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Brother TN760 HIGH Yield Cartridge Toner $59.65

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[Amazon.ca] Brother TN760 HIGH Yield Cartridge Toner $59.65

Brother TN760 HIGH Yield Cartridge Toner
Price: $59.65
You Save: $40.34 (40%)
Color Name: Black



The use of Brother Genuine replacement high yield toner cartridges like the TN-760 produces sharp, black and white pages with the quality you expect from Brother products. The Brother TN-760 replacement laser black toner cartridge is for use with 9 Brother products. This professional cartridge is intelligently engineered to work in seamless unison without compromising the quality of the print. The Brother Genuine TN-760 replacement high yield black toner cartridge can print approximately 3,000 pages(1). Once you've ordered your replacement cartridges from Amazon, you can feel comfortable knowing that Brother has an environmentally smart solution. Brother is dedicated to being environmentally responsible and offers disposal programs for properly discarding its cartridges. This replacement cartridge is for use with the following Brother printers and all-in-ones; DCPL2550DW, HLL2350DW, HLL2370DW, HLL2370DWXL, HLL2390DW, HLL2395DW, MFCL2710DW, MFCL2750DW, MFCL2750DWXL.Image
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Jul 22, 2019
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I just buy remanufactured cartridges. About $12 a piece of amazon or eBay.
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simplypop wrote: I just buy remanufactured cartridges. About $12 a piece of amazon or eBay.
Amen for Moustache
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Good price for OEM, but agree I've used Moustache with no issues.
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Disappointed that my MFC L2740DW isn't compatible. Just learned that L2740DW is completely different from L2730DW and L2750DW. Weird naming convention Flushed Face
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SWEET! I have tried the aftermarket and they do not seem to contain the same amount of toner that the OEM do. My office would go through a no name toner at least twice as fast as the OEM, both high capacity. And we don't print that much.
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I've used Inkfirst and V4ink and they are both good.
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Doesn’t the Brother toner last much longer than the Moustache and other generic brands? Or it does, but it still doesn’t justify the price premium?
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The oem ones last longer and have better quality prints. That said, I buy the aftermarket ones for my office too and even if they don’t last as long, at $12-15 each in bulk I can do far better than the originals
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Apr 20, 2020
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Whats a good B/W laser printer that can easily be used with non OEM ink?
(sorry to hijack thread)
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ORKYYC wrote: Whats a good B/W laser printer that can easily be used with non OEM ink?
(sorry to hijack thread)
Brother.. easiest brand to get knockoffs for, and to refill yourself as well.

Most of the time the toner says empty before it's actually empty. With brother cartrdiges, just unscrew and turn the knob counter-clockwise and you will squeeze another few hundred sheets at least out of it.
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nicknam4e wrote: Disappointed that my MFC L2740DW isn't compatible. Just learned that L2740DW is completely different from L2730DW and L2750DW. Weird naming convention Flushed Face
From a quick google search it looks like your model uses TN660 cartridges? That's the same toner my L2720DW model uses.
Check ebay. You can get a 4 pack for less than $40 shipped for the TN660 cartridges.

123ink sells generic non-branded toner on their ebay store under the name "SaveOnMany". That's where I got mine. Been using them since 2018 with no issues and thousands of pages printed. Got 1800+ pages from one cartridge. It started complaining at one point about needing to be replaced, but I just reset it and it kept printing. Must've been at least 2000 pages in the end.
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nicknam4e wrote: Disappointed that my MFC L2740DW isn't compatible. Just learned that L2740DW is completely different from L2730DW and L2750DW. Weird naming convention Flushed Face
L2740DW uses TN660 and I generally get them from Amazon , 2pk for $23ish. Yields about 1000 pages before fading starts. Pretty economical I'd say
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Jon Lai wrote: Brother.. easiest brand to get knockoffs for, and to refill yourself as well.

Most of the time the toner says empty before it's actually empty. With brother cartrdiges, just unscrew and turn the knob counter-clockwise and you will squeeze another few hundred sheets at least out of it.
There's also the option to reset the toner counter as well. When it starts complaining that your cartridge is empty and you need to replace it. You can open up the front (where the toner is located) and press and hold a button on the keypad (I think pound sign # for my model) for a certain amount of seconds. It will bring up the toner counter reset menu and you can select the cartridge to reset and bam, no more complaining about empty cartridge, allowing you to keep printing.

It's amazing how many more pages I am able to get out of a cartridge even after it tells me it needed to be replaced.
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enigma54 wrote: Doesn’t the Brother toner last much longer than the Moustache and other generic brands? Or it does, but it still doesn’t justify the price premium?
Moustache has high yield toners as well
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Jon Lai wrote: Why stop there? Buy refills for even less than that :D
Refills are more pain in the ass. For $10-$12 I’m good with buying eBay. Back in the day with inkjet it was a pain in the ass too
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BobSagget wrote: There's also the option to reset the toner counter as well. When it starts complaining that your cartridge is empty and you need to replace it. You can open up the front (where the toner is located) and press and hold a button on the keypad (I think pound sign # for my model) for a certain amount of seconds. It will bring up the toner counter reset menu and you can select the cartridge to reset and bam, no more complaining about empty cartridge, allowing you to keep printing.

It's amazing how many more pages I am able to get out of a cartridge even after it tells me it needed to be replaced.
DIdn't know this, thanks for the tip!
simplypop wrote: Refills are more pain in the ass. For $10-$12 I’m good with buying eBay. Back in the day with inkjet it was a pain in the ass too
Agreed it's a pain, but the way I see it, you don't really know the quality of the remanufactured toners, which are essentially used and refilled anyways. If you refill it yourself, you know you're using a good drum (OEM?)

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