A 59.4 error message on HP LaserJets 4250, 4300, and the 4350 is a toner motor rotation error. This error is usually caused by toner that is constrained inside the toner cartridge. In most cases, the solution for this error is to simply replace the toner cartridge with a new one. Below are troubleshooting steps […]
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Can You Reuse Old Chips on New Toner Car...
Answer: Sometimes, yes! A while back, the compatible HP CF289A and CF258X did not come with working chips. These compatible toner cartridges would not work when installed in a printer unless the old chip from the previously-used toner was placed on the new compatible toner cartridge. Reusing chips from previous toners often works to get […]
Register for a New EasyOrder Form
Ordering toner and ink cartridges can’t get any easier than doing it online with a customized order form created specifically to include the printers in your home, school, or office. Our EasyOrder forms compare OEM and compatible prices so you can compare costs and savings. We will gladly add and remove printers from your form […]
How Your Printer Knows it is Low on Tone...
Once upon a time, a laser printer had no way of communicating that a cartridge was nearly out of toner until it simply began spitting out blank pages. Today, most laser printers monitor toner levels through different means and give low-toner warnings before running out completely. Following are three varying methods utilized for detecting low […]
Extending the Life of Ink Cartridges
Did you know…. Proper use and handling of your inkjet cartridges will prolong their life. Following the tips below will keep your cartridges working longer and improve the quality and quantity of your prints. Store new print cartridges in their original packages. Keep them at room temperature until you’re ready to use them. After opening […]