HP PSC 700 Ink Cartridges
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How do I install an HP PSC 700 ink cartridge?
- Make sure the printer is on.
- Open the print cartridge access door. The ink cartridge's carriage will automatically move, so make sure to wait for it to completely stop moving before you proceed.
- Lift the latch on top of the cartridge that is to be replaced.
- Grasp the handle at the top of the cartridge, pull the cartridge forward, and then lift the cartridge up to remove it.
- Get your new CompAndSave HP PSC 700 printer 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.
- Push the cartridge firmly down into the slot until it locks firmly into place.
- Close the print cartridge access door.
HP PSC 700 Ink FAQs
- How long do ink cartridges last?
- CompAndSave's ink cartridges have a proven shelf life of 20 months. It is ideal to store the ink cartridge properly in a cool, dry place to ensure that it reaches its shelf life. If the answer that you are seeking is the page yield, that will depend on how the ink cartridge was manufactured and how much ink the cartridge can hold. CompAndSave offers the standard yield replacement HP 15 black ink cartridge that produces up to 500 pages at 5% page yield and the HP 78 color ink cartridge that gives up to 560 pages at 5% page yield for your HP PSC 700 printer.
- Are all HP ink cartridges the same?
- Not all HP ink cartridges are the same. The best way is to check first what specific cartridge your printer uses. You can easily do this by checking your printer manual, cartridge package, or by doing a quick search using your printer name. If you need more specific instructions, you can check our guide What Ink Does My Printer Use?