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How to Refill a 96 HP black ink cartridge

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This cartridge has a high performance and its refill is very simple. At refilling it is recomended to use pigment based ink to get abot 600 pages. This cartridge is rated for about 860 pages when new and supports approximately 20ml of ink.

A big syringe is needed to refill this cartridge and it is recomended to supply the whole quantity in just one step. Do it slowy as it has always been said in our blog, the softer the ink is applied, the bigger the chances the cartridge accepts the ink are. If assistance is needed please leave a comment in this post.

Instruction on how to refill a 96HP black ink cartridge

Before starting it is recommended to clean the cartridges connectors; it is necessary but not mandatory since these cartridges are of good yield, however, if cartridges have not been used for a long time, there could be dried ink in the cartridge heads which is not good. It is adviced to read how to clean the cartridge heads.
When the cleaning process is finished, I repeat is not mandatory but in case you want to better do it after the third refill, continue with the refill procedure.

Step No. 1
Place the cartridge on a surface where ink spills do not cause trouble. It is recommended a surface of dark color or even flat surfaces where ink spillings can be remove easily; white or light color surfaces are not recomended since the ink cannot be removed from them.

Step No. 2
Now proceed to remove the label on the top of the cartridge indicating its number. It is recommended, before refilling the cartridge, to remove that label and so allowing entering the needed airflow for printings to have the best quality and maximun performance the cartridge was made for. Slowly remove the label to avoid it to get damaged.
Several holes located in the in the back part of the cartridge can be used to disperse most of the ink.
Several holes located in the in the back part of the cartridge can be used to disperse most of the ink
Step No. 3
Slowly supply 5ml of ink, please very S-L-O-W, it is needed to be done this way so the ink inside the cartridge can spread well and fill the entire sponge of the cartridge.
ink cartridge ink
ink cartridge ink
Step No. 4
When the cartridge is already filled, all that is left to do is to print a test page with this cartridge, it is recommended to leave the cartridge inside the printer.
Even though have followed this entire procedure there are ways around that something gets wrong, so please contact us through a comment on this post, we  will help you immediately.
It is recommended to print a test page after filling the cartridge, to do it visit our post about how to  print a test page from Windows.

Also, a test document can be printed to identify if everything is working well. To do so, it is recommended to click on the following link. Print this test page for black cartridge. This document is easy to print.

If after filling up the cartridge it continues having problems or flashings, try the following steps.
  • Remove the ink cartridge and clean the connectors with some wet napkin.
  • Clean the printer connectors as well.
  • If there is still no solution, turn the printer off and unplug it from the power supply for about 10 minutes and then plug it again and place the cartridge
  • If there is no change, please contact us.
This cartridge is compatible with the following printers:
Officejet 2710 Series, Officejet 7210 Series, Officejet 7300 Series, Officejet 7310, Officejet 7310xi, Officejet 7410 Series, Photosmart 2610 Series, Photosmart 2710 Series, Deskjet 5740 Series, Deskjet 5940 Series, Deskjet 6520 Series, Deskjet 6540 Series, Deskjet 6620 Series, Deskjet 6830v, Deskjet 6840 Series, Deskjet 6940 Series, Deskjet 6980 Series, Deskjet 9800Series, Deskjet 5740 Series, Deskjet 5940 Series, Deskjet 6520 Series, Deskjet 6540 Series, Deskjet 6620 Series, Deskjet 6830v, Deskjet 6840 Series, Deskjet 6940 Series, Deskjet 6980 Series, Deskjet 9800 Series, Officejet 7210 Series, Officejet 7300 Series, Officejet 7410 Series, Photosmart 2610 Series, Photosmart 2710 Series, Photosmart 8050, Photosmart 8150 Series, Photosmart 8450 Series, Photosmart 8750, Photosmart Pro B8350

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5 comments:

  1. Hi

    Does the connector means printhead ? I just has my HP pixma 3550 recently and it comes with original cartridge and i am thinking of replacing with remanufacturered one or to refill myself. After reading this article , i am sure to give a go myself if it works would be great.
    If that original cartridges comes with a holes on the cartridge under the label as you mentioned ? How do i seal it after refill not to leak out?

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    1. Do not seal after filling the cartridge label should only be placed again.

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  2. Hi

    Does the connector means printhead ? I just has my HP pixma 3550 recently and it comes with original cartridge and i am thinking of replacing with remanufacturered one or to refill myself. After reading this article , i am sure to give a go myself if it works would be great.
    If that original cartridges comes with a holes on the cartridge under the label as you mentioned ? How do i seal it after refill not to leak out?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Do not seal after filling the cartridge label should only be placed again.

      Delete
  3. sorry if spammed you, I couldnt see the comment , it needs approval ,, sorry

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