HP 364, 564, 934/935, and
920 are all the same cartridge. The chips are just different.
1. Cover the outlet hole with the orange outlet
seal that came with the cartridge
or with your finger over
the outlet port while wearing latex gloves or with
some vinyl tape to prevent ink loss during refilling.
2. Remove the yellow vent tab.
3. Pull the rubber plug
out that is sealing the filling hole.
4. Attach the needle to the syringe and fill with the correct color ink.
5. Slowly inject the correct
color into into the
filling hole until the chamber is almost full. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle.
6. Seal the filling hole using the
rubber plug you pulled out. This hole must be
sealed air tight or all your ink will drip out.
7. Remove the orange outlet
seal (or your
finger, or the vinyl tape) from the outlet hole.
Replace the cartridge and run 1 -
3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
Or print the following pages:
If you are filling cartridges to use
later, leave the orange
outlet seal on the cartridge. This will prevent your
sponge from drying out.
The chip will show the ink level when you
install the cartridge into the printer for the first time.
After the first tank of ink is finished the chip will show empty,
but you can continue to use the cartridge as long as there is ink in
the cartridge tank.
Be sure there is ink in the cartridge, because if the printer
doesn't have any ink going through the printhead when printing, the
printer will kill the chip.
A little trick HP added into the printer for your enjoyment.
ALL the cartridges provided MUST be installed in order for the
system to work properly.
Your printer may have trouble recognizing the cartridges if they are
not all installed together.
(DO NOT mix the refillable cartridges with other cartridges.)
Warning: - Never do a
firmware update or a driver update on your printer. If your printer
prints good now, it will not print even better after an update. The
purpose of a firmware or driver update is to prevent your printer
from accepting after market or refillable cartridges.
Printer manufactures don't want you to refill your cartridges, they
want you to purchase your cartridges from them. If you use an after
market cartridge or a refillable cartridge and then do a firmware or
driver update your printer will give you a message that it does not
recognize the cartridges and they will not work anymore.