|Brand Name||Laser Tek Services|
|Item Weight||7.2 pounds|
|Color||2 TN360 Cartridges, 1 DR360 Drum|
|Number of Items||3|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BR-TN360-2PK-DR360-1PK|
Laser Tek Services® Combo Pack of 2 TN360 Compatible Cartridges, and 1 DR360 Compatible Drum Unit compatible with Brother TN360 DR360 HL-2130, HL-2140, HL-2150N, HL-2170, HL-2170W, MFC-7320, MFC-7340, MFC-7345N, MFC-7345DN, MFC-7440N, MFC-7840W, DCP-7030, DCP-7040
|Price:||$46.74 & FREE Shipping|
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- Package comes with 2 High Yield Black toner cartridge and 1 drum unit.
- Compatible with: Brother HL-2130, HL-2140, HL-2150N, HL-2170, HL-2170W, MFC-7320, MFC-7340, MFC-7345N, MFC-7345DN, MFC-7440N, MFC-7840W, DCP-7030, DCP-7040
- Page Yield: 2,600@ 5% page coverage (cartridge) & 20,000@ 5% page coverage (drum)
- Product Comes with a 1 year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! Laser Tek Services® offers free technical support for any questions you may have.
- Manufactured by ISO and STMC certified facility.| The Use of Laser Tek Services® compatible products will not void your printers warranty.
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This package contains 2 TN360 compatible cartridges and 1 DR360 compatible Drum unit.Our compatible cartridges are made with the highest quality materials and made at an ISO-9001 certified factory so you can expect premium quality printing. Laser Tek Services®Compatible Toner Cartridges offer an alternative to the expensive and over priced OEM toner cartridges, and come with a 1 year 100% satisfcation guarentee! This product is compatible with: Brother: HL-2130, HL-2140, HL-2150N, HL-2170, HL-2170W, MFC-7320, MFC-7340, MFC-7345N, MFC-7345DN, MFC-7440N, MFC-7840W, DCP-7030, DCP-7040
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My tips on this procedure would be (A) The plastic plug which needs to be remove on the cartridge is really soft plastic. Just get it off and throw it away. I just put a piece of masking tape over the cap hole. That way I don't have to try and remove the cap again next time. (B) I did a good job by poking a small hole in the bottom of the toner bottle to let air in so that the toner came out of the bottle easier. (C) Have one or two wet paper towels ready or a cloth. It does not make a huge mess but imagine very fine black power. You know, do this job where you would do a messy job.(D) The reset leavers inside were not immediately obvious, but if you look at the door when it is open you can see like a little poke thing on the very right hand side sticking up from the door. That sticky-outy presses the door closed button. The button is in a hole vertically centered between the two largeish screws on the right. You can't miss it with those directions. The reset lever is white and on the left just behind the green release lever once you have the cartridge back in. I held them down till it acted like it was done turning its wheels.
I see that several people have had good luck with this toner so maybe it's just the lack of compatibility with the cartridges I was using. Anyway, they were cheap so it's not worth it to worry about returning it or anything... just maybe order one and see if it works for you. I paid just a little more for a reman cartridge and it works fine. So although I rated this one star (because the refills were a waste of time and money) it might be worth the risk to try one and experiment for yourself.
By the way, I did write the manufacturer about the issue, but never received a response. But you know, a $10 item isn't worth getting bent outta shape about. I just wanted to take a minute to give a little objective and (hopefully) helpful information about this product.
However, all good things come to an end, and I actually ran out of toner. I looked at $40+ dollars to replace the actual cartridge and figured a $5 try is worth it. I've never refilled laser toner before, only inkjet cartridges.
In the end, this was a resounding success. The cartridge was loaded and printing is back to perfect. And it was mega-cheap.
Just an FYI: Doing a toner refill is messy. First thing, brother puts a scary "ZOMG YOU VOID YOUR TONER CARTRIDGE WARRANTY IF YOU CUT THIS STICKER OFF" sticker over the toner lid. Also, the lid is obviously not made to come out easily. I worked on the little soft rubber lip with a little patience and got it out without any meaningful damage (loose lip in a spot). You could get by with cardboard cut in an appropriately-sized circle attached to duct tape if you had to replace it. The toner itself is a dusty operation. It doesn't "flow" out of the refill container like I expected and if you squeeze you puff out little clouds of ink. I wasted some and had some blackened fingertips but probably just pennies-worth.
Seller is more than helpful on the phone with questions, don't hesistate to ask. :-)