Cartridge prices starting at $119.95
The Lexmark T520 SBE is an easy-to-use monochrome laser printer that is more than capable of handling the needs of small workgroups. Powered by a 200MHz processor with 8MB RAM, this offers fast print speeds of up to 20 ppm, with the first page out in approximately 9 seconds. And since it has the option to use a high-yield toner cartridge, it sure helps improve productivity. If you’ve got this printer, you don’t have to look far for an affordable replacement Lexmark toner cartridge. Our Remanufactured Lexmark 12A6735 Black High-Yield Toner Cartridge offers you the same high-quality prints but at a lower cost—imagine saving up to 40% off the price of your previously bought original cartridge. So, shop here now!
How To Replace Cartridge
Here are the steps to replacing the toner cartridge on the Lexmark T520 SBE:
- Turn the T520 SBE off and unplug the printer power cord.
- Open the front door and remove the empty toner cartridge.
- Clean the printer.
- Unpack the new toner cartridge and insert it into the printer.
- Close the front door.
- Replace the fuser cleaner if you are printing special label applications.
- Plug the printer power cord into a properly grounded electrical outlet and turn the printer on.
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I order a new toner cartridge for my Lexmark T520 SBE?
You should order a new toner cartridge when the ‘Toner Low’ alert message first appears on your T520 SBE printer display.
What is the difference between the standard yield cartridge and the high yield cartridge?
A standard yield cartridge is a cartridge that often comes with your Lexmark printer. It prints a small number of pages than the high yield one and comes at a cheaper price. The high yield cartridge, on the other hand, prints more pages as it contains more toner than the standard cartridge. Although it costs more than the standard one, it is most likely to cost less in the long run because it offers a higher page yield.
When should I choose a high yield cartridge for my printer?
If you normally print a lot, then go with a high yield cartridge as it provides a lower cost per page in the long run.