Samsung SCX-4835FR ink
Cartridge prices starting at $30.95
The Samsung SCX-4835FR can print, scan, and fax, with speeds of up to 33 pages per minute—all the features you need in a machine well-suited for office use. And with Carrot Ink's Samsung MLT-D205L Black High Yield Compatible Toner Cartridge, you'll get consistent high-quality prints at a fraction of the original cost. Why spend more on retail when you have a smart, cost-saving alternative on your hands? We manufacture our products in an ISO-9001 certified facility, guaranteeing you that they all meet and exceed OEM standards. Cheap doesn't meant low-quality with Carrot Ink! And if you order before 3PM Pacific Time today, we'll make sure to ship your products on the same day. Click on that Add To Cart button, and start shopping!
Single Ink Cartridges
How To Replace Cartridge
- Open your printer's front cover. Then, pull the old cartridge out.
- Unpack your new toner. Then, pull on the tab to remove the protective tape.
- Roll your cartridge five to six times to distribute the toner inside.
- Hold the new cartridge by its handle, then slow insert it into the machine.
- Close your printer's front cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm worried that remanufactured cartridges will void my printer's warranty. What guarantee do I have that this will work with my printer?
You don't have anything to worry about, as our toners will all come in the same features and dimensions as that of the original cartridges. This gives you the guarantee that they are compatible with your Samsung SCX-4835FR and won't void your printer's warranty.
Do you have a warranty?
Yes, we do! We have a one-year warranty valid upon the date of your purchase. On top of that, we also have a no-questions-asked return policy. If you're unsatisfied with any of our products, just let us know and we'll either replace it or give you your money back—no questions asked!
How many pages can I get out of one toner?
Our Samsung MLT-D205L Black High Yield Compatible Toner Cartridge have a page yield of 5,000. This may vary, however, depending on how often you print, the type of paper you use, and your printer's settings.