Have a question about products for this printer?(13 questions : 13 answers)
Photosmart 5510 ink costs see 1 answer
I've got a HP Photosmart 5510 and I'm going to let the school borrow it for Santa's Grotto photos. Can you tell me how many photos they'll get from a cartridge? They need to work out what to charge and will need about 100 - 150 photos? Kind regards, Sarah.
It's hard to calculate exactly how much each photo will cost due to the fact that HP Photosmart 5510 ink cartridge yields are based on 5 % coverage of an A4 page, not a full colour photo. We suggest that you purchase a 4 colour HP 364 or 364XL multipack to cover your printing needs although we're unable to give an accurate costing for the criteria you've specified.Answered by Vicky Lush (Staff Member) - over 1 year ago
Paper thickness see 1 answer
What is the maximum thickness of paper or card that the HP Photosmart 5510 printer will accept?
Unfortunately, as we do not sell printers we're unable to provide this information. I recommend contacting HP directly as they will have this information.Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - over 1 year ago
New HP Photosmart 5510 see 1 answer
If I buy a new HP Photosmart 5510 home printer, will it come with any print cartridges supplied? If so, will they be standard size or tiny sample 'starter' versions? Also, please send prices for each ink cartridge. Many thanks, Clive.
We do not sell printers so could not guarantee this information. However, most new printers are supplied with 'starter' cartridges installed.
You can view all of our current prices for HP Photosmart 5510 ink cartridges on our website. They're listed above.Answered by Paul Miller (Staff Member) - over 1 year ago
ink cartridges see 1 answer
Can I use 364xl ink cartridges as well as 364 cartridges in my hp photosmart 5510 all-in-one printer?
Yes you can, these cartridges are different capacities. It is entirely up to you which cartridge you require. If you're a heavy user of ink/toner then I would recommend the high capacity (XL) cartridge. If not then the standard might be better for you.Answered by Daniel Kelman (Staff Member) - 11 months ago
Types of Ink see 1 answer
do i need to order a different type of ink for photos than normal prints ? I printed out a photo but it was blurry !
For some machines you can get the 'photo' cartridge, which is used for printing out photos. For this machine however its just the typically black, cyan, magenta and yellow cartridge.Answered by Daniel Kelman (Staff Member) - 11 months ago
photo ink cartridge see 1 answer
Do I need to instal photo ink cartridge when printing photos and which ink cartridge does it replace? The colour of prints at the moment are dreadful.
You do not need to use a Photo colour cartridge when printing photographs but it will produce better results. The Photo colour cartridges replaces the Black cartridge.Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - 11 months ago
Hp 5510 premium brand see 1 answer
Hi interested in your premium brands can you confirm the inks are long lasting photo quality
You should see little or no difference in the quality of the ink within compatible and Genuine cartridges.Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - 9 months ago
ink cartridge for hp photosmart 5510 see 1 answer
can you buy separate black ink for the HP photosmart 5510 printer? I think it uses 364 no. ink or do you have to buy all the inks and replace in one go? It's just the black ink that has run out at the moment. thanks
No, if it is just the black cartridge that has ran out you only need to replace the black. Please follow the link below to view the genuine black cartridge for your machine.Answered by Daniel Kelman (Staff Member) - 7 months ago
Largest capacity (all colours) ink cartridge see 1 answer
What is available to buy?
Well sell ink cartridges, toner cartridges and some paper.Answered by Daniel Kelman (Staff Member) - 7 months ago
black ink cartridge see 1 answer
Can I buy only a black cartridge?
The HP Photosmart 5510 takes black and colour cartridges. All cartridges suitable for this printer can be viewed here: http://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/ink-cartridges/HP/Photosmart-5510.htmlAnswered by Laura Tidman (Staff Member) - 5 months ago
printing documents see 1 answer
I want to cancel a printing request - some days ago I stopped the printer wading through 27 pages of insurance policy. It will not "forget" the request even if switched off and then on again days later! Thank you
Have you tried holding down the cancel button?Answered by Cheryl Stanley (Staff Member) - 4 months ago
You can download your printer manual from the link below,
Coloured ink cartridges see 1 answer
How do I know when to replace the coloured ink cartridges? I checked levels and the coloured are all about the same level and the black is almost full. I get a message that says "Do not change printer cartridge unless it is empty" but how do I know that. I am printing and everything is coming out red instead of black. Should I change all 3 coloured cartridges; or how do I know which one is empty?
Your printer should tell you which cartridge is running low this is the time to change them. Please refer to your printer manual to see how to check ink levels.Answered by Cheryl Stanley (Staff Member) - 2 months ago
Have you tried to run a cleaning cycle if the prints are comnig out red but the black cartridge is full ?
Genuine Ink Cartridges see 1 answer
Website says "Guaranteed to work with my printer" which leads me to ask if they are actually GENUINE HP for my Photosmart 5510 printer, manufactured by HP and not by anyone else?
The Genuine HP Cartridges are Genuine HP cartridges and the Premium Brand less expensive cartridges are refilled recycled cartridges.Answered by Cheryl Stanley (Staff Member) - about 1 month ago
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HP Photosmart 5510 Printer Review
Expert review of the HP Photosmart 5510 printer 17 January, 2013
Built and designed for average household use, the Photosmart 5510 is a good buy for people looking for a basic printer, scanner, and copier for the home. The CQ176B, as this printer is also known as,features wireless capabilities and is equipped with HPs revolutionary ePrint system. The Photosmart 5510 is also compatible with Apples famous AirPrint, so its easier to print directly from Apple devices such as the iPod touch, the iPad, and the iPhone.
This compact 5.7 x 17.2 x 12.8 inch device weighs just a little over 11 pounds and features a low-capacity paper tray and a smart touch screen panel right above the paper slot. The Photosmart 5510 likewise has card slots for standard SD/Memory Stick Duo and MultiMedia Cards, along with a USB port for wired PC connection.
The Photosmart 5510 takes an average of 1 minute and 2 seconds when printing out a 4x6 photo. The output quality is excellent, especially for less demanding prints (school work, general business documents, etc.) as well as for photos. The Photosmart 5510 allows easy printing and sharing, and has a maximum scan resolution of up to 1200 dpi.
HPs Photosmart 5510 lacks some basic business functions, but thats typical of a small office machine designed primarily for home use. Running costs can be a little high at almost 15 cents for coloured pages, and over 4 cents for monochrome pages.