Stylus C84

Stylus C84

Cartridge prices starting at $7.95

Designed for both text-based documents and photos, the Epson Stylus C84 offers fast printing speeds of up to 22 pages per minute (black) and 12 ppm (color) and true borderless printing in popular photo sizes. It can even print an 8x10 sharp and detailed color photo in as fast as 2.5 minutes at 5,760x1, 440 optimized dpi resolution. And since it comes with cost-saving individual ink cartridges, getting a replacement is never a hassle. In fact, there are lots of affordable options for you right here at Inkjets. Our replacement ink cartridges, including the Epson 43 Remanufactured Black High-Yield Ink Cartridge, cost as much as 40% off than the originals but offer the same high-quality prints and performance. Place your order with us today.

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Here’s how to replace the ink cartridge on the Epson Stylus C84:


  1. Turn on the printer. The power light should be on but not flashing.
  2. Make sure the output tray is lowered. Then open the printer cover.
  3. Press the ink button and wait until the printhead moves to the left and the empty cartridge stops under the ‘no ink’ mark.
  4. Press the ink button again to identify other empty ink cartridges. Once all cartridges have been identified, wait until the printhead moves to the ink cartridge replacement position.
  5. Open the cartridge cover, and then pinch the tab of the empty ink cartridge and lift it out of the printer.
  6. Shake the new ink cartridge before removing it from the package.
  7. Lower the new cartridge into the holder and press down until it is firmly seated.
  8. Close the cartridge cover and close the printer cover.


Frequently Asked Questions


The ink out light is not flashing or on, but the cartridge is already beyond 6 months inside the Epson Stylus C84. Should I replace it soon?

If the print quality is still acceptable, you may continue to use. But make sure you order a replacement cartridge soon.


What to do if ink gets into my eyes while installing new ink cartridges?

When ink gets into your eyes, you should flush them immediately with water.


What is the difference between the remanufactured Epson 44 and Epson 43 ink cartridges?

The remanufactured Epson 43 ink cartridges are the high-yield cartridges, while the Epson 44 cartridges are the standard cartridges and contain less ink than the Epson 43.