Stylus Photo RX595Cartridge prices starting at $8.99
Shop Cartridges for Stylus Photo RX595
- Remanufactured Epson 78 Ink Cartridge 6-Piece Combo
$24.996 Cartridges / $ ea
- (1) T078120 Black
- (1) T078220 Cyan
- (1) T078320 Magenta
- (1) T078420 Yellow
- (1) T078520 Light Cyan
- (1) T078620 Light Magenta
- Epson 78 (T078620) Remanufactured Light Magenta Ink Cartridge 515 Page Yield
How to Replace Cartridge(s)
Here's how to replace the ink cartridge on the Epson Stylus Photo RX595:
- Check if the power of your Epson Printer is turned on.
- Open the scanner followed by the cartridge cover.
- Pinch the tab on the used ink cartridge, and then lift it straight out of its slot. Follow your local regulations when discarding the cartridge.
- Slide the new ink cartridge out of its protective bag. Be careful not to touch the green chip.
- Pull the yellow protective tape from the bottom of the cartridge.
- Install the ink cartridge firmly into the holder until you hear an audible click.
- If necessary, repeat the previous steps to replace the other ink cartridges.
- Close the cartridge cover followed by the scanner. Push OK to start charging the ink for about 2 minutes.
Frequently Asked Questions
One of the ink cartridges in my Epson Stylus Photo RX595 is running low on ink. Can I still continue printing or do I have to replace the cartridge with a new one first?
If one of the Epson Stylus Photo RX595 ink cartridges is low on ink, you may continue printing. But we highly suggest getting a replacement Epson ink cartridge but the remaining ink level inside the cartridge may not last that long.
I got one expended Epson ink cartridge, but the other ink cartridges are not. Can I still make a few more copies?
No. You cannot copy or print if one of the ink cartridges is expended even if the others are not. To resume copying, you'd better replace the expended cartridge first.
Why is it important to install new ink cartridges immediately after removing the old ones from the Epson printer?
You must install new ink cartridges after removing the old ones to prevent the printhead nozzles from drying out.