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Brother DR-210CL Four Drums - 1 Black1 Cyan1 Magenta1 Yellow - Retail Packaging

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  • Approximate Yield 15,000
  • For use with HL-3040cn, HL-3070cw, MFC-9010cn, MFC-9120cn, MFC-9320cw
  • Note: This product is a set of drums which hold the toner. It is not the toner itself.
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Brother DR-210CL Four Drums - 1 Black1 Cyan1 Magenta1 Yellow - Retail Packaging + Brother TN210BK GenuineBlack Toner Cartridge
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  • Media: Office Product
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.1 x 36.3 x 37.6 cm ; 2.1 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 Kg
  • Item model number: DR-210CL
  • ASIN: B002ONCBC6
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 17 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #26,752 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Four Drums (1 Black, 1 Cyan, 1 Magenta, 1 Yellow).

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By behrlawfirm on April 15 2015
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great price, arrived earlier than expected
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By Danling Chen on May 27 2015
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works perfectly.
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Amazon.com: 547 reviews
175 of 178 people found the following review helpful
How to print a lot more--override the automatic stop Oct. 5 2011
By Active Dad - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I love this printer, although you have to override the feature that automatically stops printing when the toner is low. I've found that I get many pages of good quality copies even after the printer said that the toner was out, but you have to manually reset. It appears that there are a couple of warnings. One warning lets you know that you're getting low on toner, at which point you better buy another cartridge. The printer keeps printing, so no problem.

Then later, in my case many weeks later, another warning kicks in and completely stops you from printing. You could just replace the cartridge, or what I do is override this and just keep printing until I decide that I don't like the look anymore. You'll lose a little paper at some point because you'll have to reprint, but paper is cheap and toner is expensive so it seems like a good trade-off to me.

Here's how it works on my machine. Yours might be a little different, so experiment to make it work, but just remember that there should be a way to override and keep printing even though the toner's low:

1. Open the door as if you're going to replace the toner (but don't replace).
2. You might have to press the "menu" button.
3. Press the "clear" button.
4. Scroll with the down arrow until you see the color that has "run-out"
5. Press "OK" to reset (#1 on my machine)
6. Finally close the door again. The printer should now reset itself and keep printing. You might have to press "start" or cycle the power on and off again.
7. Remember that you're almost out of toner, so make sure that you have a replacement cartridge available.

Enjoy!
121 of 122 people found the following review helpful
Clarification re drum life and toner April 26 2010
By Mary Jennifer Harwell - Published on Amazon.com
Just a minor point of correction to the previous review that addresses the distinction between the DRUM units and the TONER cartridges: first, when you purchase the printer, it arrives with 4 drum units that ALREADY HAVE "STARTER" TONER CARTRIDGES IN THEM. This may be lead to some of the confusion, but, yes, they are distinctly separate products. Second, the previous review indicates that the drum units are good for "5,000" pages and that you would therefore replace the toner cartridges 3 times before replacing the drum. In point of fact, the drum life is rated at "15,000" pages. Consequently, you would replace the toner 8-9 times IF you use the TN-160 toner product --rated at 1,600 pages-- or closer to 6-7 times if you use the more economical TN-210 product which is rated for 2,100 pages.
90 of 91 people found the following review helpful
DON"T REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE IF IT SAYS THAT YOU ARE OUT. Feb. 20 2012
By JT - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Black
Just wanted to let you know that you don't need to replace toner when it says to replace. There is a error in the software that causes the printer to say "low ink" and then later on to replace the ink when in actuality that is not the case. I contacted brother and complained and they were telling me that there was nothing wrong and that I have to buy more ink. Look at all the reviews on this printer and ink and you will see a lot of people are having problems with ink running out soon. I purchased the Brother mfc-9320cw and after a small amount of printing, the machine said "low ink" one by one on all the colors and then said I was out. That happened twice within a small amount of time. There is a cartridge ink override trick that resets the printer ink warning. It allows you to keep printing which several people including myself have described. When the machine says that magenta, cyan, yellow or black has run out, follow the instructions below and then print to your hearts content. That's what I'm doing. God Bless!!!!! :-)

TONER OVERRIDE:
Turn on the machine. Once the machine has completed the start up process, open the toner access door. The lcd should say that it is open. While the door is open, press the Clear/Back button. You will then see the toner reset menu. If you have the starter cartridges, click the "TNR-STR" and the color and then reset. Do this for all the colors. If you have the high yield cartridges go to "TNR-STD" and reset all the colors. God Bless and Enjoy!!!!
25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Easy to install Aug. 18 2010
By Tooncesmom - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I acquired a Brother MFC-9320CW all-in-one printer last year and was very disappointed when the "toner low" message popped up in the menu window after running only 50 or so copies. Finally at approximately 250 copies, the toner in all three color cartridges ran out, so I was obliged to replace them. The first few pages were a bit light, but now the cartridges perform better than the originals that came with the unit. Cartridges are super easy to install and colors are vivid. Time will tell if I actually get the 1400 copies stated on the package, but if not, there's a way to extend cartridge life. Just Google the Brother printer model and add "toner override" then scroll down the forum for instructions.
After another 500 or so pages, the original black toner cartridge gave the "toner low" indicator, so I replaced it with an OEM cartridge and everything is working wonderfully. I have to say, however, that I am disappointed that Brother would install such minimal usage cartridges for their printers. Total cost to replace all four was $200. As for the print quality, though, I couldn't be happier.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Why the 1 Star? April 1 2010
By W. Richmon - Published on Amazon.com
Quite simply: The Brother color laser printers have a separate drum (DR) for each of the four toner (TN)cartridges. The toner cartridges fit into the drums. The drums should last for 5,000 pages, but the toner cartridges are rated for 1,600 pages so you will have to replace the toner cartridges about three times before the drum unit needs to be replaced. The Brother printers clearly state the toner cartridge and drum part numbers that they use.

If the part number didn't tip off the previous reviewer, the price of the Drums should have. A set of 4 toner cartridges lists for $285, although you can purchase them on Amazon for around $200. The 4 drums are sold as a set and cost $104 on Amazon.

I just bought the Brother 9120 printer and it uses these cartridges. I also just ordered an extra set of the toner cartridges from Amazon and they arrived yesterday. The print looks great so the printer, drums and toner cartridges are all working together well.