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Factory Refurbished Brother HL-L3210CW Wireless Color Laser Printer $149.99 Shipped at Walmart

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Walmart.com has the factory refurbished Brother HLL3210CW color laser printer for $149.99 with free shipping. I recently ordered a refurb Brother monochrome all-in one from tWalmart and it arrived looking and working as new, in an OEM Brother box and marked as refurbished. Has wireless and mobile printing capabilities, as well as USB.

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Seeing a lot of unhappy people that are being forced to replace toner cartridges after far less sheets printed than quoted. When one runs "out", entire printer is disabled, even if the "empty" one has lots of toner left in it.
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Seeing a lot of unhappy people that are being forced to replace toner cartridges after far less sheets printed than quoted. When one runs "out", entire printer is disabled, even if the "empty" one has lots of toner left in it.
Agreed. Seems like all the printer manufacturers are also moving towards forcing customers to use their wildly overpriced OEM consumables, through "chip" trickery. I made sure that my most recent printer purchase uses the older Brother TN630/TN660 cartridges, which don't have any of that nonsense.
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Agreed. Seems like all the printer manufacturers are also moving towards forcing customers to use their wildly overpriced OEM consumables, through "chip" trickery. I made sure that my most recent printer purchase uses the older Brother TN630/TN660 cartridges, which don't have any of that nonsense.
Which printer?
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Man that sucks, I'm moving away from HP because a recent firmware update made my aftermarket toner obsolete, I thought brother was a little better about things like that. Is that not the case?
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Which printer?
I ordered a refurb MFC-L2685DW black and white multifunction for $99 shipped (walmart.com); I had posted a deal on it a week or so ago but they've been sold out. I'll keep an eye out for new stock and post if it becomes available again.
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Man that sucks, I'm moving away from HP because a recent firmware update made my aftermarket toner obsolete, I thought brother was a little better about things like that. Is that not the case?
I've gathered that the newer Brothers that use TN730/TN760 cartridges are "chipped" now, limiting non-OEM consumable use. But don't quote me on that; please check it out for yourself when shopping. And I've seen several people write that disabling firmware updates is a wise thing to do, to eliminate manufacturers pulling these stunts once you own their printer.
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brother app sucks. They need to make it more user friendly.
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Man that sucks, I'm moving away from HP because a recent firmware update made my aftermarket toner obsolete, I thought brother was a little better about things like that. Is that not the case?
If any of you have a printer that uses TN730/TN760 cartridges, please chime in with your experience with these.
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If any of you have a printer that uses TN730/TN760 cartridges, please chime in with your experience with these.
I have the Brother MFC-L2710DW using an aftermarket TN760. It still works. Even did a test print just now. Last time I updated was less than a week ago.

So unless there was an update within the past week that disables the cartridge, it still works.
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Agreed. Seems like all the printer manufacturers are also moving towards forcing customers to use their wildly overpriced OEM consumables, through "chip" trickery. I made sure that my most recent printer purchase uses the older Brother TN630/TN660 cartridges, which don't have any of that nonsense.
Can these chips be hacked? Or is it impossible?
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Can these chips be hacked? Or is it impossible?
Apparently, the replacement cartridge mfrs are suggesting that the chips need to be removed from the empty oem cartridges and put into the generic cartridges in order for some of the chip-reading printers to accept the generic cartridges.

Seems like a little bit of a hassle and risk, but maybe there's enough savings to warrant it.
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Decent deal - about $50 less than new from Amazon. Wish that it were duplex though.
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Agreed. Seems like all the printer manufacturers are also moving towards forcing customers to use their wildly overpriced OEM consumables, through "chip" trickery. I made sure that my most recent printer purchase uses the older Brother TN630/TN660 cartridges, which don't have any of that nonsense.
Yeah. Last time I was looking for a printer the #1 thing on my list was consumable costs so I ended up with a Brother L2540DW and the sub $10 toner carts are wonderful. I'm on my 3rd or 4th toner cart and with a couple cases of paper left from when they were still FAR or MM I can print as much as I want without worrying about the costs.
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I used to work for a printer manufacturer in the firmware division. We developed a "calibration" routine that, every time it turned on, it would purposely dump toner in the waste basket.

If you just turn it on and off over and over, it would eventually say "out of toner" and you wouldn't have printed one page.

I left the company because of crap like this, and now so many companies are doing it.
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