Stylus Photo R300MCartridge prices starting at $8.95
Shop Cartridges for Stylus Photo R300M
- Epson 48 Remanufactured Ink Cartridge 7-Piece Combo Pack
$35.957 Cartridges / $ ea
- (2) T048120 Black
- (1) T048220 Cyan
- (1) T048320 Magenta
- (1) T048420 Yellow
- (1) T048520 Light Cyan
- (1) T048620 Light Magenta
- Epson 48 (T048620) Remanufactured Light Magenta Ink Cartridge 400 Page Yield
How to Replace Cartridge(s)
Here's a step-by-step guide to replacing the ink cartridge on the Epson Stylus Photo R300M:
- Turn your Epson Stylus Photo R300M on.
- Open the front cover, and then wait until the printhead moves to the replacement position.
- Open the ink cartridge cover and push down on the tab of the used ink cartridge.
- Get the ink cartridge out of its slot. Make sure to discard it according to local regulations.
- Unpack the new ink cartridge.
- Lower the ink cartridge into the printhead holder with the green circuit board facing the front.
- Lightly press the ink cartridge down into its corresponding slot until it clicks into position.
- Close the ink cartridge cover.
- Press the left front cover forward to lock it into place.
- Close the front cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm getting very light printouts. Do I have to replace the ink cartridges on my Epson Stylus Photo R300M to resolve this print quality issue?
Not necessarily. Light printouts may also be due to clogged nozzles. Print a Nozzle Check Pattern first to see if ink is properly delivered. Then, clean the printhead, if necessary, to unclog the nozzles.
How would I know if I need to replace the ink cartridge on my Phto R300M?
If the red error light remains on, it means the ink cartridge is already empty. Make sure to replace it at once because you will not be able to print if one of the ink cartridges is empty.
Why should I leave the empty ink cartridge inside my Epson printer if I don't have a replacement on hand?
You should leave the empty ink cartridge inside your Epson printer if you don't have a replacement on hand to prevent the remaining ink in the printhead nozzles from drying out.