OfficeJet 100

HP OfficeJet 100 Ink

Cartridge prices starting at $11.95

The HP Officejet 100 is a portable and compact printer designed to give you professional looking photos and documents. To cater to your busy lifestyle, this printer model allows mobile printing. This device for always on-the-go is also equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology. The high cost of genuine replacement HP Officejet 100 ink cartridges can be such a headache though. Good thing, there are trusted suppliers like Inkjets that cater to budget-conscious customers. Our Remanufactured HP 94, 95, 97, 98, and 99 Ink Cartridges are more economical alternatives to expensive OEMs so you can stock up on these items to avoid printing delays. Choose from our selection and get free shipping to the continental US if you meet the minimum purchase requirement.

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Here's an easy guide to help you replace the ink cartridge on the HP Officejet 100:

  1. Turn on your HP Officejet 100 printer. You can do this by simply connecting its power cable to an electric socket. Then, push its power button.
  2. Locate the front access cover of your device. Then, carefully lower it so you can access the cartridges.
  3. Patiently wait for your printer's carriage to stop moving. Don't force it to stop.
  4. Once the carriage is idle, you can now select the cartridge you need to take out.
  5. After selecting the cartridge, the next step is to lift its latch up. Then, pull the cartridge upwards.
  6. Free the new ink cartridge from its box. Get rid off of its protective film as well.
  7. Insert the new cartridge in.
  8. Raise the front access cover to close.

Frequently Asked Questions

Colors are printing as black and white. Does this mean I have to replace the HP Officejet 100 ink cartridges soon?

That's likely. When colors are printing as black and white, it could mean that the ink cartridges might be very low on ink. Check the ink status and replace the ink cartridges with new ones immediately.

When should I use the photo ink cartridge?

You should use the photo ink cartridge if your print job requires a lot of photo printing.

Can you share some useful tips in storing unused remanufactured HP ink cartridges?

If you have unused remanufactured HP ink cartridges, make sure to store them at room temperature and keep them sealed in their original packaging to maintain their reliability.