HP OfficeJet 6815 InkCartridge prices starting at $8.75
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- Original HP 934XL (F6T96BN) Black High Yield Ink Cartridge 2-Pack
Special Price $61.952 Cartridges / $30.98 ea
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- Remanufactured HP 934XL & HP 935XL Ink Cartridge High-Yield 4-Piece Combo PackIncludes 1 Black (C2P23AN), 1 Cyan (C2P24AN), 1 Magenta (C2P25AN), and 1 Yellow (C2P26AN) Learn MoreSpecial Price $23.954 Cartridges / $5.99 eaOut of stock
How to Replace Cartridge(s)
This simple step-by-step guide will help you if you need to replace the ink cartridge on the HP Officejet 6815:
- Check if your HP Officejet 6815 is powered on. Then, open the cartridge access door.
- To remove the old ink cartridge, press down on it until it is released from its slot.
- Pull the new ink cartridge out of its wrapper. The plastic protective tape should be removed.
- Twist the orange cap counterclockwise until it snaps off. Do not touch the copper contacts or ink nozzles.
- Insert the replacement cartridge into the appropriate slot until it snaps into position.
- Close the ink cartridge access door. Your machine is now available for regular use.
Frequently Asked Questions
After installing a new cartridge, the HP OfficeJet 6815 suddenly says 'One or more of the cartridges appear to be damaged. Remove them and replace with new'. What should I do?
When the 'One or more of the cartridges appear to be damaged. Remove them and replace with new' error message appears on the display, you must verify if the ink cartridge was installed correctly. If not, then reinstall it properly to clear the error message.
I am getting poor black text on the prints even after installing a new black ink cartridge. Why is that so?
If you are getting poor black text on the prints after installing a black ink cartridge, chances are the printer did not perform automatic servicing after the cartridge was installed. Try reinstalling the cartridge and allow the automatic servicing to complete first before you resume printing.
If the print quality is unsatisfactory, does it mean one or more cartridges are running low on ink?
Yes, that's likely. Check the ink levels to determine if one or more cartridges are low on ink. Replace the cartridge if necessary to get improved print quality.