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5 Products for the Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN Laser MultiFunction Printer
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CANON IMAGECLASS MF4570DN TONER CARTRIDGE

Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN Toner Cartridge (2100 Pages)
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Price:  $11.89
Product Description
Toner Cartridge for Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN All-in-One Machine



This Toner Cartridge prints 2100 pages with an average 5% page coverage. The amount of pages can vary depending upon the amount of ink printed onto each page. (5% page coverage is a standard Canon specification)


This product comes with a 6 month Warranty against any defects (including free replacement). We stand behind our products 100%, as these are not manufactured by Canon.

Why toner? Why not call it ink? Regular ink dries quickly, which is why cartridges for inkjet printers do not last long. Laser Printers use toner, which is ink in the form of powder. A sealed toner cartridge can be stored for 2+ years prior to usage.


Product Manuals
How to Install a Toner Cartridge in the Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN Laser Printer
The printer can be opened by gripping its operation panel and lift the scanning platform up. The platform can only be lifted if the scanner on top is completely closed. Sometimes if there is a piece of material in the scanner, it will not close all the way. Remove all scan material before opening the printer.

The toner cover under the scanning platform must be lifted by a small tab on its left hand side. The toner cartridge can then be removed by holding on to its handle. When you remove the new toner cartridge from its bag, store the old toner cartridge in the same bag to prevent toner from spilling.

New toner cartridges must be shaken and rolled several times to loosen and distribute the toner inside. A piece of sealing tape must also be carefully pulled out of the cartridge by holding onto the tab at one end of the cartridge and pulling.

Once the new cartridge is ready, it must be positioned correctly for insertion by lining up the tabs on either side of the cartridge with the rails inside the machine. The toner cartridge must then be slid into the machine until it cannot be pushed any further.

When closing the toner cover, do not force it if you are having trouble. If it does not close easily, the toner cartridge is not positioned properly. Remove the cartridge and be sure that it fits in the guides correctly and slides entirely into the machine. Close the toner cover and then close the cover to the machine. Within a few moments, the toner will be ready to use. It is wise to print a test page to ensure proper installation.
How to Determine the Toner Cartridge Status in the Canon imageCLASS Laser Printer
The CANON IMAGECLASS MF4570DN will alert the user when a toner cartridge is nearing the end of its life with the message . This message appears to give the user enough time to order a toner cartridge and have it arrive before the toner runs completely out. As the cartridge runs almost completely empty, the message will appear on screen. At this point, print quality will begin to fade, white streaks or light areas will appear in prints, and the cartridge will eventually become completely unusable. A new toner cartridge should be on hand before printing errors occur.

The toner level can also be checked at any time manually using the following button procedure:

1) Press STATUS MONITOR/CANCEL
2) Press the UP or DOWN arrow to highlight DEVICE STATUS
3) Press OK
4) Press the UP or DOWN arrow to highlight TONER GAUGE
5) Press OK
6) The toner gauge will display an OK, LOW, or NEARLY OUT message.
7) Press STATUS MONITOR/CANCEL when finished.

Keep in mind that the starter toner cartridge that comes with the unit only carries a page yield of 1,000 prints, meaning it will need to be changed rather quickly. The standard Canon Cartridge 128 will print more than double this amount.
CANON IMAGECLASS MF4570DN TONER CARTRIDGES 5PACK
Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN Toner Cartridges 5Pack - 2,100 Pages Ea.
  OVER 100
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Price:  $56.89
CANON IMAGECLASS MF4570DN TONER CARTRIDGE
Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN Toner Cartridge (OEM) made by Canon
Canon OVER 100
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Price:  $95.89
CANON IMAGECLASS MF4570DN TONER FOR PRINTING CHECKS
Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN MICR Toner Cartridge for Printing Checks - 2,100 Pages
  21 IN STOCK NOW

Price:  $59.89
CANON IMAGECLASS MF4570DN FUSER ASSEMBLY UNIT
Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN Fuser Assembly Unit (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $118.89

About My Canon imageCLASS MF4570DN Multifunction Printer

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Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN Review


Overview: The Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN takes the core hardware from the Canon ImageCLASS MF4450 and boosts its power by throwing in a network card as well as a built in duplexer and, at just a marginal increase in price, the Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN is the much better value.


Pros: First of all, the Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN and its counterpart are quite large. This means that, when using it as a personal printer connected through USB, its large footprint could prove to be a nuisance. However, when Ethernet support comes into play, positioning the device becomes easier and more practical. Boasting overall dimensions of 14.6 x 15.4 x 16.6 inches (W x D x H), the unit is much better suited for network sharing. The device is topped off with a 35 page automatic document feeder that will certainly help users to deal with those heavy volume copy, scan, and fax projects, while a 250 sheet paper tray is large enough to handle half a ream of input. A scan glass is also included with a size of 8.5 x 14 inches, making single page legal sized scans easy to execute, as well as objects such as books and magazines that may not fit on a letter sized glass. With a built in duplexer, the Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN has a major advantage of the lower end MF4450 model. Built in duplexing is a great way to reduce paper usage by as much as half, as well as keep printing costs down. Canon estimates that the cost per page of the unit is just less than 4 cent per piece, which means that, with an overhead price so low, the device does well overall in the area of printing costs. One top of the device’s main paper tray, it is also equipped with a single sheet bypass slot that allows users to input special media type while not having to unload their regular paper supply. The bypass slot is the method to be used when printing to envelopes or thicker media such as card stock.


Cons: The overall quality of the Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN is going to prove to be a problem for some. Both its copy and scan resolutions top out at only 600 x 600 dots per inch and its text printing is sub par for the device’s category. Basically, the unit is designed as a primarily text only workhorse that will not handle any type of imagery very well. The print speed for the Canon ImageCLASS MF4570DN is also a little disappointing at only 24 pages per minute. While the device is quite cheap for a fully functional monochrome MFC, users can surely find faster units available in the same price range. Another big hit in the device’s overall versatility is its inability to accept an additional paper tray. While most users will never take advantage of additional tray options that are often available for multifunctional devices, as they are quite expensive, at least having the option available is a must for a lot of different types of small businesses.



 
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