PSC 1311

Cartridge prices starting at $14.99

Using advanced inkjet technology, the HP PSC 1311 can effectively handle any print job, no matter the size. It offers print speeds of up to 15 monochrome pages per minute, or up to 11 color pages per minute. But always make sure you have a ready supply of ink cartridges in case the machine runs out. Get the highest quality ones from Check out our HP 56 & 57 & 58 Remanufactured 3-Piece Combo Pack, which comes with one black unit offering 450-page yield, one tri-color that has up to 400, and one photo ink that comes with 140. Aside from great page yield, these cartridges can create the same sharp and detailed print results found in OEMs—but at a more affordable price. Save more by ordering today. You can get up to 65% off, plus free shipping for orders with a total of or more.

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

Check out this handy guide on how to replace the ink cartridges in your HP PSC 1311 printer:

  1. Turn on the printer, then lower the paper tray to access the cartridge door.
  2. Open the print cartridge access door by lowering the handle. When the print carriage stops at its replacement position, remove the used ink cartridge by pushing down on it, then pulling it out of its slot.
  3. Unpack the new ink cartridge. Remove its sealing tape while avoiding contact with the ink nozzles and copper strips.
  4. Slide the new cartridge at a slight upward angle into the empty slot, pressing down firmly until it snaps into place.
  5. Close the print cartridge access door.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do remanufactured ink cartridges benefit me?

Remanufactured ink cartridges, like the ones included in the HP 56 & 57 & 58 Remanufactured 3-Piece Combo Pack, are more cost effective than their OEM versions, but can deliver the same sharp and highly detailed prints. This allows for greater savings while increasing the pages you can print.

Any tips on lengthening the shelf life of my unopened ink cartridges?

Just store them properly. Because ink cartridges are sensitive to harsh lighting and extreme thermal changes, make sure to store them somewhere dry, dark and climate-controlled. This space they're kept in should be clean and dust-free, as well. You can also prevent degrading the ink's composition by storing them away from gaseous cleaning materials.

What's the difference between ink and toner cartridges?

Ink cartridges are used in inkjet printers like the HP PSC 1311, while toner cartridges are used in laser printers.