How to Replace Chip for Brother TN760 Toner


If you are like the typical printer user, you are surprised that there is a chip on your toner, you might even be more surprised that you need to replace the chip from the old toner to a new toner for the Brother TN760 Toner.

Surprising as this might seem, the chips on the toner are incredibly useful for letting the printer communicates with the toner and alerting the printer of status of simple but critical properties/activities of the toner such as if the toner is working properly, the level of the ink in the toner and if there are any unforeseen issues the toner is facing etc.

Moving the chip from one toner to a new toner is a critical activity that needs to be completed to successfully install the new Brother TN760 Toner.

The step below highlight how to make the chip change

  1. Before changing the chip
  • Turn off the printer.
  • Open the printer cover and take out the old toner together with the drum.
  • Press down on the green tab to eject the toner from the drum.
  1. The Chip Change
  • On the old toner, pick up the side of the chip from the OEM toner with a screwdriver, or preferably a tweezer.
  • Transfer the old chip from your OEM Toner. Expert tip: avoid pressing on the chip to avoid damages
  • On the new printer toner, remove the white film on the surface of the double-sided adhesive tape.
  • Insert the chip using a tweezer into the new toner and press down gently. Do not use your hands to press the chip directly
  1. After the Chip Change
    • Horizontally shake the new toner several times
    • Take away the protective plastic orange covering. Tip: do not touch the Black developer roller
    • Insert the new toner into the drum until you hear the click locking sound.
    • Install new toner with drum into the printer correctly and then close the printer
    • Then print several test pages

The video below shows the steps



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Where Can I Find the Cheapest Printer Cartridges

When it comes to finding cheap toner, 123ink has got your back. No one person wolfpacks around here, we’re in this to make sure you don’t pay anymore than you need to for your ink. It must also be the best. Nothing short of the feeling you get when you see a text to a great king etched in marble, that’s what a printed sheet of paper should make you feel at work or school. Ok, so maybe that’s a stretch but if you treat yourself to colour ink you’re certainly entertaining the marvelous on paper form. Anyway we digress. Frankly, it’s about giving you access to the best deals and the cheapest ink for printers. And boy, oh, boy do we have a selection.

You name it we have it. Canon, yup, it’s here. Brother ink, yup again and of course the usual suspects, HP, Epson, Lexmark, Xerox and Dell. No more fretting how you’re going to print your mind-bending dissertation on how the speed of light can be reached with but a little hope and a squillion horsepower. No more cringing at the sound of your boss’ footsteps on the hallway, knowing that they will be asking you to make yet another copy of the hilarious meme they found (from 2002, we know, we know). It’s a good one but it doesn’t have to be printed THAT many times. But with a glossy finish from some stellar ink cartridges? You’ll be singing all the way to the copier machine. Kinda. Maybe. Perhaps buy some mini donuts to reward yourself with every trip to copy the infernal meme.

Cheap Deals On Ink Cartridges

Brother Brand

Adorned with the darndest little moustaches, the Brother brand of ink cartridges will suit any soul who’s just craving for that perfect printing experience. Reliable, beautiful and smooth, the brother brand of ink will have that essay printed to perfection. It’ll have that direct deposit form printed so you can claim all the money, money, monies or to spend all the money, money, monies, whatever is your thang…


For those with a refined palate used to caviar and other exotic delicacies which we don’t know about because – who got cash for that – there’s the Canon brand of ink cartridges. Ready to print as the flutter of your hand, Canon has long been a staple for people who have needed to print very high-quality pictures and visuals.

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Why you should Clean the Printhead for a Canon Inkjet Printer?

We don’t know where you’re approaching this topic from but for the average Joe the thought of having to clean the printhead for your Canon inkjet printer conjures up dark thoughts, plagued of course with deep boredom and the abyss of motivation. Regardless of whether you’ve just invested in a Canon inkjet printer all your own or the great responsibility of keeping the office machine ‘going strong’ has fallen on your poor shoulders, don’t lose hope, there is a way to keep your machine ticking along for many more moons to come without having to sacrifice your after-dinner ice cream or tot of brandy.

