How To Install HP DeskJet 3630 Ink Cartridges?
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How to change HP DeskJet 3630 ink cartridge replacement on printer?
- Make sure that the printer is turned on and load a stack of plain white paper in the paper tray.
- Open the printer's front door and then, open the printer ink access door.
- The ink cartridge's carriage will automatically move so make sure to wait for it to completely stop moving before you proceed.
- To release the ink cartridge, just gently push it down. Then, pull the cartridge out from the printer.
- Get your new CompAndSave's HP 3630 ink cartridge. Open it over a sink or garbage can to avoid any mess in case it leaks as sometimes, factories tend to overfill ink cartridges. Make sure to touch the black plastic part only, then 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 HP DeskJet 3630 cartridge to its respective slot. You should hear a click indicating that it is locked in place.
- Close the printer's ink cartridge access and exterior door, follow on-screen instruction on the printer and let it print the alignment test page.
Most Common HP DeskJet 3630 Ink Cartridges Questions
- What ink does HP Deskjet 3630 use?
- HP DeskJet 3630 is compatible with the standard yield HP 63 ink cartridge which can print for about 190 pages for black and 165 pages for the color at 5% page coverage. This printer is also compatible with the high yield HP 63XL ink cartridge which can print for about 480 pages for the black and 330 pages for the color at 5% page yield.
- Are HP 63 and 65 ink cartridges interchangeable?
- No, they are not. Although these ink cartridges look the same, they are actually entirely different. Printers that use HP 63 ink cartridges, just like HP DeskJet 3630 for example, cannot use HP 65. The printer will recognize it as an incorrect ink cartridge. Same goes with the printers that use HP 65, they cannot use HP 63 ink cartridges as the printer will detect it as a wrong ink cartridge.