Computers give us hope for modernization and enthusiasm about technological advancement. After all, computers have thrust men into space, performed the most delicate surgeries, and connected all regions of the world. Along with the growing demands and advancements comes the need for computer printers and laser printer cartridges than can help accomplish the task at hand.
Unfortunately, laser printer cartridges can impair the progress because they run out of ink and must be replaced. Replacing a laser printer cartridge is no longer the troublesome task that it once was. Laser printer cartridge manufacturers have produced simple cartridges than can easily slide and lock into place in just a matter of a few seconds. Your computer printer can be up and running in no time at all. If you follow these few simple steps, you can have a new laser printer cartridge installed in your computer that will produce the documents you need.
Don’t Give Up Hope on Your Current Cartridge
If your toner cartridge for your laser printer starts to fade and die out in the middle of an important print job, you can squeeze out a few more printed pages by removing it. For instructions on how to remove it, see the next step. If you don’t already have a replacement cartridge on hand, then carefully shake your old cartridge by gently rocking it back and forth. Be cautious because some of the ink powder could get on your hands and clothes. Now, reinsert it in the printer and continue with the print job.
Replace the Laser Printer Cartridge
For the quickest replacement results, rest one hand on the top of your printer and grasp the toner cartridge with your other hand. Firmly pull upward until the printer cartridge unlocks and releases. The printer cartridge is made out of a strong plastic, so don’t be afraid to grip it tightly to get it out of the printer. Open and install the new printer cartridge according to the specific instructions on the manual that accompanies the new laser printer.
Troubleshoot Uneven or Lightly Printed Pages
If your new toner cartridge starts to print in uneven or illegible ink, then you might need to break in the new laser printer cartridge. To troubleshoot these unfortunate problems with a new toner cartridge, you should print a couple of solid black pages. This will allow the internal powdery ink to disperse and print effectively. You can print black pages by drawing a black box in Microsoft Word or Paint.