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What are toner refill kits? These are do-it-yourself refill kits that you can use to refill your own laser toner cartridge in under 10 minutes. Why pay over $50 for a black toner cartridge or over $100 for a color toner cartridge when you can refill that same cartridge in under 10 minutes at a fraction of the cost! Dont let laser printer manufacturers get rich off of you, it doesnt cost any other manufacturer more than a few dollars to make that same cartridge that you are asked to pay ridiculous prices for. All toner cartridges can be refilled, you just need the right toner, the right instructions and the right tools and its a matter of minutes before youre off printing again! Toner refills are available for HP toner, Lexmark toner, Samsung toner, Okidata toner and hundreds more brands of laser toner printers.




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Why buy Uni-Kit toner refill kits? Uni-Kit is a trusted brand that is manufactured in the USA. These refill kits come with full and detailed toner refill instructions, and toner that has been specially formulated and tested to provide the same quality prints as your original cartridge (100% same quality guaranteed on your 1st refill, 90% quality on 2nd refill etc as cartridge wears and tears). Dont buy cheap toner from other sources if you dont know or trust the brand, because your print quality may suffer.


Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Although 123 Refills also sells OEM cartridges, the use of original brand names such as HP, Epson, Canon, Dell and others with reference to remanufactured or compatible inkjet cartridges, toner cartridges or refill kits does not imply that such products are made or endorsed by the OEM manufacturer.


Refilling your old toner cartridges enables you to save big on your laser printing costs! Depending on your model, you could easily save up to 90% per refill when compared to the cost of buying new cartridges! Toner refilling is quick, easy, and clean.


All our toner kits come with detailed, graphic instructions to guide you, step-by-step, to a successful refill. Of course, if ever you do find yourself stuck, our knowledgeable technical support team is always available to assist you if needed.


Toner refilling is an environmentally conscious choice. Every time you refill and reuse an empty cartridge, you put one less cartridge into a landfill! Why throw your perfectly good, but empty cartridge away, when you can use it several times more?


For those who would prefer not to refill but are still looking for cost saving alternatives, see our compatible cartridges. With our compatible laser cartridges, you will easily save up to 65%, depending on your model, totally hassle-free!


The easiest and quickest way to locate the correct ink or toner refill-kit for your printer is to enter the model number of either the printer or the cartridge into the search box below and clicking 'Find My Cartridge'.


There are two basic types of printers: 1) Ink Jet Printers and 2) Laser Printers. Inkjet printersuse ink cartridges to precisely 'spray' liquid ink on the page, and Laser Printers use tonercartridges to 'fuse' toner powder to the page using heat. All printers use a black cartridge whichis full of either black ink or black toner, and color printers also have color cartridges which usethe three primary colors (cyan, magenta and yellow) to form all the colors of the rainbow.These colors are produced by the precise blending of the three primary colors on the printerpage. In addition, some printers now have additional ink colors (usually called photo colors)which are used to make photographs more realistic. Some Ink Cartridges have all threeprimary colors in one color cartridge (the cartridge is divided into separate chambers so thecolors don't mix before they are sprayed on the page), but most new ink jet printers, and allcolor laser printers have separate cartridges for each color.


When your printer runs out of ink or toner you have to refill the ink or toner. The printermanufacturers want you to purchase their replacement cartridges or ink refills because they areinexpensive to make, and expensive to buy. There are other alternatives, however. We haverefilled and compatible cartridges available for all printers. These cartridges sell anywhere from a 10% discountto a 75% discount over the Manufacturer's cartridges, and are our biggest seller. They are used exactlylike new printer ink cartridges -take them out of the box, load them in your printer, and printaway! Find the right cartridge by selecting your printer'smanufacturer or by using the search box above.


The least expensive alternative, however, to use your printer is to refill the cartridges yourself,which involves injecting ink into your cartridge using a syringe, or simply pouring laser tonerinto a toner (laser) cartridge. Read our overview of the printer ink refillprocess, or an overview of the laser toner refill process. Most cartridges can be refilled multiple times, and the savingsare serious. Our refill kits were our original product, and we're the Ink Refill and Toner RefillExperts. Different printers use different inks & toner, and if you want the refill to work youhave to purchase the right ink or toner and use the right refill tools. Our product is NOT a one-size-fits-all product. Our ink refills and toner refills are manufactured specifically for each individualprinter, and are guaranteed to work in your printer. Find the right printer refill kit by selectingyour printer's manufacturer above or by using the search box above.


Toner refill (which is different than remanufactured toner cartridges) appears to be the cheapest alternative because the initial cost of a refill kit or service is significantly lower. However, we challenge you to stop and think about why the price difference is so significant and what value is lost with the price cut.


Toner refill can be accomplished by using a company that provides this service or you can do it yourself. Refilling toner yourself can be extremely messy and requires some mechanical dexterity to do it properly. Although this solution appears cost-effective at first glance, it can end up costing you significantly more in the long run. Here are three reasons why:


Each printer manufacturer has unique formulas for the toner used in different machines and models which allows the manufacturer to retain some quality control of printer output. Using the wrong type of toner when refilling toner cartridges can additionally cause damage to your equipment.


The other cost-saving alternative is buying non-OEM (original equipment manufacturer) toner cartridges. These cartridges will offer the most comparable quality at a better value than that of the OEM toner cartridges.


Toner refills for HP Color LaserJet Pro M479 printer at discounted price! Whether you want to refill your empty HP Color LaserJet Pro M479 toner cartridge using our refill kit or just looking for ready-to-use cartridge replacement, - we can satisfy everyone!


Toner Refill Store was created with a very simple goal in mind; to provide quality toner refill kits at the lowest possible prices. Let's face it, the most expensive part of owning a printer is the cost of the supplies (mainly the TONER). We offer high quality compatible cartridges, toner refill kits, maintenance kits, copier toners, and many other toner supplies for a fraction of the price! We will cut your cost for printer supplies by as much as 80%.


I've been using laser printers for decades now and am always shocked at how much printer companies charge for new toner cartridges. Fortunately there is a quick and inexpensive way to refill your cartridges. I bought a new Brother HL-L2300D laser printer online for $80 (March 2019), but the replacement toner cartridge was over $50! I'll show you how to refill your cartridge for more like $5. This is the 'starter' cartridge that comes with the printer by the way. Cartridges are supposed to be able to be refilled at least twice before replacement. With my old HP printer cartridge I must have refilled it closer to 6 to 10 times for 4-6 years before the optical drum finally just wore out and I couldn't find a new replacement cartridge.


Most laser printer cartridges contain a big hollow space called the 'hopper' filled with a very fine dry powder that we call toner. The hopper transfers the toner to other components that ultimately wind up fusing the toner to the printer paper. Printers have various ways of determining when the toner has been used up. Some Brother printers pass a light through the cartridge to detect low toner and can be fooled by placing a piece of black tape over a 'window' in the side of the cartridge. In my case though the cartridge uses a different method that is more complicated and just stopped printing when the toner got low. I was able to keep it printing for awhile longer by using a procedure suggested online though.


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