Canon ImageClass D661 ink
Cartridge prices starting at $32.95
The Canon ImageClass D661 is ideal for businesses that need a robust copier and printer in one with maintenance-free performance. It features print speeds of up to 13 ppm at 600 x 600 dpi resolution and copy speeds of up to 13 cpm for letter-size documents and 10 cpm for legal size at 1200 x 600 dpi copy resolution. Plus, it comes with one easily replaceable cartridge, thanks to Canon’s exclusive Single Cartridge System that contains the drum, development unit, and toner. If you have this printer and you want to save on printing costs, why not choose a remanufactured toner cartridge? At Cannot Ink, you may get a remanufactured Canon L50 at the fraction of the cost of an OEM cartridge. It’s professionally tested before packed, so you can rest assured that you get only high-quality product. And it even comes with a full-year money-back guarantee!
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How To Replace Cartridge(s)
To replace the used toner cartridge on the Canon ImageClass D661, simply follow the steps below:
- Lift the platen unit lever q and slide the platen unit w until you see the 34 mark.
- Open the cartridge cover.
- Hold the toner cartridge at the center and pull it to take it out of the printer.
- Remove the new cartridge from the bag and rock it 5 or 6 times to distribute the toner evenly.
- Find the sealing tape tab on the cartridge and slowly pull it while holding the cartridge with the other hand.
- Gently slide the new cartridge into the machine as far as it will go.
- Close the cartridge cover and slide the platen unit to the original position.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the recommended storage condition for unused toner cartridges?
Make sure to store unused toner cartridges at temperatures between 68°F to 77°F (20°C to 25°C) and relative humidity between 40% to 70%.
Is there a telltale sign that says it’s time to replace the toner cartridge on my Canon ImageClass D661?
Aside from the ‘REPLACE CARTRIDGE’ error message appearing on the LCD display, white streaks or light bands on printed pages often indicate that it’s time to replace the toner cartridge on your Canon printer.
How can I get more pages out of my printer when the cartridge starts running low on toner?
To get more pages out of your printer when it’s low on toner, simply remove the cartridge from the printer. Then, gently rock the cartridge five or six times to distribute the remaining toner inside evenly. After that, reinstall the cartridge in the printer and make a few test copies.