HP PhotoSmart A712 Ink

Cartridge prices starting at $12.95

The HP PhotoSmart A712 is a highly capable printer of your precious travel mementos. It is designed to produce vivid photos that will not fade easily. It can print on various media types including HP Advanced photo paper, cards, photo sticker paper, and HP Self-Adhesive photo paper. If you are looking for quality ink replacement for your PhotoSmart A712 you are in the right place. At Carrot Ink, we offer premium products at very reasonable prices. For your A712 we recommend the HP 110 (CB304AN) Remanufactured Tri-Color Ink Cartridge which can print up to 55 pages.  There's no need to think twice. Order now!

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Replace the ink in your HP PhotoSmart A712 with these easy steps:

  1. Turn on the printer and open the cartridge door on the right corner.
  2. Press down the used cartridge and carefully pull it out of the printer.
  3. Take out the new cartridge from the packaging. Remove the seal from the cartridge but while doing so avoid touching the copper contacts and the ink nozzle because it might cause electrical and printing problems.
  4. Insert the new cartridge at an angle into the cradle and press until it clicks into the slot. 
  5. Close the cartridge door.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a remanufactured ink cartridge good for my printer?

Yes of course! You don't have to worry when you use a remanufactured cartridge because all remanufactured cartridges undergo strict cleaning, repair, and replacement before being refilled with high quality ink.

What are the terms of your warranty for the HP 110 (CB304AN) Cartridge?

Carrot Ink offers 1-year 100% money back guarantee and free returns on all the products we offer.

What is the proper way of storing an unopened ink cartridge?

It's not that complicated because all you need to do is put it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Also, make sure that the nozzle is facing upward.