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How to refill the HP 61 black ink cartridge

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The HP 61 black ink cartridge works with pigmented inks, which is why it can yield up to 190 pages of laser print quality. If you refill this cartridge with more pigmented ink, it will still yield up to 120 pages. TO learn more about pigmented ink, please visit the following post.

You could say a new generation of HP ink cartridges started when this cartridge was released, since these new ones print fewer pages than the older models. This is why we shouldn’t be surprised when our new cartridges print less pages than a traditional one.

This cartridge is compatible with the following printer models: HP deskjet 1050 all-in-one printer j410a; HP deskjet 1055 all-in-one printer j410e, HP deskjet 1000 printer j110a, HP deskjet 1051 all-in-one printer, HP deskjet 2050 all-in-one printer J510a, HP deskjet 3054 all-in-one printer J610a, HP deskjet 3000 printer J310a, HP deskjet 3050 all-in-one printer - j610a, HP deskjet 3050A all-in-one printer - j611g, HP deskjet 3052a all-in-one printer j611g, HP deskjet 3510 all-in-one printer, HP deskjet 2512 all-in-one printer; HP deskjet 2510 all-in-one printer, HP deskjet 2050 all-in-one printer j510e and HP deskjet 3054a all-in-one printer j611j. To refill this cartridge, we recommend you only use 5ml of ink. This surpasses the regular amount of ink the cartridge holds, but it will not cause any problems.

Instructions for refilling the HP 61 black ink cartridge:

Before we start, we recommend you clean the contacts on this cartridge. Keep in mind this is only necessary, not mandatory, since these cartridge have very good outcome. However, if you haven’t used the cartridge in a long time, there could be some dried ink on the print heads, which is never good. If you wish to learn how to do this, please visit the following post.

Step #1:
First, place the cartridge on a surface that can take an ink spill or two. We don’t recommend you use any white materials, since you won’t be able to remove the ink from it, but a dark or black material itself, even a flat surface you can easily remove all the ink from.

Step #2:
Now you may proceed to removing the label on top the cartridge, which contains the cartridge number. We always recommend you remove this label before refilling the cartridge, since it’s in charge of letting the necessary amount of air into the cartridge. This will allow it to reach its maximum printing quality and the page yield it was made for. Take the label off slowly in order to avoid damaging it.
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Step #3:
You must now inject the 5ml of ink very slowly. We need you to do this as slowly as possible to help the ink spread inside the cartridge in the best way possible, and to soak the sponge in it with ink. Please take a look at the following image, and remember to take all the air out of the syringe.

Step #4:
Now that you’ve refilled the ink cartridge, all you need to do is print a test sheet with it. We recommend you leave the cartridge inside the printer from now on.
Even if you’ve followed these instructions strictly, something could still go wrong. If this is your case, then please contact us by leaving a comment in the section below this post, and we will help you out immediately.
Like we mentioned earlier, we always recommend you print a test sheet after refilling an ink cartridge. To learn how to do this, please read the following post.

If you have any problems after refilling the ink cartridge, such as it blinking, please repeat the following steps:

1. Remove the ink cartridge and clean the contacts on it with a damp napkin.
2. You should also clean the contacts on the printer.
3. If this doesn’t solve it, then turn the printer off from 10 minutes and disconnect the power cord. Then plug the power cable back to it and place the cartridge inside.
4. If the last step doesn’t solve the issue, please contact us.

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