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How Do I Change The Ink Cartridge on my HP Photosmart 7760 Printer?
- Ensure that the printer is on.
- To access the cartridges, you will need to lift the printer's top cover.
- Remove your old empty ink cartrodge and get your new CompAndSave HP PhotoSmart 7760 ink cartridge/s.
- 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.
- Install your new HP 7760 ink cartridges. Push down on each ink cartridge cradle lock until it clicks shut to close both of them.
- Close the printer's top cover and print a test page to verify that the newly installed cartridge is working.
HP PhotoSmart 7760 Ink Cartridges FAQ
- How do I know what ink cartridge I need?
- Checking your printer manual, the cartridge package, or performing a quick search using the name of your printer are the best ways to determine which specific cartridge your printer uses. For your HP PhotoSmart 7760 printer, CompAndSave provides replacement HP 56 black ink and HP 57 tri-color ink cartridges.
- Can you put two (2) black ink cartridges in HP printer?
- If your printer accepts both pigment and photo black ink cartridges, you can place two black ink cartridges in it. However, you cannot install two black ink cartridges at once in printers that only use two ink cartridges (black and tri-color) or four ink cartridges (black, cyan, magenta, and yellow). Your printer will detect this as an incorrect ink cartridge that has been installed in the slot meant for the color ones. It is advisable to constantly confirm whether or not your printer uses two different types of black ink cartridges because it could also damage your printer.