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How to refill an HP 75 tricolor ink cartridge

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The inkjet cartridges hp 75 tricolor ink cartridges are based dyes or dye, normally these cartridges usually have a good performance but in case you can get to see when left damaged cartridges are emptied by complete and not filled immediately.

It is recommended that the cartridges do not damage the circuits immediately fill them before they completely run out, despite the ink used to print serve to cool slightly cartridges, if we let if these exhaust connectors are completely burned causing damage to the cartridge immediately. This and any cartridge through these cases it is recommended to read our tips on caring post circuits cartridges.

The HP 75 tricolor ink cartridges can hold about 5ml of ink per color, and we will show you how to refill them step by step.

However, you must first know these cartridges are compatible with the following printer models:

HP deskjet d4260 printer and d4360 printer, HP officejet J5780 all-in-one, HP officejet j5740 all-in-one printer; HP officejet j5750 all-in-one printer; HP officejet J6450 all-in-one printer; HP officejet j6480 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c5250 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4210 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4250 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4240 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4280 all-in-one; HP photosmart c4385 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4345 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4450 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4440 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4435 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4480 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4599 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c4580 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart C4550 all-in-one printer, HP photosmart C5240 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c5280 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart d5360 printer; HP photosmart d5345 printer; HP photosmart c5580 all-in-one printer; HP photosmart c5540 all-in-one printer; and HP photosmart c5550 all-in-one printer. Now we will show you the proper color combination for refilling the HP 75 tricolor ink cartridge.

If your ink cartridge isn’t refilled properly or causes some problems, please contact us by leaving a comment in the section below this post.

Procedure to refill the HP 75 tricolor ink cartridge:

Before you start refilling any ink cartridge, we recommend you use a surface you can clean easily, whether it’s a flat surface or a piece of wood. If you don’t have any of those, you can use a piece of black cloth. This fabric won’t show any of the ink colors you used to refill the cartridges.

In case your ink cartridge is clogged, try unclogging it by following the instructions in the following post.

Step #1:
First, take the label off the cartridge. As you may already know, these cartridges have a label on the top side, which indicates the cartridge number and color.

Occasionally, people choose to get rid of this label, but we recommend you take it off and and keep it in a safe place to place it back on the cartridge later. This will keep the ink from drying inside the cartridge and elongate the durability of the sponge in it.

Step #2:
Fill the three syringes with 5ml of ink each. We recommend you only use this quantity on this particular cartridge. Also, we always recommend you remove all the air inside the syringes to avoid injecting it into the cartridges themselves. Please take a look at the following image.
syringe for refilling cartridges
syringe for refilling cartridges
Step #3:
Inject all the ink very slowly into the cartridge. Remember to always apply the ink as slowly as possible to help the inner sponge absorb all the ink you’re adding to it. The next picture will show you the proper color combinations on your HP tricolor ink cartridge.
place to put the colors
place to put the colors
Step #4:
Once you’ve filled the ink cartridge completely with the amount of ink we mentioned earlier, we recommend you place the label back on the cartridge exactly as it was in the beginning.

This label, along with the drains located on the top of the cartridge, work together in order to let the necessary amount of air enter the cartridge and make the ink drop.

If you need help, don’t hesitate in contacting us by posting a comment in the section below this post. Finally, place the ink cartridge back in the printer and print several test sheets with it. If you wish to learn how to do this, please visit the following post.

Notes:
Let the ink cartridge rest for a few minutes before putting it back in the printer. This will allow the sponge inside the cartridge to ask up all the ink. If you want, you can also shake the cartridge, print head facing downwards, to make the ink drop even more.

In case you have any problems with the ink cartridge, such as blinking and other minor issues, please execute the following steps:

1. Remove the ink cartridge and clean the contacts on it.
2. Clean the contacts on the printer as well, exactly where they come in touch with the ones on the cartridge.
3. If this doesn’t solve the issue, leave the cartridge out of the printer and keep the printer turned off for 2 hours. You may place the cartridge back in the printer after this time has passed.
4. If you still can’t reach a solution, just ask us by posting a comment in the section below this post.

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