HP Deskjet 656c Ink Cartridges
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How to Install HP DeskJet 656c Ink Cartridges?
- Make sure that the printer is turned on.
- Open the printer's top cover. The ink cartridge's carriage will automatically move, so make sure to wait for it to completely stop moving before you proceed.
- Carefully pull the ink cartridge that needs to be replaced out from the cradle.
- Get your new CompAndSave HP 656c ink cartridge. Open it over a sink or garbage can to avoid any mess in case it leaks as sometimes, factories tend to overfill the 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 new HP Deskjet 656c cartridge vertically to its respective slot. Tilt the cartridge forward until it is firmly seated in place.
- Close the printer's top cover.
HP DeskJet 656c Ink Cartridges FAQ
- What ink does HP DeskJet use?
- HP DeskJet printers use different kinds or models of ink cartridges. To know the model number of the cartridge your DeskJet printer is using, you may check the user's manual that came with your printer. You may also check the existing cartridge that is installed in your printer. In front or on the side is a label or sticker with the model number, which usually consists of alphanumeric characters. For example, the HP DeskJet 656c printer uses the ink cartridge that has the model code of HP 20 for black and HP 49 for tri-color.
- Can you use other ink cartridges in a HP printer?
- Yes, you can. Just make sure that the ink cartridge that you are going to use is the right model for your printer. CompAndSave offers replacement, remanufactured, or compatible ink cartridges that are designed to match the OEM specifications. This means that you can get the same quality and number of prints without paying as much compared to the original ink cartridges. For more information, click our Ink Knowledge Base.