Which Laser Toner Powder Can use to Refill Brother TN-2150 Toner?
I have a brother printer. I don't remember the model no. I need to refill this laser toner. Toner no is TN-2150. In my country, it is difficult to find brother refill toner powder. I used HP toner powder to refill it. But, print-out very poor and light. I could see lot of toner powder staying around the drum after print. What can I do for this? What kind of other toner powder(HP/CANON/SAMSUNG/EPSON) can I use for this toner instead of brother toner powder? Please help me.
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You can, but it a dirty job. I would not recommend it as the toner powder is very fine and you don't want to breath in this toner powder. If you don't want to purchase a new toner cartridge, then I recommend you buy a re-manufactured toner cartridge for your model printer. They cheaper than the new Brother toner cartridges and usually contain more toner and the drum cartridge components have been refurbished.
Toner Blinking yellow LED indicates that the toner cartridge is nearly empty. Buy a new toner cartridge or refill the cartridge. Refilling the TN cartridges is quite simple and you can do it yourself. It is a very simple process. Please refer to this video.
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I do not recommending refilling a laser cartridge, the toner powder is very fine and you don't want to breath in this powder. I suggest you purchase a recharged or re-manufactured toner cartridge for your model printer, these are much cheaper than the genuine new toner cartridges.
It is perfectly safe to cover the sensors on either side of the cartridge. What works best is to cover it with a piece of black electrical tape. The cartridge is set up so that when you put it in the printer, the printer shines a laser from one end of the cartridge to the other. This laser reads the toner level. If you cover both sides up with tape, it tricks the printer into thinking the cartridge is full of toner.
That is normal with this printer. I own a Cartridge World ink and toner refilling store and we've found that the new Brother color laser machines (that take the TN-110 or TN-115) drop toner speckles onto the pages. This is because the cartridges were designed poorly. We do not recommend new Brother color laser machines for this reason.
If you just want to REPLACE the toner cartridge, open the front door and jiggle the combined toner & drum units out. push down on a blue tab on the side to release the TN-350 toner cartridge and lift it out of the DR-350 drum cartridge.
If you have the toner cartridge out and want to refill it you7rself, DON'T. You can buy toner with about the right size grains, but Brother uses toner with grains that are much smoother and rounder than that aftermarket stuff. The toner is constantly stirred during the print process, and the rough-grained aftermarket toner puts up so much resistance that it often breaks a gear in the body of your MFC. Brother usually doesn't cover that one in their warranty.