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Office Depot and Office Max has Brother HL-L2395DW Wireless Monochrome All-In-One Laser Printer for $89.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks amatot

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Office Depot has the Brother AIO HL-L2395DW for 89.99 free shipping and pickup

https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...1000644950

Alternatively Best Buy and Amazon have the same printer on sale for 99.99

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/brot.../6130100.p


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0764NW..._lig_dp_it
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How is the copier quality?
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This one has PCL6 emulation while the L2390-DW only does BR-Script, which means it's a little simpler driver-wise, particularly important if you're not using Windows.
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I have rescued 4 year old clogged cartridges. All you need to do is take a small bowl and put a few tea spoons of hot or boiling water. You soak the print head and it's as good as new. The ink inside don't dry up that fast.

Ink jet produces much better color print.

With that said I do have laser printer. But I'm always looking for long term cost. It looks like the drum needs to be replaced after few thousands sheets. And all the new printers have the IC chip to count down pages. So refilling toner doesn't do a thing. It would be nice to find a laser printer that you can just refill the toner.
Thank you for the information on how to unclog inkjet printheads.

These older models, MFC-L2740dw and HL-L2380dw, will cost about twice or more the price of this l2395dw printer. However, with the MFC, you will get a document feeder with duplex scanning and a fax. The tradeoff is 64 instead of 128 RAM, and 266 mHz instead of 600 mHz processor. No NFC printing (Android phones). I am not sure how much difference the ram and processor speed make for typical home use, but it may make a difference for those who print frequently or are in shared environments. Replacing our work printer (different brand) at work made a huge difference in speed and reduced errors.

The drum in all models mentioned above is good for about 12,000 prints. You would save about $15 to $20 every 3000 prints just because the chipless and older model toner cartridges and drum are less expensive.

I plan on using OEM. I already have a dedicated scanner and can fax an alternate way, if needed. I print less than 3000 copies a year. It is likely that the newer printers will be supported longer and supplies for them may be easier to find locally later. There could be other changes that may make the newer printers better (or worse), for example the Wi-Fi chip. Printers today are made to be disposable, so it's a toss up whether paying more now for the older printer to save money on toner will save you more later, which depends on how often one prints. Only time will tell.

There is information on YouTube how to set THIS l395dw printer to use CONTINUE so the toner will keep working past cartridge life. Not sure if this is until cartridge is completely empty or not. [Updated to add there are YT videos that also show how to reset the toner and drum on this model which I assume will let you use cartridge until it doesn't print anymore and the OWNER wants to change it. My model was recently purchased at OD but has a manufacture date of two years ago. The firmware on it is 1.07. There is a newer firmware 1.08 released in 12/19. I have set my printer to not auto update. Not sure if that makes a difference or not. It looks like one can use the original OEM chip in a compatible cartridge and use the reset procedure. If so, you can get the best features of the newer printer and save on toner costs too!] I am not a fan of chipped cartridges when the only purpose of them is to ensure genuine supplies. I believe this is a choice the customer should be allowed to decide for themselves. [In some case, the only toner available later was aftermarket which allowed me to use a printer until it actually died and not because supplies were no longer available.]

Someone else posted about a Canon MF-264dw, which also includes an automatic document feeder. The drum last 23K and the cost per page appears to be less than this Brother AND it is on sale for the same price. It may be worth checking out too! Only time will tell if this Brother is more reliable or not.
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These older models, MFC-L2740dw and HL-L2380dw, will cost about twice or more the price of this l2395dw printer. However, with the MFC, you will get a document feeder with duplex scanning and a fax. The tradeoff is 64 instead of 128 RAM, and 266 mHz instead of 600 mHz processor. No NFC printing (Android phones). I am not sure how much difference the ram and processor speed make for typical home use, but it may make a difference for those who print frequently or are in shared environments. Replacing our work printer (different brand) at work made a huge difference in speed and reduced errors.

The drum in all models mentioned above is good for about 12,000 prints. You would save about $15 to $20 every 3000 prints. It is my understanding the cartridges in these older models are chipless.

I plan on using OEM. Even so, one would save almost $20 every 3000 (figuring in cost of drum/toner) prints by buying the older printer. I already have a dedicated scanner and can fax an alternate way, if needed. I print less than 3000 copies a year. It is likely that the newer printers will be supported longer and supplies for them may be easier to find locally later. There could be other changes that may make the newer printers better or worse, for example the Wi-Fi chip. Printers today are made to be disposable, so it's a toss up whether paying more now will save you more later, which depends on how often one prints. Only time will tell.

There is information on YouTube how to continue using the toner until it completely runs out. I am not a fan of chipped cartridges when the only purpose of them is to ensure genuine supplies. I believe this is a choice the customer should be allowed to decide for themselves.

Someone else posted about a Canon MF-264dw, which also includes an automatic document feeder. The drum last 23K and the cost per page appears to be less than this Brother AND it is on sale for the same price. It may be worth checking out too! Only time will tell if this Brother is more reliable or not.
Not sure if time will tell, I can definitely tell you that I have a Brother multi-function that still runs from 2013. Currently it tells me that I've printed around 5K+ pages with only 2-3 jammed and that's from using recycled printed paper. Currently it is on its 2nd third party toner, I'm thinking to get this model as a back-up. The newer printer has chip in them, I know this one has chip too, but it seems third party toner are widely available whereas the latest model may have fewer available toners.
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I got the wired version and it is boss. Idk if I'd pay this much more just for wireless but I bet this is a great printer. Brother is quality.

The Amazon knock off cartridges work great by the way
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Been looking to replace my old epson inkjet. Can't remember the last time I printed on a CD or in color, so losing those features is not a big deal to me. Picked this up today. So far printed one mailing label and the detail blows away the old inkjet.
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Use coupon 27019 at staples for $25 off $100. I was able to place order for $81.39 with a filler item
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I got the wired version and it is boss. Idk if I'd pay this much more just for wireless but I bet this is a great printer. Brother is quality.

The Amazon knock off cartridges work great by the way
I've had the wired 2320 for a few years, it's all I need; but recently bought this 2395 for my dad. It's nice and got to admit that I'm jealous. It is a bit bigger, though.
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Been meaning to buy a printer since I moved into my condo 4 years ago. I replaced the phone lines with Ethernet, so this model is perfect.
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Purchased!
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I got the wired version and it is boss. Idk if I'd pay this much more just for wireless but I bet this is a great printer. Brother is quality.

The Amazon knock off cartridges work great by the way
Do you have a particular brand of replacements that you have had good experiences with?
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use 25off/100 from this link
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plus filler and get it for $75 at staples.


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Link brought me to refurbished model
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very timely, in 4 2. Thanks!
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