HP LaserJet 4350 Cartridges Replacement

2010-08-31 16:07:48

Published on 2010-08-31 16:07:48

Hewlett Packard's LaserJet 4350 uses advanced laser technology to aid users in printing high-quality text and images onto the page.

HP's printer ink is a powder-based substance known as toner, and is stored in the toner cartridge assembly. According to ehow.com, their replacement is a simple and straightforward process.

It is important that toner cartridges are replaced regularly, although of course this depends on how often the printer is in use. Users unaware of what toner cartridge they need to order when the time comes can find the product serial code on the toner cartridge sticker.

To remove and replace toner cartridges, follow these instructions:

  1. Firstly, open the printer's tab that will give access to the cartridge holder. This will be just below the control panel.
  2. Next, pull the toner cartridge out of the machine. Then dispose of the unwanted cartridge. Why not recycle it? Internet-Ink offers a scheme.
  3. After removing the box and any other material that protects the new toner cartridge, simply place it in the empty slot, with the toner label facing you. Simple!

This month it was suggested that firms should take extra care when disposing of printer ink cartridges, because they can contain chemicals that could be detrimental to persons' health.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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