HP LaserJet 4000 Ink & Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $28.95
The HP Laserjet 4000 is a reliable black and white printer with print speeds of up to 17 pages per minute at 1200 dpi resolution. It also comes with an 8MB memory, which is expandable to 100MB, and a 600-sheet paper input. But what makes this more attractive to users is its low operating cost, with the option to use high-yield toner cartridges for large-volume print jobs. And replacements for these cartridges do not cost a lot too, thanks to Inkjets.com's high-quality yet affordable compatible high-yield toner cartridges. Our HP 27X (C4127X) Compatible Black High-Yield Toner Cartridge, for one, costs 40% less than the price of genuine HP cartridge, but it works just as good and provides the same page yield. If you're interested to know more about this product, feel free to contact us.
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Here's how to replace the toner cartridge on the HP LaserJet 4000:
- Open the top cover.
- Hold the used toner cartridge by the handle and pull it out of the printer.
- Get the new toner cartridge and remove it from the package. Gently pull the sealing tape tab to remove the entire length of the protective tape on the new cartridge.
- Hold the new cartridge by the handle and insert it into the printer. Firmly push it in as far as it will go until you hear it click into place.
- Close the top cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I continue printing when toner is low on the HP LaserJet 4000?
To continue printing when toner is low on your LaserJet 4000, simply set the 'TONER LOW' to 'CONTINUE'.
I don't have a replacement toner cartridge just yet—how can I temporarily print when toner is low?
To be able to temporarily print and improve print quality when toner is low, remove the toner cartridge, gently shake it to redistribute the remaining toner, and then reinstall.
How much is the standard shipping fee for orders below $30?
When your order is below $30, the standard shipping fee of $3.95 will apply (for orders shipping to any of the 48 contiguous states).