Setting up and installation of the HP print cartridges is a fairly easy and simple procedure. Although, any minor problem in affixing the cartridges can result in a big malfunction. Therefore, it is extremely important that users assemble the cartridges carefully and correctly. Laid out below are simple instructions that you can follow to load the cartridges. The 123.hp.com/setup has all the required cartridge loading instructions, failing which you can always rely on the HP printer technical support team to resolve the problem for you.

Insert Ink Cartridges in HP Envy 4502 Printer

It is very important that you use the right cartridges for your printer. They are numbered according to the region. It is vital that the same configuration in accordance with your printer model is used. Also, you must buy genuine cartridges from genuine dealers to ensure smooth printer functionality. Check your printer model number to ensure compatibility of the cartridges. The printer cartridges box has the correct number imprinted on it too. Usually, the ink cartridges manufactured are for a particular series of printers. For example, if you have an HP ENVY 4502 printer you can look for the HP ENVY 4502 series of cartridges.

 

To place the new ink cartridges into the printer, first, remove the old cartridges. From the new ones, remove the blue film that covers the top of the nozzle of each cartridge. Turn the cartridge so that the HP logo faces you and the grey part of the cartridge faces upwards. At this point, the nozzle is pointing down. Carefully insert them into their respective color slots and press down gently to click them into place. If you are using the cartridges for the first time, select New from the readout of the printer. Load papers into the paper tray. Select your desired Settings from the HP print manager menu and align the print cartridges. A new printout will be issued that will have parallel red and black dotted lines parallel to each other.

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