HP PSC 1510 Ink Cartridges

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Sets of ink cartridges for HP PSC 1510 printer

Genuine Black & Tri-Colour HP 338 / HP 343 Ink Cartridge Multipack (HP SD449EE)
  • Pack of 2 ink cartridges
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5.2p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

480 pages
330 pages
1 £42.06 (£50.47 inc VAT)
2 £40.73 (£48.88 inc VAT)
3+ £40.19 (£48.23 inc VAT)
Prices includes FREE next-day delivery

Best value Genuine

5.2p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

480 pages
330 pages
£42.06 (£50.47 inc VAT)

FREE next-day delivery

Multi-buy discount
2 £40.73 (£48.88 inc VAT)
3+ £40.19 (£48.23 inc VAT)

Black ink cartridges for HP PSC 1510 printer

Colour ink cartridges for HP PSC 1510 printer

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  • Hi, can I use HP 338 and HP 343 instead of HP 336 and HP 342? I have a PSC 1510 all in one copier / printer. Thanks.

    HP PSC-1510 cartridge compatibility

    Yes, all of these cartridges are listed above and are compatible with the HP PSC-1510 printer. The HP 338 and 343 are standard cartridges whereas the HP 336 and HP 342 are light user cartridges. Even though they have different capacities they are all designed to work with your printer and give you greater flexibility when purchasing replacements in terms of price and ink volume.

    Answered by Paul Miller (Staff Member) - over 6 years ago
  • How can I check the ink to see if the cartridge still has colour. I can't print out a colour picture?

    Checking ink levels on the PSC 1510

    The printer should tell you the ink levels in each cartridge. If your printer has a screen then this information might be displayed there.

    If not, you should be able to see the ink levels by opening any document and going to FILE > PRINT > PRINT PROPERTIES. If you are a low user of the colour cartridge I recommend doing a head clean as the ink may have dried up within the colour printhead.

    Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - over 6 years ago
  • Will HP 336 and HP 342 cartridges fit my HP PSC 1500 all-in-one series printer?

    HP PSC 1500 series printer ink

    You're currently viewing cartridges for the HP PSC 1510 printer model. Unfortunately, the HP 336 and HP 342 cartridges are not compatible with the HP PSC 1500 printer. However, it does depend on your exact printer model, as HP PSC 1500 is both a printer model and the name of a series of printers. Please check the exact model number that is written on your printer to ensure that you're ordering cartridges for the correct printer. The PSC 1510 cartridges are listed on this page. If your printer is the PSC 1500 you can view the cartridges that we recommend for this machine here: https://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/ink-cartridges/HP/PSC-1500.html

    Answered by Vicky Lush (Staff Member) - almost 6 years ago
  • I've just bought 338 and 343 ink cartridges for my HP 1510 printer which are supposedly compatible but they don't work, even having replaced them twice. Would the same thing happen if I bought from you? The other firm say that perhaps my printer is sensitive to the cartridges. It just keeps saying there is a problem with the cartridges even though they are the correct number cartridges?

    HP PSC 1510 printer cartridge compatiblity

    The genuine HP 338 and 343 ink cartridges are the correct number cartridges for use in your HP PSC 1510 printer and, therefore, a compatible cartridge designed to replace these numbers should also work. However, it does seem that you've purchased faulty cartridges so we would advise you to contact the retailer who supplied you with these products to enquire about their returns policy. There are also some troubleshooting steps that you can try as follows:

    Troubleshooting steps:

    1. Turn the printer off

    2. Whilst off, remove the cartridge and gently wipe the chip

    3. Wait 10 minutes for the printer to reset

    4. Re-install the cartridge

    In terms of the cartridges that we supply, we guarantee that any cartridge listed on this page, including genuine or compatible HP 338 and HP 343 ink cartridges, will work reliably in your PSC 1510 printer. If not, we'll offer you a full refund or replacement. Our premium brand compatible HP PSC 1510 ink cartridges act as direct replacements for your HP 338 and HP 343 cartridges and are fitted with the correct chip so you can install them directly into the printer without any problems. We offer a 100% money back guarantee on PSC 1510 ink cartridges so you can order them with confidence here at Cartridge Save.

