How To Install HP Officejet 4632 Ink Cartridges?
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How do I change the ink in my HP Officejet 4632?
- Turn on your printer. Lift the ink cartridge access door by locating the slots on the sides.
- The ink cartridge's carriage will automatically move, so make sure to wait for it to completely stop moving before you proceed.
- Lift the lid on the ink cartridge slot and gently push it back until it stops to release the ink cartridge.
- Get your new CompAndSave HP 4632 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 along with the plastic protective case, if there is, before installing it.
- Slide the HP Officejet 4632 ink cartridge into the empty slot while holding it at a small upward angle with the ink cartridge contacts facing the printer's back.
- To secure the ink cartridge into place, close the lid on the ink cartridge slot.
- Close the printer’s cartridge access door.
HP Officejet 4632 Ink Cartridge FAQs
- What ink does HP Officejet 4632 use?
- HP Officejet 4632 e-All-in-One printer uses the HP 61 and HP 61XL ink cartridges in black and color. CompAndSave offers the replacement standard yield HP 61 black ink that produces up to 190 pages at 5% page yield, while the high yield HP 61XL black ink cartridge gives up to 480 sheets at 5% page yield. As for the tri-color cartridges, you can get up to 165 printouts at 5% page coverage for the standard yield HP 61 and up to 330 pages at 5% page coverage for the high yield HP 61XL. To know more about remanufactured and compatible ink cartridges, check our Ink Knowledge Base.
- Why are ink cartridges so expensive?
- OEM ink and toner manufacturers claim that the high cost of these cartridges is due to the research and development of technologies to deliver high-quality ink and toners. However, it is worth noting that there are generic cartridges that exceed OEM requirements while being less expensive than their counterparts. CompAndSave's compatible and replacement ink and toner cartridges are engineered to meet or exceed OEM standards. That means to say, you can have the same print quality and page output without spending a fortune. Please keep in mind that using generic, remanufactured, or replacement cartridges will never void the warranty on your printer.