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How to change HP Deskjet D1460 cartridges on printer?
- Turn the printer on.
- Open the printer's cover. The ink cartridge carrier will move and settle for cartridge replacement position. Do not move or stop the print holder by touching it or forcing it to move. Allow it to settle without interruption.
- Gently push the old cartridge down to remove it from the machine.
- Get your new CompAndSave HP Deskjet D1460 ink cartridge. Open the cartridge over a sink or garbage can to avoid any mess in case of an ink leak, 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 and the plastic protective case, if there is, before installing it.
- Insert the new HP D1460 cartridge into the ink carrier until it clicks into place.
- Close the front cover.
HP DeskJet D1460 Cartridge FAQs
- Can you use other ink cartridges in a HP printer?
- You can use other ink cartridges such as replacement, compatible, or off-brand as long as it replaces the OEM counterpart. For example, HP DeskJet D1460 can use replacement HP 21 black and HP 22 color ink cartridges. It cannot use ink cartridges with a different model number. Head on to CompAndSave to shop for your ink cartridge! CompAndSave offers great deals on replacement HP Deskjet D1460 ink cartridges. Plus, our low-priced D1460 cartridges are backed up with a 1-year 100% satisfaction guarantee.
- Why does my HP printer say incompatible ink cartridge?
The most common reason for this error is installing a different model number of ink cartridges. Verify your printer's ink cartridge model and see if it's the one installed on your machine. Then, replace incompatible ink cartridges, if there are any.
If you have installed the correct cartridge, check if it still has the protective tape that hasn't been removed on the cartridge's contacts. Gently wipe the cartridge printhead and circuitry with a nonabrasive towel to ensure there is no debris. Cleaning the copper part and the contact points with alcohol can work very effectively as well. Do this step for the problem cartridge indicated in the display. For more detailed instructions, check our Troubleshooting Tips.