Refilling lazer printer cartridge

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Michael Rodenshtro

Hello People!
I'm new to this newsgroup (well...never had a problem with my printers until
now).
I really need your input on this one.
I recently got lazer printer Lexmark E210. The replacement cartrigde costs
$100-130 and I wish I knew it before I bought the printer. But know I'm
faced with a dilemma: should I return the printer to the store (I can still
do that...but I got a really good deal on it) or I can refill the cartridge.
Does anyone here actually refills a lazer printer cartrigde? And how is
it...is it easy? Do you need some special tool or anything else to do it?
Should I be careful who I buy the replacement toner from or it's all good?
I'd appreciate any input.

Best regards
 
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Alan

Michael Rodenshtro said:
Hello People!
I'm new to this newsgroup (well...never had a problem with my printers until
now).
I really need your input on this one.
I recently got lazer printer Lexmark E210. The replacement cartrigde costs
$100-130 and I wish I knew it before I bought the printer. But know I'm
faced with a dilemma: should I return the printer to the store (I can still
do that...but I got a really good deal on it) or I can refill the cartridge.
Does anyone here actually refills a lazer printer cartrigde? And how is
it...is it easy? Do you need some special tool or anything else to do it?
Should I be careful who I buy the replacement toner from or it's all good?
I'd appreciate any input.
Just put "lexmark E210" into Google (or look up "laser" in your local
Yellow Pages) and you'll find thousands of offers for toner refills,
about 1/2-2/3 the "original" price. You can get kits and do it
yourself, but it's not trivial, and can be messy.

see <http://www.scc-inc.com/Engine/e210/default.htm>
 
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Michael Rodenshtro

Hello Alan!
I've

Alan said:
"Michael Rodenshtro" <anonim1977@nospam.yahoo.com> wrote in message

Just put "lexmark E210" into Google (or look up "laser" in your local
Yellow Pages) and you'll find thousands of offers for toner refills,
about 1/2-2/3 the "original" price. You can get kits and do it
yourself, but it's not trivial, and can be messy.

see <http://www.scc-inc.com/Engine/e210/default.htm>
 
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Michael Rodenshtro

Hello Alan!
I've checked out the yellowpages. You were right. Prices are more appealing.
Thanx
 
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Model Flyer

Michael Rodenshtro said:
Hello Alan!
I've checked out the yellowpages. You were right. Prices are more appealing.
Thanx
Michael, don't use a standard vacuum cleaner to clean up any toner
that you spill as it will pass through the bag and filter and short
out the motor. Toner floating around the room aint good for you
either, gives you bad cold like symptoms and toner won't break down
in your lungs either.

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