Canon Remanufactured 116 / 1978B001AA Magenta Laser Toner Cartridge for ImageClass MF8050Cn Printers
Our compatible replacement for your Canon 116 magenta laser toner cartridge is professionally re-engineered to produce the highest quality printouts for your Canon ImageClass MF8050Cn, meeting or exceeding the Canon OEM 116 (Original Equipment Manufacturer) standards. Replacing internal parts with brand new ones, including OPC drums and wiper blades, our compatible 116 is an excellent choice over costly brand-name 1978B001AA laser toner cartridges and supplies. Why buy expensive OEM 116 toner cartridges when our compatible replacement for Canon 116 / 1978B001AA laser toners are guaranteed to deliver excellent, dependable results, page after page? Use of our compatible 116 laser toner cartridges does not void your printer's warranty. You can depend on our compatible Canon 116 toner cartridge which is backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!
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Page Yield is an approximation of the number of standard pages that can be printed with one cartridge, usually measured at 5% page coverage. 5% coverage is a standard 8.5 x 11 inch page with a light letterhead, address and three paragraphs of text double spaced. If you print mixed text and graphics or WebPages your page coverage is closer to 15% and therefore the number of pages printed with each cartridge will be less. If you are printing photos your page coverage is close to 100% and the number of printed photos will be much less than the amount the number of pages you would be able to print if you were just printing standard text documents.
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|1978B001AA||1978B001AA||N/A||1,500||2.67 cents||N/A||24-36 Months|
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Comments about Compatible 116 Magenta Toner for Canon:
I do like the price! My problem with this product is the following: when the toner was running low, it started to leak and spread onto the paper causing a vertical line on my paper. Every time it would do that, I would take the cartridge out and clean it. Not sure if I was supposed to do that, but that was the only way that I could avoid getting "toner lines" on my paper and get more use out of the cartridge.