HP Deskjet 845C Ink
Cartridge prices starting at $19.95
When you see the HP Deskjet 845C, the first thing you'll probably notice is how compact it is. Indeed, it's lightweight (12 pounds) and small at 7.2 x 17.6 x 13.8 inches, so it makes the perfect addition to any desktop or home office table. But aside from its compact design, its two-cartridge ink system is an added bonus too. It's easy to maintain, so when it starts running out of ink, you only need to get two replacement ink cartridges. And they are very much available right here at Inkjets.com. Our Remanufactured HP 17 Tri-Color and HP 15 Black Ink Cartridges are rebuilt to OE standards, so they'll fit and work on your Deskjet 845C seamlessly. Order them here now!
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Replace the ink cartridge on the HP Deskjet 845C by following these steps:
- Verify that the Out tray is down.
- Press the Power button to turn on the printer, and open the top cover. Wait until the cradle moves to the center of the printer.
- Raise the cradle latch, and then lift the toner cartridge out of the print cartridge cradle and discard it.
- Remove the packaging from the replacement toner cartridge and carefully remove the protective vinyl tape.
- Holding the toner cartridge vertically with the copper contacts toward the rear of the printer, push the toner cartridge down into the cradle.
- Secure the cradle latch.
- Close the top cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does it mean when the Print Cartridge Status light on the HP Deskjet 845C flashes?
When the Print Cartridge Status light on the HP Deskjet 845C flashes, it could mean one of three things: the wrong print cartridge type is used, a print cartridge is incorrectly installed, or the top cover is open.
Why is it necessary to align the print cartridges after installing a new print cartridge on the 845C?
After installing a new print cartridge on the 845C, aligning the print cartridges can help ensure the best print quality.
Do you ship orders internationally?
As of now, we only ship to the US, its territories, and US military/diplomatic addresses. But we are soon expanding into Canada.