HP Deskjet 690 Ink
Cartridge prices starting at $13.95
As far as personal printers go, the HP DeskJet 690 is one of the must-haves. It offers great print speeds and resolution that allows for professional, quality prints. But make sure you always have extra ink cartridges on hand for uninterrupted printing. Inkjets.com, the leading provider of top-tier replacement ink cartridges, can help you with this. Check out our HP 49 (51649A) Remanufactured Color Ink Cartridge, with its 310-page yield, and our HP 29 (51629A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridge, which offers 650. For those looking for razor-harp print resolution, these cartridges won't disappoint you. They are more affordable than OEMs, but can produce the same superior results. Order today and enjoy up to 58% off, plus free shipping for orders worth $30 or more.
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Replace the ink cartridge in your HP DeskJet 690 the proper way by following these simple steps:
- Turn on the printer by pressing the Power button.
- Open the top cover and wait until the print carriage stops moving at the center of the machine.
- Release the used ink cartridge and remove it from the cradle.
- Take out the new ink cartridge from its packaging, then carefully peel off the sealing tape. Avoid touching the ink nozzles and copper strips.
- Place the ink cartridge into the cradle snugly, then push it down until you hear a click.
- Close the top cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is page yield?
The number of printed pages an ink cartridge can produce is called the page yield. But this number is only an estimated amount. What you'll get may vary because of several factors, including the resolution settings of your printer, type of paper and frequency of use.
Are remanufactured safe to use?
Given how they met, or even exceeded quality requirements, remanufactured ink cartridges are guaranteed safe to use with your HP DeskJet 690 printer. They also won't void its warranties, so no worries on that side either.
What can I do to extend the life of my unopened ink cartridges?
If you've ordered Inkjets.com's HP 49 (51649A) Remanufactured Color Ink and HP 29 (51629A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridges but won't be using them soon, then you only need to store them properly. Keep them somewhere dark and dry, with consistent temperature to avoid degrading their composition. This same storage space should be clean and dust-free, as well.