Quite simply, cleaning the printhead of your printer will help it to live a long prosperous life. We have to remember that we are working with our dear printer and photocopier machines like pack horses. No, pay, sometimes a decided nudge when it starts to slow down and hopefully some very needed words of encouragement. Apart from praising it on ‘come on darling, just 200 more pages of Dr. Hawking’s dissertation of everything in the universe and then you can have a rest’, we really should be looking after our machines. This way the whole printing process can remain cheap, affordable and we can keep on buying the cheap canon ink cartridges without a care in the world.

Simply allotting a few minutes to cleaning the printhead on your printer this Saturday, sandwiched between sleeping in and going to find waffles and whipped cream, is a great way to plan your weekend. Yes, it may take away time from guzzling down the third waffle topped high with strawberries and cream but you’ll be able to sleep easy at night. You’ll be able to know that whatever form the darn bank wants next, whatever copy of your resume needs to be printed, whatever treatise on the alliance between Sparta and Athens in 445 BC will be printed with ease and be in your happy hands pronto.

Essentially what cleaning the printhead means is removing the part of your printer through which the printer ink flows. Included in the printhead is a mesh area, which is there to prevent blots of ink spilling on to the paper in the printing process. Its very functionality means that from time to time it is likely that blockages of either dried ink, dust or general wear and tear may cause the mesh area to become too blocked to function properly. It doesn’t mean your machine is malfunctioning, merely that the printhead needs to be cleaned.

Click Here to see the details at length how to remove your printhead, clean it and then insert it back into your printer.

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What is the Chips for a Brother TN760 Toner

Ok take a deep breath, many, many, oh so many people have no idea that their printers or photocopiers have chips in them. Who would have thought? Well, just like that twist in the Avengers’ movie, you know the one, the fact of the matter is that yes, there are chips in many photocopiers and printers. Eat your heart out Hollywood, in the land of printing and toner cartridges there’s high tech and high stakes…

Brother TN760 Compatible Black Toner Cartridge High Yield - No Chip

Brother TN760 Compatible Black Toner Cartridge High Yield – No Chip

These chips, often called smart chips are used by the machine to determine how much toner or ink your device has left. If only our milk had a little chip that detected when there’s almost nothing left (you know, when your housemate just puts the carton back in the fridge without bothering to a) tell you or b) put it in the recycling. It’s a horrible shock to wake up one morning and come to realize that there is diddly-squat milk left for your cheerios. That’s why when it comes to printing, it’s so important to have a chip that’s actively working to tell you how your toner and/or ink levels are doing. You don’t want to arrive at the photocopier one day and realize that, nope, no copies will be made today because the toner situation is drier than the acting in a B grade horror movie.

These chips and the toners that come with them are not the cheapest items of tech so it’s incredibly useful to transfer one chip to another toner cartridge that doesn’t have a chip in it. This way, you are able to buy a new toner cartridge for a fraction of the price and be able to transfer your original chip to the new toner cartridge. It’s the way to do printing and copying on a budget without worrying that you won’t be told when you’ve run out. The Brother brand is one of the only brands to sell toner cartridges without the chip and so make a great buy, the Brother TN760 Toner is definitely one of them.

The Brother brand has a great selection of compatible toner cartridges that don’t come with chips inserted. This means that the deals and prices on these toner cartridges can be up to 60% lower than what many toner cartridges retail at in the current market. The Brother TN760 Toner is a great option to start out with.

Below is an instructional video (prime viewing we say, absolutely prime viewing) of the process of removing the smart chip from one toner cartridge to another.

