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  • (With RESET GEAR) Brother TN315 TN-315 (TN310 TN-310) High Yield Refill Toner TN-315BK TN-315C TN-315M TN-315Y Combo - 4pk (BCMY) for HL4150cdn, HL4750cdw, HL4750cdwt, MFC9460cdn, MFC9560cdw, MFC9970cdw
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(With RESET GEAR) Brother TN315 TN-315 (TN310 TN-310) High Yield Refill Toner TN-315BK TN-315C TN-315M TN-315Y Combo - 4pk (BCMY) for HL4150cdn, HL4750cdw, HL4750cdwt, MFC9460cdn, MFC9560cdw, MFC9970cdw


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  • No. of pages: Up to 6,000 pages (BK)/3,500 pages (CMY) at 5% COVERAGE
  • Type: Refill Toner Bottle
  • Category: Refill Toner Bottle (190 grams/130 grams)
  • Color: Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)

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Brother TN315 TN-315 (TN310 TN-310) High Yield Refill Toner TN-315BK TN-315C TN-315M TN-315Y Combo - 4pk (BCMY)


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Customer Reviews

If not, you can delay this by manually resetting the low toner warning.
D. Wulfman
And the refilled Brother cartridge works like a champ; no complaints from the printer, and print output is great.
Kathleen C. Pomianek
I watched the YouTube video on how to replace these refills and the explanation is easy to follow.
Demond Moy

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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Jim E. Goddard on December 15, 2011
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I can not say enough positive things about this product or the company I received it from. BOTH are Excellent.
When the brother printer signals it is out of toner it is really only about half empty. When you purchase the printer it does not have the "FLAG GEAR" that signals the printer that the cartridge is full. The gear is not included.

I received the toner, gloves to keep my hands clean, a Flag Gear for each cartridge and a little spring that holds it all together.
So I installed the gear and reinstalled the cartridges and it works perfectly!
Search the internet for (brother tn 315 flag gear) for video instructions on installing the gear and toner.

When I truly run out of toner I am ready to use the toner I purchased and just reset the gear.

Basically I saved a TON of money. I am sure the EXPERTS will say this will not work but it does.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By D. Wulfman on April 17, 2013
We have refilled our TN315 cartridges about 5 times over the past year. This is a reliable supplier, and once you figure out the process, it's not terribly complicated. But it IS messy and time-consuming. Dumping out the old toner is a mess. Squirting in the new stuff is a bigger mess. And, as others have said, it's impossible not to deform the fill plug the first time you pry it out of there. It's a lot stiffer and deeper than you expect. Slip a thin screwdriver down the edge of the plug, jam it in at least a full inch, then carefully pry. After you fill the cartridges and reinsert the deformed plugs, toner inevitably trickles out around the fill plugs and makes a mess. It can get inside the printer and leave little piles of toner on the drum that turn into streaks at the edge of your pages.

After a few refills, the rubber wipers/seals in the cartridge begin to wear out, and we get more streaking and mess inside the printer. In the end, I've decided that I and my employees have better things to do. We've gone back to buying new cartridges, and life is good. I have a full set or these refills if anyone's interested in. :o)

We still manage to reduce our printing costs a little by employing a little trick to extend the life of the factory cartridges. The printer will give a low toner warning and eventually shut down the printer until the cart is replaced. If you demand perfect print quality, do what it says. If not, you can delay this by manually resetting the low toner warning. After you do this, you need to keep an eye on print quality, because the used toner which gets dumped back into the cartridge during normal use will eventually begin to be reused, print quality will deteriorate, and you'll need to replace/refill the cartridge.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen C. Pomianek on February 23, 2012
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Works great in our Brother HJ-4150CDN laser printer!

Refilling the Brother cartridge takes care and can be messy. Wear plastic gloves, use a funnel (a hand made paper one will do), cover the cartridge (particularly, the end you're pouring toner into) and your work surface with something. If you can, do this on the garage workbench, not in the kitchen.

The toner comes with a reset ("flag") gear and spring for each cartridge -- handy, because the starter Brother cartridges don't have this gear and spring, but will take them.

The gear and spring are very simple to install. There are videos on YouTube that illustrate both how to refill the toner and how to install the gear and spring. Search YouTube for "How to Install the Flag Gear on a Brother TN-310, TN-315" and for "How to Refill a Brother TN-310, TN-315".

I'm not the handiest person in the world, but this was pretty easy. And the refilled Brother cartridge works like a champ; no complaints from the printer, and print output is great. And we saved hundreds of dollars vs. the cost of new Brother toner cartridges.

Don't waste your time or money buying those third-party toner cartridges. That was the first thing we tried, and they just don't work in our printer.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Karcher on July 13, 2011
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This is a good product, but the guide to using it leaves much to be desired. Clear directions for use on the various printers would be much appreciated. It took a lot of internet searching to find out how to do it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Torrealta on April 27, 2013
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Revised and improved special info for the Brother MFC 9560 CDW TN 310/315 refill: For an initial refill of the toner cartridges that come with the printer i.e., without the "flag gear" or "reset gear" on each of the toner cartridges, there are barely adequate instructions on YouTube, inadequate instructions in the kit.

First, review one or more of the YouTube videos so that you have a general idea of what you are looking at. The process id straightforward, but filling the cartridge can be MESSY. Assemble plenty of newspaper sheets, an apron, phillips and flathead screwdriver, one rag per cartridge, a box cutter or sharp knife. Spread out newspapers and wear an apron. Having at hand a vacuum cleaner with small attachments is a good idea.

Use a pen knife or screwdriver or similar object to SLOWLY AND PATIENTLY pry off the toner plug. It is hard to remove due to its redundant rims. (Which prevent the escape to toner.) Slip the toner cartridge into a plastic bag, toner opening down. Rap the cartridge and empty out all toner that you can. Remove the cartridge and vacuum and wipe the exterior of the cartridge. If you have small vacuum fittings, try to get a bit more toner out. Lightly replace the plug; don't push it in far, because you will remove it again later. End of one messy part of the process.

Next, flip the cartridge over to the other end. Resetting or installing the flag gear entails removing the three screws, carefully removing the plastic gear cover, placing (or resetting) the flag gear and its spring as shown in the videos, and closing up. Keep the gearbox end upright so gears don't fall out. (They only go back one way, so it's not a disaster. Same with setting the flag gear. Generally, if everything fits, you've done it right.
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