Cartridge prices starting at $9.99

The Brother MFC-J280W is a compact and easy-to-use all-in-printer that’s ideal for any home or office use. It allows you to print, copy, scan, and fax without so much hassle. So make sure it always functions when you need it—be sure to have a spare new ink cartridge on hand. Carrot Ink provides you with a convenient way to shop for replacement cartridges online. With our easy-to-navigate website, you can find the exact Brother ink cartridge that you need without leaving the comfort of your home or office. Get our Brother LC75 High-Yield Compatible 5-Pack Combo should you wish to replace all ink cartridges or keep the rest for future use. Ordering is easy—just add the product to your cart or call us via phone line.

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  1. Brother LC75 (Replaces LC71) High-Yield Compatible Ink Cartridge 10-Pack Combo
    Brother LC75 (Replaces LC71) High-Yield Compatible Ink Cartridge 10-Pack Combo

    Contains 4 Brother LC75 Black, 2 Brother LC75 Cyan, 2 Brother LC75 Magenta, and 2 Brother LC75 Yellow Compatible Ink Cartridges.

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    10 Cartridges / $ ea
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  2. LC75 (Replaces LC71) Color Compatible High Yield Ink Cartridge 3-Pack
    Brother LC75 (Replaces LC71) Color Compatible High Yield Ink Cartridge 3-Pack

    • (1) LC75C (Replaces LC71C) Compatible Cyan
    • (1) LC75M (Replaces LC71M) Compatible Magenta
    • (1) LC75Y (Replaces LC71Y) Compatible Yellow
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    3 Cartridges / $ ea
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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

  1. Open the cover of the ink cartridge.
  2. Release the used cartridge by pushing the lock release lever, and then slide it out of the printer.
  3. Get the new ink cartridge and pull it out of the bag.
  4. Rotate the green release lever on the orange protective packing clockwise. And then, pull the orange protective packing off.
  5. Slide the new ink cartridge into the printer.
  6. Push the mark “PUSH” at the back of the cartridge until you hear it click into place.
  7. Close the cover of the ink cartridge. The printer will reset the ink dot counter automatically.


Frequently Asked Questions


How would I know if one of the ink cartridges on my Brother MFC-J280W is running out of ink?

The Brother MFC-J280W is equipped with an ink dot counter, which automatically monitors the level of ink in each cartridge. When one of the cartridges is running out of ink, an error message will appear on your printer screen.


Is it a good idea to replace the ink cartridge even if it still has a small amount of ink left in the cartridge?

Yes. It is necessary to replace the cartridge without waiting for it to get totally depleted to prevent air from drying out and damaging the printhead assembly.


What to do if I started printing with a new cartridge installed in the wrong slot?

Remove the new cartridge first. Then, clean the print head several times to remove any trace of ink from the new cartridge. Once done, reinstall the new cartridge in the correct slot.