Canon ImageClass MF217w Ink & Toner
Cartridge prices starting at $25.95
Enjoy maximum convenience with the Canon ImageClass MF217W. This 4-in-one device allows you to copy, scan, fax, and print with speeds of up to 24 pages per minute. For high-quality but more affordable replacement toner cartridge for this printer, choose only Inkjets. We, here at Inkjets.com, are dedicated to providing only the highest value to our customers by combining reliable and top-quality compatible products with competitive pricing and excellent customer service. For your Canon ImageClass MF217W, we offer the Canon 137 Compatible Black Toner Cartridge Twin Pack. Our Compatible Canon 137 is manufactured under stringent quality standards and provides the same high-quality prints and page yield but is sold at a reasonably low price. Buy here now!
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
By following these steps, you will be able to replace the toner cartridge on the Canon ImageClass MF217W:
- Lift the operation panel to gain access to the old toner cartridge.
- Open the toner cover. To do this, hold the grip at the front right of the toner cover, and then lift the cover up.
- Pull the toner cartridge out of the machine.
- Remove the replacement toner cartridge from the protective bag.
- Shake the toner cartridge 5 or 6 times as shown below to evenly distribute the toner inside the cartridge, and then place it on a flat surface.
- Pull the sealing tape straight out.
- Install the toner cartridge.
- Close the toner cover, and lower the operation panel.
Frequently Asked Questions
How would I know if it's time to order a replacement toner cartridge for my Canon ImageClass MF217W?
When the toner cartridge needs a replacement soon, the <Prepare a cartridge.> appears on the display of your ImageClass MF217W.
Can I still print a few more pages when the <The amount remaining in the cartridge is very low.> appears on the display?
It depends on the amount of toner remaining inside the cartridge. If the print quality improves after shaking the cartridge to redistribute the toner, then you can still resume printing. But if not, then you must replace the old cartridge first.
When the printed output is partially faded, does it mean I have to replace the toner cartridge soon?
Yes. Faded output means the toner cartridge has almost reached the end of its life. Prepare a new cartridge and have it ready for use when the print quality becomes unacceptable.