Canon ImageClass D780 ink
Cartridge prices starting at $35.95
The Canon ImageClass D780 is a heavy-duty digital office copier with fax and print functions for even more convenience. With copy speeds of up to 16 cpm at 1,200 x 600 dpi and print speeds of up to 16 ppm at 2,400 x 600 dpi, it helps improve productivity and provides high-quality print and copy output using only a single machine. Finding a replacement toner cartridge for this particular printer is fast, easy, and convenient. For even more savings, choose Carrot Ink’s remanufactured toner cartridges. Our remanufactured Canon L50 is rebuilt to OE standards, so it’s guaranteed to work and fit on your printer or your money back.
Single Ink Cartridges
How To Replace Cartridge
Follow the steps below to easily replace the used toner cartridge on your Canon ImageClass D780:
- Lift the platen unit lever q and slide the platen unit w until the 34 mark appears.
- Open the cartridge cover. Hold the used toner cartridge at the center, and pull it to remove it from the printer.
- Remove the new cartridge from its protective bag. Hold it on both sides and rock it a few times to distribute the toner evenly.
- Find the sealing tape tab and snap it. Then, pull it to remove the entire length of the tape while holding the cartridge with the other hand.
- Insert the new cartridge into the printer as far as it will go.
- Close the cartridge cover and slide the platen unit to the original position.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why am I getting missing dots and white streaks on the printed pages after installing a new cartridge on my Canon ImageClass D780?
Missing dots and white streaks on printouts are often a result of an incorrectly installed toner cartridge. Remove the new cartridge and reinstall it properly to fix this issue.
I just replaced the old original toner cartridge with a remanufactured one, but why is it that the copies are dirty?
When copies are dirty, it often indicates a scratch on the toner cartridge. Remove the cartridge to check and replace it with a new one if necessary.
When copies are too dark or too light, does it mean I got a poor-quality toner cartridge?
No, that is not the case. Copies that are too dark or too light may be due to the settings on your printer. Try checking if the TONER SAVE MODE is on. If yes, then deactivate it.