DCP-7045NCartridge prices starting at $25.99
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- Brother TN360 & DR360 Compatible 3-Piece Combo PackIncludes 2x TN360 Black, 1x DR360 Drum compatible toner cartridges Learn More$53.993 Cartridges / $ ea
- Brother TN360 (Replaces TN330) Black High-Yield Compatible Toner Cartridge Twin Pack 2,600 Each Page Yield$39.992 Cartridges / $ ea
- Brother TN360 Compatible Black Jumbo Toner Cartridge 5,200 Page Yield
How to Replace Cartridge(s)
Here's how to install a new toner cartridge into your Brother DCP-7045N printer:
- Open the front cover, then slowly take out the drum unit and toner cartridge assembly.
- Place them on a clean, flat surface with a drop cloth underneath to avoid spilling or scattering the toner.
- Push down the green lock lever to release the toner cartridge out of the drum unit.
- Unpack your new toner cartridge, then hold it straight with both hands on the sides. Gently rock it from side to side--about six times--to spread the toner evenly inside.
- Pull off the protective cover, then place the new toner cartridge firmly into the drum unit until it locks into place.
- Then, clean the primary corona wire of the drum unit by gently sliding the green tab several times from right to left. Once it's done, put the drum unit and toner cartridge assembly back into the printer.
- Close the front cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there any difference between toner and ink cartridges?
Toner cartridges are used in laser printers like your Brother DCP-7045N. Ink cartridges, however, are used in inkjet printers.
What are compatible toner cartridges?
They refer to toner cartridges that are not produced by the printer's original manufacturer. However, these cartridges, like ones included with Inkjets.com's Brother TN360 Compatible Black High-Yield Laser Toner Cartridge Twin Pack, use the same design and components, and work the same way. The only big difference is they provide the same quality results while allowing for greater savings.
How do I store my unopened toner cartridge properly?
Easy—keep them away from bright light and fluctuating indoor temperatures. This way, you can maintain their composition and quality.