printer is turned on.
- Open top cover.
- Snap up cradle latch from top of old ink cartridge to release it.
- Remove the old ink cartridge from slot.
- Remove the new ink cartridge from packaging. Remove protective covering from the new ink cartridge.
- Place the new ink cartridge into empty slot and push down to secure it.
- Close the latch until you hear a click. It's normal to feel some resistance when closing the latch. Just apply a bit of pressure to successfully close it.
- Close the top cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there precautions to handling replacement ink cartridges?
Make sure you hold only the plastic parts of an ink cartridge, avoiding ink nozzles and copper contacts to prevent issues with print quality.
How do I store replacement ink cartridges?
Simply keep them sealed in their packages in a cool, dry place. Unopened and stored right, our HP 45 (51645A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridges for the HP DeskJet 855CSE will stay in good working condition for up to two years.
What are the advantages of buying remanufactured ink cartridges?
Remanufactured ink cartridges let you save on costs without compromising your desired printing quality. They also support recycling efforts, making them god for the environment.