HP LaserJet 9050dn Ink & Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $135.95
The HP Laserjet 9050DN is a network-ready monochrome laser printer with auto duplex printing. It can print up to 50 pages per minute, with the first page out in approximately 8 seconds. Got one in your office? Then, be sure to have a spare replacement toner cartridge on hand to continuously enjoy its features. Purchase one here at Inkjets.com and take advantage of our fast, free shipping in 48 contiguous states. Our HP 43X Remanufactured Black High-Yield Toner Cartridge offers the same reliable performance, high print quality, and page yield. But what makes this different is that it costs up to 40% less than the genuine cartridge. So, get one here now and pocket the savings!
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Here is a guide to help you replace the toner cartridge on the HP Laserjet 9050DN:
- Open the front cover.
- Rotate the cartridge release lever downward.
- Grasp the front handle with one hand and pull the used toner cartridge out of the printer until you see the top handle.
- Grasp the top handle and completely remove the used cartridge from the printer.
- Unpack the new toner cartridge, and rock it a few times to distribute the toner evenly.
- Carefully remove the entire length of the protective tape from the new cartridge.
- Align the new cartridge with the print cartridge guides, and insert it completely.
- Press and hold the white button on the green lever, and rotate the green lever clockwise until it locks into place.
- Close the front cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
How would I know if a toner cartridge is empty on the HP Laserjet 9050DN?
When a toner cartridge is empty on the Laserjet 9050DN, a 'REPLACE CARTRIDGE' message appears on the control panel display.
Can I override the 'REPLACE CARTRIDGE' message on the display so I can resume printing?
Yes, that is possible. But if the 'REPLACE CARTRIDGE' message results from a drum-out condition, you have no other option but to replace the toner cartridge before you can continue printing.
Why is the printed output lighter than the usual?
Light prints are due to a print cartridge that is running low on toner. Check the toner cartridge status and replace accordingly.