Lexmark X652de Ink & Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $149.95
Increase your productivity with the Lexmark X652DE. Ideal for small workgroups, this multifunction center helps ensure you finish those printing and copying tasks at the shortest time possible. It offers fast print and copy speeds of up to 45 ppm at up to 1200 x 1200 dpi print resolution. When it’s time to replace its cartridge, you don’t have to waste so much time finding the right replacement Lexmark toner cartridge too. Inkjets is your reliable online source of high-quality remanufactured toner cartridges including the Remanufactured Lexmark X651H11A for your X652DE. Our remanufactured toner cartridges have been professionally rebuilt to deliver excellent results comparable to original Lexmark toner cartridges. Purchase one here now!
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
To replace the toner cartridge on the Lexmark X652de, follow the 7 easy steps below:
- Open the front doors.
- Hold the empty toner cartridge and remove it from the printer.
- Unbox the new toner cartridge, and then remove it from its protective bag.
- Remove the tape and packaging from the new cartridge.
- Gently shake the new cartridge from side to side five or six times to loosen and distribute the toner inside.
- Insert the new cartridge into the printer. Slide it in until it is properly seated.
- Close the front doors.
Frequently Asked Questions
I can send but not receive faxes. Does this indicate a low toner level on my Lexmark X651de?
Yes, it is very likely that you’re X651de is not receiving faxes because the cartridge is running low on toner. Replace the cartridge if necessary.
When the copy is too light, do I have to replace the cartridge to improve copy quality?
Not necessarily. When the copy is too light, you may simply adjust the copy density on your printer.
I’m having second thoughts about getting a high yield toner cartridge for my printer. Is it really a worthy buy?
If you are a heavy printer user, getting a high yield toner cartridge can save you money in the long run. Although it costs a bit upfront, it does print more pages than a standard yield cartridge, so you get a lower cost per page.