You will just need:

  1. A small screwdriver
  2. A relatively steady hand



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Introducing The HP 48A CF248A Black Toner Cartridge

It’s surprising there aren’t more action films made about black toner because it is one sexy product and topic. Picture a debonaire tall dark and handsome fellow or a mysterious belle from the French Riviera, these stereotypes of what is ‘beautiful’ have nothing on the HP 48A CF248A Black Toner Cartridge. Simba may have captured our hearts with his defiant, “I laugh in the face of danger”, well this black toner cartridge from HP laughs in the face of the thousand plus copies of last years quarterlies that the boss wants for some reason on his desk by close of day today…Where we might sigh and inwardly clutch at the hope of going to the Bahamas, this toner is ready to copy up a storm, all reliable, competent and well, sexy. This great deal on hp toners for Canada is not something to be scoffed at. The best hp compatible toner cartridges in this toner deal are harder to find than a Vancouvian who knows how to shovel snow…

For those not in the know regarding black toner, where have you been? It’s so like #trending right now. But fine, we’ll elaborate.

Toner is this:

  • A black or coloured powder used in xerographic copying processes.
Moustache HP 48A CF248A Black Toner Cartridge

Moustache HP 48A CF248A Black Toner Cartridge

We may or may not have had to google what the xerographic copying process is but we can now assure you that toner powder in photocopier machines works differently from other printers. Essentially it is heated and reacts with the paper to create the glossy thousand copies of last year’s quarterlies that are so desperately needed. The HP 48A CF248A Black Toner Cartridge does work on many home printers, just check to see that your model matches the list of compatible printers.

It is so incredibly important that your office’s photocopier works without hassle. A Friday night should be heading out of the office, to the outside place that some people take grams of, you know, where there are fresh air and good smells and sometimes freedom. One thing Friday night should definitely not be is to be stuck trying to get eight hundred to one thousandth and one copies of next years fiscal growth indicators to print. No sir-ey. No way. So get clicking on this great deal for the new HP 48A CF248A Black Toner Cartridge because what may seem like what Ross Gellar, if he really ever got into printing and its mechanics (now that’s something we’d be interested to see), could be the difference between your view on Friday night of a photocopier machines struggling on its last breaths as it runs out of toner or you breathing in the rejuvenating smells of fresh croissants as they come out of the oven on a quiet lane in Paris. Yes indeed, those are your two options. Choose wisely. Buy the toner.

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What Ink Does Canon TS9120 Printer Use?

When it comes to high-performance colour printing, there are few machines as elegant and sophisticated at the Canon PIXMA TS9120 all-in-one colour inkjet printer. Its very appearance is sleek and futuristic, indicative of its capacity to handle large amounts of smooth, glossy inkjet prints. Even if you’re operating under a time constraint, this machine can keep up with your heavy workload.

Integrating an Inkjet Printer into Your Office

With incredibly high-resolution prints, a printing speed of only 17 seconds, and the capacity to print double-sided pages, there is no reason why this fantastic inkjet printer shouldn’t be a permanent fixture in your office or classroom this fall. It truly lives up to its name as an “all-in-one” machine that gets the job done right every single time.

More and more Canadian businesses are seeing the value of an all-in-one printer that handles high-volume printing, copying, and scanning jobs. While many other models fail to live up to the standard expected by most busy office professionals, the Canon brand has developed a reputation worldwide for being both effective and dynamic. The PIXMA, in particular, is proving to be one of the best new models and a preference of many Canadian employees and students who rely on printers to deliver stunning glossy prints every single time without comprising colour quality.

Cartridge Compatibility

Once you’ve set it up in your office, the next step is to find ink for Canon TS9120. If you’re expecting to pay sky-high prices for quality cartridges, you might be pleasantly surprised to learn that the PIXMA—along with other similar models—is compatible with many affordable toner cartridges, such as the best-selling Original Canon PGI 280 XL Pigment Black Ink Cartridge High Yield. With an exceptionally high page yield of 400 pages, you won’t need to restock constantly.

Excluding a small environmental handling fee, this stylish and efficient printer ships from one of two of our Canadian warehouses for an extremely low price if you purchase online. They are marked down for the season and eligible for free domestic shipping. Not looking to upgrade to a PIXMA this year? You can also find compatible cartridges for other models. Canon PGI 280 ink and Canon CLI 281 ink can also easily be purchased at low costs from our online store and shipped within one to two business days.

