HP LaserJet 1005 Ink & Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $19.95
The HP LaserJet 1005 is a limited edition monochrome unit, with printing speeds of up to 14 pages per minute. It can produce crisp, black documents of up to 1200 dpi on a variety of media types, including envelops, films, transparencies, photo paper, and plain paper.
With Inkjets.com, you won’t have to break the bank the next time you need a new cartridge. Our HP 15A (C7115A) Remanufactured Black Toner Cartridge is made to meet and exceed OEM standards, guaranteeing you that the print quality won’t change in spite of its low price point.
We have been in the business for the past 20 years, which gives us the confidence to give a 100% satisfaction guarantee to our clients. In fact, all our products come with a 1-year warranty and a fantastic return policy. If you’re unhappy with any purchase, we’ll refund you at full price. So start shopping today.
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
- Open your printer’s cartridge door and remove the old cartridge.
- Unpack your new toner. Then, gently shake it from side to side several times to help distribute the ink inside.
- Locate the tab on the left side of the toner and break it loose.
- Pull the tab until you’ve removed the entire length of the tape.
- Insert the new toner into the machine.
- Close your printer’s cartridge door.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will this work with my HP LaserJet 1005?
Yes, it will. We make sure that our toners come with the same dimensions and features as that of the original cartridges. We guarantee that they will work well with your printer without voiding its warranty.
What are the terms of your warranty?
All our products come with a 1-year warranty, valid upon purchase date. We also have fantastic return policy. If you’re unhappy with your purchase, we’ll refund you at full price or replace your product.
If I order more than one toner, how long can I store them?
Our toners have a long shelf life—24 to 36 months to be exact. To make sure your cartridges don’t dry up before that time, we advise that you don’t take them out of their packaging until you need to install them. Then, store them in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.