Stylus NX410

Cartridge prices starting at $9.99

Designed for home or small offices, the Epson Stylus NX410 offers basic printing, copying, and scanning functions in one. It can print at speeds of up to 34 pages per minute in black—so whether you're printing a standard document like a term paper or the more complex ones, this machine can help get things done fast without sacrificing print quality. And when it starts running low on ink, you don't need to look far just to get a new set of Epson ink cartridges. Inkjets offers a wide selection of remanufactured ink cartridges including the Epson 68 and Epson 69 cartridges all at reasonably low prices. Check out our listing below for the exact Epson ink cartridge that you need.

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  1. Epson 69 Remanufactured Ink Cartridge 4-Pack Combo
    Epson 69 Remanufactured Ink Cartridge 4-Pack Combo
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    Includes 1 Epson 69 Black, 1 Epson 69 Cyan, 1 Epson 69 Magenta, and 1 Epson 69 Yellow Remanufactured Ink Cartridges.

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Here's how to replace the ink cartridge on the Epson Stylus NX410:


  1. Turn on your Epson Stylus NX410. Then, open the scanner unit and the ink cartridge cover.
  2. Grasp the tab on the old ink cartridge and lift it straight up to remove it from the slot.
  3. Gently rock the new ink cartridge package back and forth four or five times. Then, remove the ink cartridge from its packaging.
  4. Make sure to remove the yellow protective tape from the bottom of the cartridge.
  5. Install the new ink cartridge into the printhead holder. Then, press it down until it is seated firmly.
  6. Close the cartridge cover, and then push it down firmly.
  7. Close the scanner unit.


Frequently Asked Questions


Why do I have to leave the empty ink cartridges installed in my Epson Stylus NX410 until I'm ready to replace them with new cartridges?

You have to leave the empty ink cartridges installed until you've got new ink cartridges on hand to prevent the remaining ink in the printhead nozzles from drying out. 


I don't have new ink cartridges on hand—what can I do to get rid of the light bands across the printouts?

You don't necessarily have to replace the ink cartridges when you notice light bands across the printouts. What you can do is clean the printhead to unclog the nozzles.


What is the difference between the Remanufactured Epson 68 and Epson 69 Ink Cartridges?

The Remanufactured Epson 68 and Epson 69 Ink Cartridges differ in the amount of ink that they contain. The Epson 68 is the high-yield version, so it contains more ink and yields more pages than the standard Epson 69.