How To Install Canon MG3500 Ink Cartridges
Canon MG3500 Ink Cartridges - PIXMA MG3500 Ink
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How to change Canon MG3500 ink cartridges on printer?
- Turn the printer on.
- Open the output tray.
- The cartridge holder will move to ink replacement position and opens the cartridge cover automatically.
- Remove the used cartridge by gently pushing it down until it snaps out of place. Then pull the cartridge out of the holder.
- Get your new CompAndSave's Canon MG3500 ink cartridge. Open it over a sink or garbage can to avoid any messes in case it leaks as sometimes, factories tend to overfill ink cartridges.
- Remove the covering tape that is usually bright in color as well as the plastic protective case, if there is, before installing it.
- Insert the new Canon Pixma MG3500 ink in the cartridge holder.
- Close the cover.
Most Common Canon MG3500 Ink Cartridges Questions
The Canon PIXMA MG3500 uses the standard yield Canon PG-240 black and Canon CL-241 tri-color. This printer is also compatible with the high yield Canon PG-240XL black and Canon CL-241XL tri-color. All standard and high-yield cartridges are available here at CompAndSave.
You can have your OEM Canon ink cartridges refilled up to three times. If you wish to refill an empty ink cartridge, you will need the right tools and instructions to refill it properly. You can get ink refill kit, which contains all the tools you need for refilling cartridges. But if you want to avoid the hassle of refilling and printing problems, CompAndSave has a wide range of cheap Canon ink cartridges without sacrificing quality. Our ink cartridges are manufactured to meet or exceed the OEM specifications, which will save you all the trouble of going through the process of refilling an ink cartridge.