Rated 4.1 out of 5?by 10
Rated 4 out of 5?by Floridareader toner purchase
works well, clean copies, long life, easy to insert and remove. Beware of packaging. It is cheaper to buy two single cartiridges than to buy the duo pack. Don't get suckered in thinking the duo pack will be cheaper and moneysaving. It isn't.
December 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5?by vicky very good product
Great deal for the toner cartridge
March 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5?by Brenda Great product for price
Brother printers and toner are the best ever. Efficient, rarely malfunction, great cost per page. Will continue to buy brother printers and toners for all professional and personal needs.
February 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5?by McCray Chiropractic New High Yield Toner Creates Black Lines?
I purchased the Brother High Yield toner cartridges because the additional pages it could print, compared to the cost per page of a regular toner cartridge, was a no-brainer. However, when I replaced our "compatible" toner cartridges with the genuine high yield version, prints and copies would come out with small black "knicks" on the right side, evenly spaced down the page.
I cleaned the drum, the inside of the printers, corona wire, and everything I knew how to do, yet page after page these black marks persisted.
Finally I realized that after 20-25 pages of bad prints that I should return them to the store. I purchased in their place two genuine standard-capacity toner cartridges.
When I installed these cartridges, on one printer, no black notches appeared. On the other, they printed just like the previous cartridges. As I was preparing to return that one as well, a work associate called and said that after about 10 pages, the black marks went away.
It is not a problem with the drum unit, because when I replaced the high yield cartridges with our old "compatible" type, no black marks were made. That indicates that it is the cartridge. If new high-yield toner is supposed to run through 50 copies in order for it to print properly, Brother's got a sour product on their hands. That's wasted time and resources for their customers. It should be 100% ready to go out of the box.
May 14, 2013