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HP Inkjet Print Cartridge - HP 23 Inkjet Print Cartridge Specifications

Product name and part number

Product name
Part number
HP C1823D Inkjet print partridge, large
HP 23
HP C1823T Inkjet print cartridge, twin pack
HP 23 (two C1823D cartridges)
The C1823A cartridge has been replaced with C1823D.

HP Inkjet printers and Inkjet print cartridge compatibility

HP Deskjet printers

  • HP Deskjet 710C, 712C
  • HP Deskjet 720C, 722C
  • HP Deskjet 810C, 812C, 815C
  • HP Deskjet 830C, 832C
  • HP Deskjet 880C, 882C
  • HP Deskjet 895C
  • HP Deskjet 1120C

HP color copier

  • HP Color Copier 140, 145
  • HP Color Copier 150, 155
  • HP Color Copier 160, 170
  • HP Color Copier 260, 270

HP printer/scanner/copier

  • HP 500

HP Officejet pro

  • HP Officejet Pro 1170
  • HP Officejet R40/60
  • HP Officejet R80

Ink volume

The actual print cartridge life depends on the printer used and may vary from cartridge to cartridge.
Ink Volume
HP 23
30 ml

Maintenance of the print cartridge

On HP Deskjet printers, opening the access door of the printer automatically moves the print cartridge to the center of the mechanism for easy access.
The printer automatically performs priming, cleaning, and capping of the print cartridge to maintain optimum print quality. These operations are not visible to the user.
Proper use and handling will provide optimum print quality and print cartridge life. To keep the print cartridges in good working order, print with the print cartridge once a month to keep the nozzles clear, and observe the following table:
Do not
Keep print cartridges sealed in the original packaging until ready to use. Ink can evaporate through the nozzles and through the plastic print cartridge body, reducing print cartridge life. Print cartridges have a longer life when sealed in the packaging.
After opening a print cartridge, store it in the printer in the "home position" to help prevent ink from drying out in the nozzles. This will minimize the risk of contamination with airborne dust particles.
Press the POWER button to turn off the printer rather than unplugging the printer.
Do not unplug the printer without turning off the power button. Pressing the POWER button caps the print cartridge in the service station, preventing ink from drying in the print cartridge nozzles.
Store print cartridges at room temperature.
Do not install a print cartridge that has crusted dried ink around the nozzles. Use water to dampen a clean lint-free cloth and gently remove the dried ink. Then, use a clean portion of the damp cloth to wipe the nozzle plate, and gently remove the last of the dried ink. Then, install the print cartridge, and print. If the print cartridge is removed from the printer, do not re-tape the print cartridge.
Store unopened print cartridges in an upright position.
Do not store an unopened print cartridge on its side for long periods of time.

Recommended storage conditions

Operational temperature
Room temperature (no extreme temperatures)
Min = -15 degrees celsius
Max = 35 degrees celsius
Min = -40 degrees celsius
Max = 60 degrees celsius

Altitude restrictions (all cartridges)

The C1823 series Inkjet print cartridges are not designed to be transported in the printer at high altitudes, such as on an airplane.
The HP 51633M and C6628A Inkjet print cartridges are the only print cartridges designed to be transported in a printer. See the document titled, "Printer/Cartridge compatibility tables," for a listing of the printers that can use the HP 51633M and C6628A print cartridge.

Installation dates

Be sure to use the HP Inkjet print cartridge by the install by date on the print cartridge package.






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