4. Using the right ink cartridge
Don't clog your printer up with a second-rate ink cartridge. Always use HP genuine ink cartridges for the best results.
Remember to keep ink cartridges sealed in their original packaging until you need them so they don’t dry out.
Cartridges can handle a relatively wide range of temperatures. Just like printers, make sure they aren’t stored near any heat sources.
Always turn your printer off using the power button, then wait until the power light goes off before you unplug it. This gives the printer time to move the cartridges into a capped position.
If you must remove a cartridge for any reason, put it back in as soon as you can so it doesn’t dry out.