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Where do I obtain a replacement for the waste toner box for the Brother HL-4070CDW printer - Dan

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Hi Dan.

Part number is WT100CL

Here the part:

Brother HL4070CDW Waste Toner Container (Genuine).

Here used one.

I suggest buying the new one.

If solution was helpful, then please do not forget to accept.

Regards.

Ginko.

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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