PhotoSmart 8750

Cartridge prices starting at $10.99

The HP Photosmart 8750 is a large-format professional photo printer that is designed for those who are looking for a reliable photo printer that can produce great-quality photos up to 13 x 19 inches. It can create fade-resistant photos that when displayed under glass, photos can last up to a hundred years. And since the device only measures 25.3 x 10 x 24 inches (WxHxD), it makes a perfect addition to homes or offices with very limited space. If you've got one, you can always choose affordable replacement ink cartridges, so you can save on printing costs without sacrificing print quality. Purchase our HP 94 (C8765WN) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridge—it's designed to perform just as good as the original but costs up to 40% off.

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Here are the steps to installing a new ink cartridge the HP Photosmart 8750:


  1. Lift the main cover.
  2. Push down on the cartridge stall cover and pull it outward to open. Then, take the used ink cartridge out.
  3. Unpack the new ink cartridge and remove the pink sealing tape from the cartridge.
  4. Install the new cartridge in a slightly upward angle into the cartridge slot.
  5. Push the new cartridge firmly until it locks into place. Then, close the cartridge stall cover.
  6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 to install other color ink cartridges.
  7. Close the main cover.


Frequently Asked Questions


My next printing project requires printing mostly text documents and graphics. Which ink cartridge should I use for my HP Photosmart 8750?

For printing text documents and graphics, it's best to stick to a remanufactured HP Tri-color and a remanufactured HP Black print cartridge.


Why am I getting the 'All print cartridges are missing.' error message even if I just installed new ink cartridges?

When the 'All print cartridges are missing.' error message appears on the display, it simply means the cartridges are not installed correctly. Remove them and reinstall them correctly to resolve this issue.


Can I continue printing when one of the ink cartridges run out of ink?

Yes. All you need to do is remove the empty ink cartridge and resume printing in ink backup printing mode.