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What Happens When a Printer is Low on Ink or Toner?

As a general rule, when a printer runs out of ink or toner, it stops printing legibly. Depending on the printer model, the unit may look to replace one colour with another. For example, if you run out of black ink, your printer could replace it with blue, in order to still print the document you need.

Some printers will display the ink or toner levels each time you’re looking to print something, so you’ll always know how much “fuel” you have left and act accordingly. When ink or toner reaches super-low levels, some printers may stop printing altogether, to avoid any malfunctions of the device.

But what is the difference between ink and toner? Most people think these are synonyms and, while both of them are indispensable for printing, each of them is a completely different thing. Inkjet printers need ink to function, while toner is the fuel of laser printers. The latter is a fine powder while the former is a liquid that contains dyes or pigments. Basically, an inkjet printer will spray tiny dots of ink onto the pages, while a laser printer uses heat to release its electrically charged powder onto the paper.

As usual, there are advantages and disadvantages to both these types of printers. If you purchase an inkjet printer, you will pay less money for the unit itself, but the cartridges will require frequent change, which means you spend more money on consumables. Laser printers, on the other hand, are more expensive and require a larger investment upfront. However, in the long run, you will save more money with consumables, as toner cartridges can print a higher number of pages and won’t empty as fast.

Let’s take the Canon PIXMA MX492 All-In-One Color printer, for instance. Since this is an inkjet printer, it requires an ink cartridge to function. It has separate cartridges for black and white printing (compatible with Canon PG 245 or High Yield Version Canon PG-245 XL Ink) and for colour printing (compatible with Canon CL 246 or High Yield Version Canon CL-246 XL Ink). It also has some pretty awesome features, like the possibility to control your printer via a wireless connection, the option to print and scan files using your mobile phone and also to scan your documents to the cloud, allowing for very easy file sharing. Thanks to its wireless connectivity, it’s super easy to use this printer from multiple computers, without having to connect the cable each time to every single laptop.

On the side of the table lies the Brother MFC-9130CW. We’ve chosen this laser printer to compare it to the Canon PIXMA MX492 in terms of features, but as you can tell right from the start, the laser printer is way more expensive compared to its inkjet counterpart. Compared to the Canon, which can print up to 9 black and white images per minute, the Brother MFC-9130CW can deliver 19 pages each minute, thus proving its power right from the get-go. You get all the features from the Canon, like wireless printing via your mobile phone, the possibility to scan files, print and copy them, but it also features a 3.6-inch coloured display that provides the information you need when using the printer.

Long story short: if you’re an average printer user, the Canon (or any inkjet printer) is a great deal for printing the documents you need every once in a while. However, for a larger office, digital printing center and people who need to print documents on a daily basis, the Brother MFC-9130CW (or any laser printer for that matter) is a better investment on the long run.

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How do I Change the Ink Cartridge on my Epson Printer?

How do I change the ink cartridge on my Epson printer?

Along with, ‘how do I file a tax return’ and ‘how long can I leave it before I go to the doctor about my flu’, the age-old question of how do I change the ink cartridge on my Epson printer rings as true to do as ever. Your partner might make a smart quip about ‘it’s not rocket science’ but don’t let them shame you, it’s tricky. All those buttons and flashing lights, it’s almost like flying a plane. Let us take you through the steps, plain and simple mind you, of how to get that old ink out of the Epson printer and some new glossy ink in.

Side note:

It can be so tempting to leave the ink in the printer even when the light is flashing that it is low but fight the laziness, fight the urge to turn a blind eye. Printers don’t do very well when having to print with really low ink, it strains the machine and can cause deeper damage.

  1. Lift the scanner part up

Tip: Don’t have any print jobs going as you’re trying to do this. You could break yourself and the printer.

Lift the scanner part of your Epson printer up so that the print head (the bit that moves with all the ink cartridges) can be seen.

A good rule of thumb is not to touch anything at this point.

