Canon ImageClass D760 Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $32.95
The Canon ImageCLASS D760 is the only multifunction printer you'll ever need. It has maximum print speeds of up to 16 pages per minute, with optimized resolution of up to 2400x600 dpi for those clear, professional prints. But don't let a fast-emptying toner cartridge hinder your tasks—always make sure you have an extra one from Inkjets.com. Check out our Canon L50 (6812A001AA) Remanufactured Black Toner Cartridge. It offers an amazing 5000-page yield and can rival even OEMs in delivering razor-sharp, black print output. But what makes it the defining option is its affordable price tag, ensuring you get the best print results while spending less. Shop now and enjoy up to 27% off, plus free shipping. Look no further than Inkjets.com for the best deals.
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Is it time to replace the toner cartridge in your Canon ImageCLASS D760? Get started on it by following this handy guide:
- Open the print cartridge cover.
- Grasp the used toner cartridge and carefully remove it from its slot.
- Take the new toner cartridge out of its protective bag. Holding the cartridge with both hands, gently rock it from side to side up to 6 times to distribute the toner evenly inside.
- Place the cartridge on a flat, sturdy surface. Grip the sealing tape tab and snap it to the side until it detaches. Firmly and slowly pull off the sealing tape using the tab.
- Align the new cartridge properly with its slot in the printer, then slide it in as far as it will go.
- Close the print cartridge cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does page yield mean?
This refers to the expected number of printed pages a toner cartridge can produce. The amount you get, however, is actually influenced by several factors, including the resolution settings of your Canon ImageCLASS D760 printer, complexity of the document, type of paper, and frequency of use.
How do remanufactured toner cartridges save me money?
The Canon L50 (6812A001AA) Remanufactured Black Toner Cartridge offered by Inkjets.com has excellent page yield and always delivers high-quality print results, rivaling even OEMs. But the best thing is, our option won't make a massive dent in your budget compared to getting branded cartridges.
Is there a difference between toner and ink cartridges?
Yep. Toner cartridges are used in laser printers. Ink cartridges, on the other hand, are used in inkjet printers.