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5 Products for the Canon imageCLASS MF4350d Laser MultiFunction Printer
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Canon imageCLASS MF4350d Toner Cartridge (2000 Pages)
  OVER 100

Price:  $20.89
Product Description
Canon ImageClass MF4350 Toner Cartridge - 2,000 Pages

This toner cartridge prints 2000 pages with average 5% coverage (Nearly all Printer manufacturers base their ink/toner cartridge yields on 5% page coverage).

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 Replace the Toner Cartridge in a Canon ImageCLASS MF4350D Laser Printer
The alert system on the Canon ImageCLASS MF4350D will let users know the current status of the device’s toner cartridge by first displaying a TONER LOW PREPARE NEW TONER message which indicates that, while the toner is not completely empty, its life will soon come to an end and users should prepare to change it. If a new cartridge is not on hand, this is the time to order one.

OUT OF TONER, CHANGE TONER will appear on the printer’s screen when the current cartridge is completely out of toner. At this point the print quality will be completely unacceptable or the machine will cease to operate entirely. It is possible that print quality can reduce to a point where the cartridge must be changed even when these messages are not displayed.

When changing the cartridge, either wait until the printer cools down or beware of the parts labeled HOT SURFACE or burns may occur. The printer can be opened up by grabbing on to its control panel and lifting the canning platform. It will lock itself into an open position.

Grip the front, right side of the toner cover and lift it up as well. This allows the toner cartridge to be pulled out of the machine. Dispose of the old toner cartridge through proper means, storing it in the bag that the new cartridge comes in.

Open the new cartridge’s bag and pull it out, being careful to never open the drum shutter or leave the cartridge in the light for too long. Rock the toner cartridge and swivel it around a few times to loosen and distribute the toner inside. The toner seal must be pulled out of the end of the cartridge but be sure to pull it slowly so as not to break it, thus ruining the cartridge.

Lift the toner by its small handle with one hand and align it with the groves on either side of the printer inside the toner compartment. Push the toner cartridge down into the machine so that it is firmly seated. Close the toner cover and then the scanning platform to complete installation.
How to Clean the Canon imageCLASS MF4350D Laser Printer
There are a few things to remember when cleaning your Canon ImageCLASS MF4350D. One of them is to make sure there are no stored faxes in the unit’s memory before it is unplugged because these will be lost. The exterior should ideally be cleaned with just water, but diluded dishwasher detergent is a safe alternative for tough to clean printers. Always clean with the power cord unplugged.

The inside of the machine can be cleaned by following the toner replacement procedure to remove the cartridge from the printer. This is why it is a good idea to give the printer a quick clean while replacing the cartridge.

The inside should be wiped out with a DRY lint free cloth and be cleared of any paper debris and as much spilt toner as possible. Store the toner cartridge in a dark place if cleaning takes long, and be sure to reinstall it properly before powering back up the printer.
Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Toner Cartridge (OEM) made by Canon
Canon OVER 100

Price:  $86.89
Canon imageCLASS MF4350d Fuser Assembly Unit (OEM)

Price:  $184.89
Canon imageCLASS MF4350d Separation Pad (OEM)

Price:  $14.89
Canon imageCLASS MF4350d Cartridge Arm (OEM)

Price:  $6.89

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Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Review


Like the MF3240, Canon’s ImageCLASS MF4350D offers everything an office needs, all in a single desktop package. A true 4-in-1, the MF4350D offers laser printing, copying, scanning, and a built-in fax.  Designed for the personal and small office that needs duplexing and an Automatic Document Feeder, the multi-function can print in 1200 x 600 dpi resolution at speeds up to 23 single-sided pages per minute, 11 two-sided pages per minute.


The Canon ImageCLASS MF4350D weighs in at under 30 pounds with a square 18” footprint. The Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) raises its overall height to almost 16 inches and may still be placed atop any desk. However, standing over the unit to make multiple copies and faxes may prove uncomfortable for taller people.

Canon’s ImageCLASS has some impressively fast warm-up times. Printing can start as fast as 9 seconds, with print speeds up to 23 ppm.  Printing resolutions for the MF4350D range from the optical 600 x 600 to the digitally-enhanced 1200 x 600 dpi. At maximum resolution, the multifunction keeps text sharp--even at 6-point font sizes--and does a decent job with printing graphics in B&W. A USB 2.0 port allows the MF4350D to connect directly to any PC.

The MF4350D gives you the option of using its 8½” x 11.7” glass platen for scanning and copying letter-sized singles, or using its 35-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) that can accept letter and the longer legal-size originals. Copies and prints come out below the control panel in a recessed area.

This multi-function has a cassette paper tray, capable of holding up to 250 legal-size sheets up to 34 pound bond weights. Heavier papers up to 43#, envelopes, and transparencies can be inserted through the flip-down multi-purpose tray.

As a copier, the 35-sheet ADF and the duplex features allow you to save on paper by having creating two-sided copies out of single-sided originals. The ImageCLASS multifunction has three different copy exposure modes to handle from text to photo reproductions. The magnification can be automatically or manually changed from 25% to 500% in 1% increments, or in 5 pre-set “jumps”.  Up to 99 single-sided copies can be made at speeds up to 23 pages per minute.

Although a monochrome printer/copier, the MF4350D scans in 24-bit at resolutions up to 9600 x 9600 dpi.  The scanner can use traditional TWAIN or Microsoft’s WIA drivers.

Having a 33.6Kbps modem, the fax function can send up to 20 pages per minute. The control panel has 8 programmable buttons for 1-touch speed dialing and 2-button dialing for up to 100 more phone numbers. Up to 256 incoming and outgoing faxes can be stored in the MF4350D’s memory. Fax resolutions can be set from the Standard to Photo to Super Fine. A pass-through phone jack allows for a telephone or answering machine to be connected to the MF4350d.

For the MF4350d, Canon has opened their software package to Macs as well as Windows machines. The Optical Character Recognition software and document manager are great tools to have, and it’s nice to see that Mac users don’t have to look elsewhere. However since there are no drivers for Windows Server, IT administrators may have a challenge adding the ImageCLASS to be shared across a network via a print server.


Canon should have made the glass scanning larger for supporting 8.5” x 14” legal-size printing. Instead, they left the platen at 8.5” x 11.7”, but designed the ADF to accept legal-size paper. So this means you have to remember if you have a single legal-size sheet you can’t directly place it on the platen. This can cause a lot of confusion at the workplace. Also, ADFs have a tendacy to jam when only feeding a single page.

While fine for home use, the 250-sheet paper tray is woefully undersized for office use. Even a small office can go through a ream of paper in a single day. It’s also common for offices to buy paper in 500-sheet reams, if not a 10-ream boxes. Here's a questions for all you office-folk out there: How many times have you taken a ream of paper from the supply cabinet to fill an empty printer, only to find the printer’s tray only has the capacity to hold half that amount? Now here’s the $24,000 Question: What usually happens to the rest of that ream? By the end of the day you’ll see the remaining ream somewhere near the printer, sheets pulled haphazardly by people who needed just a couple of blank sheets. By the time the printer needs to be refilled again, the state of that paper is now so uneven and disheveled it’s likely to jam in the printer. A second add-on tray is available as an optional purchase, but it’s still limited to a 250-sheet capacity.  Having a tray that you can dump an entire ream of paper into would be an option any office would invest in.

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