HP Deskjet 3755 ink cartridges may be purchased and replaced at any office supply store. You can also take a trip to your nearest city and visit the city’s only HP ink provider for a quick fix. Even if your current cartridge is not ready to be replaced, you can temporarily buy a new ink cartridge until you get to the store. This article discusses five methods of replacing HP Deskjet 3755 ink cartridges. This process can be done by yourself in just a few minutes.
How to Replace the Ink Cartridges on a HP Deskjet 3755
The first step is to make sure the printer is turned on and the “Ready” light is lit up. After you open the cartridge access door, find the small button on the right-hand side of the ink cartridge that says “Release.” Push down on the release button and then remove the cartridge. Next, lift up the cartridge tray and insert the new cartridge into the slot that matches its color. Then, push the cartridge down until it locks into place.
Replacing Ink Cartridges on a HP Deskjet 3755
Some printers will not allow for ink cartridges to be changed if they are in a protected area and need to be changed via an opening in the back. If the printer will not allow for changes in this area, HP advises against trying to change it since these can be costly mistakes to make. There are a few different methods for replacing ink cartridges on a HP Deskjet 3755.
I personally like to open the back of the printer and remove the toner cartridge. This is something I find very easy to do and should work well on most HP printers without any issues.
Replacing HP Deskjet 3755 Ink Cartridges
To replace HP Deskjet 3755 ink cartridges, you will need to access the cartridge holder and remove the old ink cartridge. Next, take the new ink cartridge and insert it into the cartridge holder and snap it into place. Make sure that the ink cartridge is seated correctly and that you have snapped the cartridge into place. Lastly, close the cartridge holder and put your printer back together. -Make sure that the ink cartridge is seated correctly and that you have snapped the cartridge into place.