Canon FAX L200 ink
Cartridge prices starting at $18.95
The Canon FAX L200 makes work convenient for small offices, thanks to its ability to fax, copy, print, and scan. At Carrot Ink, we’ll make sure your printer continues to meet your business’ demands. Save up to 75% on high-quality ink, when you purchase your next cartridge from us. Our Canon FX3 (1557A002BA) Black Remanufactured Toner Cartridge is designed to meet and exceed OEM standards. We make sure that our toners come with the same features and dimensions as that of original cartridges, guaranteeing you that they will work with your printer without voiding its warranty. Avail our free shipping promo by ordering more than of products today! Click on that Add to Cart button and start shopping!
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How To Replace Cartridge(s)
- Plug in your printer.
- Lift its latch and open the front cover. Remove the old cartridge.
- Remove your new toner from its bag and gently rock it several times to distribute the ink inside.
- Place your new toner on a flat surface. Then, gently pull on the plastic tab to completely remove the plastic seal.
- Hold the new toner by its handle and insert it into the machine as far as it can go.
- Close your printer’s front cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I trust remanufactured inks?
There are a couple of great benefits when purchasing remanufactured inks! For one, you’ll get to save so much as opposed to buying brand-name cartridges. Secondly, you’ll also help save the environment by choosing reused and recycled cartridges that would only otherwise end up polluting landfills!
How many pages can I get out of this toner?
Our Canon FX3 (1557A002BA) Black Remanufactured Toner Cartridge has an estimated page yield of 3,500. This may, however, change depending on how often you print, the paper you use, and your printer’s settings.
How long can I keep unopened toners in store if I buy in bulk?
Our toners have a shelf life of 24 to 36 months. To ensure its longevity, we recommend that you keep them in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.