    Answered by Bianca Henderson (Staff Member) - almost 4 years ago
  • Hi, is the HP 678 cartridge compatible with my HP Deskjet 1510 printer? Help me? Thanks.

    HP PSC 1510 cartridge numbers

    HP 678 isn't a UK cartridge number. Like DVDs, ink cartridge are specific to the region in which the printer was purchased so if you have a HP 678 ink cartridge this suggests that you have a non-UK printer. We only supply cartridges for a PSC 1510 printer that was purchased in the UK such as the cartridge numbers listed on this page (HP 336, 338, 342, 343, 348). We don't supply HP 678 ink cartridges so we would advise you to contact HP to check which cartridges are compatible with your PSC 1510 printer based on where it was purchased and they should be able to direct you to a retailer in your region.

    Answered by Damon Tetley (Staff Member) - over 3 years ago
  • How long can I keep PSC 1510 cartridges on the shelf without them drying out? Thank you.

    HP PSC 1510 cartridge shelf life

    We advise that all of our HP PSC 1510 ink cartridges will have an expiry date which is at least 12 months from the date of purchase. We also offer a one year warranty on PSC1510 ink, provided that the cartridges are stored in a cool and dry environment in their unopened boxes.

    Answered by Stacy Bass (Staff Member) - over 3 years ago
  • Where do the colour ink cartridges fit into the PSC 1510 inkjet printer?

    Replacing PSC 1510 ink cartridges

    You'll need to install one black and one tri-colour cartridge into the HP PSC 1510 All-in-One printer. Please refer to the user manual for instructions on how to install the PSC 1510 ink cartridges. You can download the manual from the HP website using the following link: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?cc=uk&dlc=en&lc=en&product=428800&

    Answered by Damon Tetley (Staff Member) - over 3 years ago
  • I had a problem using a HP PSC 1510 cartridge with two month old software when it was sold to me by a different company. Please ensure the two PSC 1510 ink cartridges I've ordered are compatible prior to dispatch or cancel my order and advise? Thanks, Tim Moran.

    HP PSC 1510 ink order

    Your order is ready for dispatch. All of our PSC 1510 ink cartridges have the latest chip technology so you should have no problem in using them. They also come with a 12 month money back guarantee for your peace of mind.

    Answered by Damon Tetley (Staff Member) - about 3 years ago
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The Best Bargain HP PSC 1510 Ink Cartridges

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HP PSC 1510 Printer Review

Expert review of the HP PSC 1510 printer

Our Verdict:

The compact PSC 1510 isn't HP's most functional printer but as an entry-level, home device it's more than capable of catering for most printing requirements. The multifunction printer comes with a scanner, copier and PictBridge support so you can connect your digital camera directly. The HP PSC 1510 inkjet printer is a useful device to have around the house for occasional use. However, if you're after a printer that accepts memory cards and can be used on a network then consider shopping elsewhere.


The PSC 1510 is housed in a modern, glossy grey and white shell that will look great in any home office or bedroom. Except for the PictBridge port at the front, HP has completely stripped down the PSC 1510. There are no card slots and only a basic LCD display. The flimsy paper tray folds out from the front and can hold 100 sheets. The printer uses HP's Vivera inks for improved printing quality, unfortunately these come as one single ink tank, meaning they have to be completely disposed of, even when just one colour has run out.


As an entry-level printer, the HP PSC 1510 quality is fairly impressive. Text documents appear sharp and colour graphics are vibrant with plenty of detail. Don't expect lab-quality photographic prints, but as a budget printer the 1510 copes pretty well – photos looked fairly true to colour with only a few contrast issues. The scanner also fared well both in terms of speed and quality, and the added bonus of being able to remove the lid means you can scan the thickest of documents.


It would have been nice to see HP add extra functionality to the PSC 1510 inkjet printer, perhaps even adding Wi-Fi or Ethernet to allow network printing. The other major downfall of the PSC 1510 is its sluggish print speeds. Although HP quotes 20ppm for black, it's actually nearer 8ppm, the copier also suffered similar problems.