MFC-J985DWCartridge prices starting at $8.99
Shop Cartridges for MFC-J985DW
- Brother LC20E Extra High-Yield Compatible Ink Cartridge 4-Pack Combo
Contains 1 Black, 1 Cyan, 1 Magenta, and 1 Yellow Extra High-Yield Compatible Ink CartridgesLearn More$19.994 Cartridges / $ ea
- Brother LC20EBK Black Extra High Yield Compatible Ink Cartridge 2400 Page Yield
- Brother LC20EY Yellow Extra High Yield Compatible Ink Cartridge 1200 Page Yield
- Brother LC20EC Cyan Extra High Yield Compatible Ink Cartridge 1200 Page Yield
- Brother LC20EM Magenta Extra High Yield Compatible Ink Cartridge 1200 Page Yield
How to Replace Cartridge(s)
Check out our quick guide on how to replace the ink cartridge on the Brother MFC-J985DW
- Turn your printer on, and then open the ink cartridge cover on the right side of your printer. Remove the orange protective part.
- Take your new ink cartridge from its packaging, and then remove the orange protective packing by turning the green lever counterclockwise.
- Install the new ink cartridge in the right ink slot color. Press the push button and wait until the lever snaps up (indicating the correct position).
- Close the ink cartridge cover. Your printer will start the cleaning process which typically takes five minutes.
- After the cleaning process, press OK to print the quality check sheet. Check the quality of the print by following the instructions on the screen.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to buy all the colors for my Brother MFC-J985DW printer to work?
Yes, you do. Your MFC-J985DW printer needs all 4 cartridges (black, cyan, magenta, and yellow) to function.
Will my printer accept generic ink cartridges?
Definitely! Our products are safe to use, and we believe strongly in their quality. So much, in fact, that we offer a one-year warranty from your purchase date! If you encounter any issues, give us a call and we’ll walk you through it.
How many pages can I get from one cartridge?
Each cartridge yields approximately 1,200 pages. Please note that this may vary depending on your printer settings, print quality, paper type, of use and other factors.