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Brother DR420 Imaging Drum Unit (Laser Imaging Drum - Black - 12000 Page - 1 Pack)
$31.99 to $89.99
Drum is designed for use with Brother Fax 2840, 2940; MFC7240, MFC7360, MFC7460DN, MFC7860DW; DCP7060, DCP7065N; HL2220, HL2230, HL2240, HL2240D, HL2270DW and HL2280DW. Replacement drum yields approximately 12,000 pages.
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SummaryProduct Title:Brother DR420 Imaging Drum Unit (Laser Imaging Drum - Black -
Lowest Price:$31.99from SuperMediaStore.com
DescriptionDrum is designed for use with Brother Fax 2840, 2940; MFC7240, MFC7360, MFC7460DN, MFC7860DW; DCP7060, DCP7065N; HL2220, HL2230, HL2240, HL2240D, HL2270DW and HL2280DW. Replacement drum yields approximately 12,000 pages.
- Product Type: Imaging Drum
- Product Compatibility: Brother Printers: MFC7360 MFC7460DN MFC7860DW DCP7060D DCP7065DN HL2230D HL2240D HL2270DW HL2280DW
- URL: http://www.brother-usa.com
- Additional Specifications
- Product Model: DR420
- Brand Name: Brother
- Country of Origin: China
- Recycled: No
- Recycled Content: 0%
- Post-consumer-waste%: 0%
- Assembly Required: No
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- Product Type: Imaging Drum
3 Reviews for Brother DR420 Imaging Drum Unit (Laser Imaging Drum - Black - 12000 Page - 1 Pack)09/04/2011I have a network with both Windows (XP and 7) and Mac (10.5.8) machines on it, and was in need of a new printer. I was looking to replace a trusty IBM InfoPrint 12 which had been in use on the network (via a router with print server) for over 10 years (and only two toner cartridges). I even debated about fixing the InfoPrint, but I was not sure what it would take, and I needed a solution now. At first I was only thinking about a stand-alone laser printer, both in terms of cost and function, but then decided to look into multi-function machines as I also have an ink jet multi-function (usable only by my work machine) that I did not mind removing.
These are the criteria that I had in mind while selecting a product:
* laser print: for crispness and consumables (my ink jet seemed to drink ink, or it dried up)
* duplex: one of the items I did not like about the InfoPrint 12 is the lack of duplex
* compatibility across several OS platforms
*...19/04/2011Having never written a review for Amazon, I feel compelled to pen one.
I just installed my Brother MFC-7860DW printer this morning and couldn't be happier. I'm replacing a Dell 1600N Multi Function Printer. While I generally liked the Dell printer over the years, it didn't play well with Mac.
To give you an idea how this was set up, let me describe it briefly. The Brother was installed in my home network via an Ethernet cable to my Apple Time Machine. My iMac is hard wired to the Time Machine and I also have a MacBook that lives a wireless life. The installation instructions that came with the printer were quite clear and I followed directions for a "Wired Network for Macintosh". The installation and setup to my iMac took less than 2 minutes and worked right away. I then installed the software in my MacBook and also selected Wired Network. It also went quickly and worked right away. I use Ooma VOIP for phone service and the registration FAX was sent...01/06/2011I purchased this from OfficeMax not on Amazon.com. In doing so, I spent months doing research trying to replace a really old Brother MFC-420CN which I loved. I wanted a Brother machine as they are durable, reliable and don't wear as much as other machines (Always owned a Brother fax) - Having said that, this machine was a dream come true, it's inexpensive, small footprint and decent workhorse. Unfortunately the CONS outweigh the PROS.
Small footprint for duplexer
Very noisy while printing
Flimsy ADF feels as though it will come off
Duplexer sounds like it's in pain (noisy and very slow)
Starter toner cartridge gives you 200 pages @ 5% coverage
Here is a quirk:
If you have this in WIRELESS mode, that is the unit is NOT connected to the router via Ethernet cable, the machine *always* runs, even in sleep mode. The fan will stay on and its noisy. The...