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# 205806 28-Nov-2016 09:47
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Anyone had experience of buying GENUINE Brother MFC-9340CDW Laser printer Toner Cartridges. If so where did you get them from and at what price and were you happy.

 

TN251 Cartridges Std Yield TN251C/TN251M/TN251Y & TN251BK

 

or

 

TN255 Cartridges Hi Yield TN255C/TN255M/TN255Y





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  # 1678644 28-Nov-2016 09:55
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https://price.geekzone.co.nz/search.aspx?q=tn251 

 

I never regretted buying genuine toners.  Recycled have let me down too many times.

 

Corporate COnsumables have a good reputation.  Lots of the OfficeMax style stationery companies have them at competitive prices.





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  # 1678647 28-Nov-2016 10:02
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Have to agree. Got some third party ones (Printec) for the same model and basically wrecked the printer with a problem that requires you to do the drum repair action every time you want to use it.

Official ones are so expensive though the printer is now retired on a shelf in the garage.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1678661 28-Nov-2016 10:17
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 OK guys, thx for PriceSpy heads-up. https://price.geekzone.co.nz/product.aspx?pid=889715321

 

Looking at Tech Warehouse - anybody had experience with these guys?





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