Best answer: Amazon Dash Replenishment Service (DRS) keeps tabs on the current ink or toner levels in your printer, and automatically puts an order in at Amazon for you so you never run out of ink. It works with Wi-Fi-connected printers from HP, Brother, Xerox, and Samsung.

Breaking down what Amazon Dash can do for you

Amazon Dash Replenishment Service is a technology that puts your printer in control of ordering ink. When supplies are running low, your Wi-Fi-connected printer will automatically place an order with Amazon. That ink or toner will then be delivered to your doorstep before the cartridge runs dry. Pretty cool, huh?

This service can be turned on, off, or paused by going to Amazon and following these steps:

  1. Go to Manage Your Content and Devices.
  2. Click the Devices tab.
  3. Register or deregister your printer.

You can also pause your service for any reason.

Alternatively, you can sign up for the program on your printer manufacturer's website or via its app. Going this route registers your printer automatically with Amazon.

There's no limit to the number of printers you can register with Amazon Dash, and you can cancel or skip an order of ink or toner any time you need to take a pass on the service. In addition to never having to go through the hassle of running out for ink when the well runs dry, you'll also save 10% on all orders of ink or toner placed through Amazon Dash Replenishment.

Printers supported by Amazon Dash Replenishment

Amazon Dash Replenishment Program supports a variety of inkjet and laser printers. To see if your printer is compatible, choose your printer manufacturer:

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Never run out of ink again

Amazon Dash Replenishment monitors your printer's current ink levels and orders replacement ink or toner before you run out, giving you one less thing to worry about.

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