Toner Replacement for ML2510

Lennart Sorensen lsorense-1wCw9BSqJbv44Nm34jS7GywD8/FfD2ys at
Thu Nov 12 20:29:22 UTC 2009

On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 09:39:41AM -0500, Mike Kallies wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> Just wondering if anyone has found a cheap source of toner refill for a
> Samsung ML2510?  It's only slightly off topic because the printer
> has great Linux support :-)
> Google turns up lots of cheap options in the U.S.  Everything in Canada
> seems to be triple the price and of dubious reputation.  I'd rather step
> into a shop around Spadina and College.
> e.g.
> In the U.S., $24USD (+shipping) for 3x3000 page refills, and Amazon has
> a good return policy.
> <>
> In Canada, a random refill place, $45CAD for 1x3000 page cartridge
> I'm not big on the idea of a "remanufactured" cartridge because I've had
> bad experiences with them in the past.  I don't know how many rounds
> they've been through or how they've been treated.
> The ideal, IMHO would be a few bottles of toner, an instruction sheet
> and *done*.  I also prefer to do it myself :-)

Unfortunately the same problem you get with remanufactured would probably
hit you.  The rollers do sometimes need replacement so you can't just
keep reusing a cartridge.  A few uses sure, but not that many.

It is also very very very messy.

Len Sorensen
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