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RFK001BQX

LD Black Ink Refill Kit For Hewlett Packard C9364WN (HP 98)

Page Yield: 840

Reg. Price $17.99

Our Price $11.99

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Buy 3 or More Black for $11.00 each (save $2.97+)
Bundle Breakdown
RFK001BQX includes:
SKU# Qty PRICE PER UNIT
RFK001B 1 11.99
  • Ink refill kit for Hewlett Packard C9364WN (HP 98) black cartridges
  • Two 20 ml bottles of ink (for 2 refills)
  • A manual, a screw tool, injection needle x 2, a pair of plastic gloves are included.

LD inkjet cartridge refill kits allow you to refill your existing empty ink cartridge. Why buy a new or remanufactured ink cartridge when you can refill the cartridge you have for much less money? Each kit includes the ink, tools and instructions to refill your empty inkjet cartridge and get printing again quickly. It is always a good idea to refill cartridges that have just ran out of ink. You also shouldn't try to keep printing on an empty cartridge as it will burn out of the printheads on your ink cartridge. All inkjet cartridge print quality will eventually fade but by keeping your cartridge full of ink and printing regularly you should be able to get a few cycles with one cartridge before buying a new or remanufactured ink cartridge.

Compatible Printers

Specifications

SKU Printer Brand OEM Number Ink Color Page Yield Cost Per Page Shelf Life
RFK001BQX HP C9364WN Black 840 1.43 cents 24-36 Months
*Average cartridge page yield in accordance with ISO IEC 24711

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4.0

Product works but takes practice

By The HP Refill Kid

from Pembroke Pines, FL

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Comments about LD Refill Kit for HP 98 Black Ink:

I use this product to refill my HP cartridges.
It is easy to use once you get the hang of it.
It saves you a lot of money and the colors are great.

The hard part is determining how much ink to pump into the cartridge.

What works for me is to very s-l-o-w-l-y pump ink into the cartridge until it overflows a bit. Allow the cartridge to sit overnight. Wipe the bottom of the cartridge clean with a moist cloth an I am ready to go.

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