Deskjet 6520

Cartridge prices starting at $9.95

The HP Photosmart 6520 is a wireless color photo printer with scanner and copier. It can print at speeds of up to 12 ppm black and up to 8.5 ppm color and scan at up to 1200 dpi resolution. It also offers automatic two-sided printing to save time and resources and allows you to print wirelessly for more convenience. And when one of its ink cartridges runs out, you don’t have to spend much because here at Inkjets, you can find affordable remanufactured HP ink cartridges that work just as good as the originals. Our listing below includes the remanufactured HP 94, 95, 100, and more. Shop here now!

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Here’s how to replace the ink cartridge on the HP Deskjet 6520:


  1. Make sure that the Deskjet 6520 is on.
  2. Open the cartridge access door and wait for the carriage to move to the ink label part of the printer.
  3. Press the tab on the cartridge that needs replacement and pull it out of the printer.
  4. Remove the cartridge from the packaging. Then, twist the orange cap to snap it off.
  5. Slide the new cartridge into its corresponding slot until it locks into place.
  6. Repeat steps 3 to 5 if you need to replace other ink cartridges.
  7. Close the cartridge access door.


Frequently Asked Questions


Can I resume printing immediately after installing a new ink cartridge on my HP Deskjet 6520?

Yes. But if ink levels are full but print quality is poor, try aligning the Deskjet 6520 for best print quality.


What to do if I receive a low ink alert message?

Once you receive a low ink alert message, prepare a new ink cartridge immediately to avoid any printing delays.


I am getting an ink cartridge error problem—what to do?

You can try removing and reinserting the ink cartridges properly. Make sure that the ink cartridges are placed in their correct slots.