  1. Press the stop button. The stop button is located generally to the far right within the control panel of your Epson printer.
  2. Usually, your printer would have been telling you which colour is low. If you haven’t paid attention, no fear, you can tell at this point which colour doesn’t have any ink left.
  3. Pinch the top of the ink cartridge colour you want to remove, so that the tag that has it ‘hooked’ it is released. Lift it out of the printer.
  4. Give the replacement ink cartridge a few shakes while still in its packaging. You can shake it to any pop song or just your favourite song, you do you.
  5. Remove the packaging.
  6. ONLY remove the YELLOW TAB from the new ink cartridge. Don’t remove anything else.
  7. Put the new ink cartridge in its slot, making sure you lightly push down until you hear a click. Follow the placement of the other ink cartridges to make sure you put it in the right way up.

VOILA! You have just replaced your first ink cartridge. Now send a selfie to your mum. She will be so proud!

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Canon Ink cartridges For Printer PIXMA Pro-100

There are few things in life that say, ‘I’m a fabulous adult’ more than going to the dentist regularly and purchasing a printer. Particularly the sleek model of the Canon Pro 100, you’ll be stopped on the street for sure. People may say differently but don’t be lead astray, it’s all about having a swish printer and making sure your teeth are healthy (ish). If you want to take your adult-ness to the next level, well, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and delve into these sweet, sweet deals on Canon ink cartridges. It’s all well and good to have the swish printer but you don’t want to be left red-faced and ink-less when you’ve found the apartment of your dreams and the agent says get your references to me by 6pm or it’s no deal, Derek. So let’s do this, Canon printer, canon ink cartridges wild ride style.

Canon CLI-42 Ink

Canon CLI-42 Compatible Ink Cartridge Combo - G&G™

You can choose from a variety of different deals so just pace yourself. Do you want to go all out and get the 8 cartridges Canon CLI 42 Ink bonanza at only $53.99? This pack of eight includes your four basics. Black, yellow, magenta and good ol’ cyan (fancy for blue) but also photo quality magenta and light grey. Oh, the things you will be able to print!. Likely as not this deal will keep you going long into your university life. Who said printing out essays couldn’t be fun? Tisk, tisk, they obviously haven’t gotten around the Canon ink CLI 42 edition.

Canon CLI-42 Ink Simple Black

Canon CLI-42BK 6384B002 Compatible Black Ink Cartridge - G&G™

If you’re a noir type of hipster then you may just want the Canon CLI-42 Black Ink Cartridges. Nothing says I’m going to ace university or this job application than a crisp document in black and white. At $7.49, this Canon Ink is affordable and as glossy as ever.

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What Does Remanufactured Toner Cartridges Mean?

Remanufactured Toner, OEM And Compatible Cartridges

Remanufactured toner, we know, a very intriguing topic but one that needs to be gotten to the bottom of! It’s quite normal to be confused about all the different terms that can be thrown around when it comes to toner. When it comes to toner itself, ay caramba, who even knows what that is? Ok, well, yes, we do because we are printing and ink nerds but we’re proud of that ok! When it comes to the different terms like remanufactured toner, OEM and compatible cartridges, we’ve got you covered.

Toner Is For Laser Printers And Photocopiers

Just as an aside, the toner is the printing substance used in laser printers and photocopiers, the way that toner gets text and images onto a page is different from regular printers, it has to do with a heat activated process. Anyway, more on that when pigs can fly.

Remanufactured Toner

Remanufactured toner is actually a really viable way to get toner, usually at a cheaper price. The process to create remanufactured toner is methodical, tested and has been around for ages.

Remanufactured toner is this:

“A remanufactured cartridge is when a manufacturer takes an original OEM cartridge, disassembles it, tests and replaces any worn parts, fills it with toner and re-assembles.” sell remanufactured toner is an option for anyone seeking to hit their budget but still be able to achieve all their printing and copying needs.

Remanufactured toner cartridges at are manufactured and assessed in either China, Malaysia or Mexico.

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