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7 Products for the Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Laser MultiFunction Printer
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Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Toner Cartridge (2000 Pages)
  OVER 100

Price:  $20.89
Product Description
Canon Copier ImageClass MF4150 Toner Cartridge - 2,000Pages

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 Safely Move a Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Laser Printer

There are a few precautions that it is best to take when moving the Canon ImageCLASS MF4150 printer over a distance as damage from vibration is more than possible. The toner cartridge should be removed from the printer when moving it in a car, though it can remain in the machine if you care simply carrying it across the office.

Remove the power cord and any other cords connected to the device at the time and transport them separately. The cartridge can be removed by following the toner change procedure. Be SURE to store the cartridge in a light-proof box or container as long term exposure to light will diminish its life.

The paper in the tray must also be removed and it is best to pull off removable parts such as the dust cover and document feeder tray so that they do not catch on things and break. The dust cover can actually be slid inside of the machine on rails designed for this purpose.

Make sure the paper output tray is pushed all the way in as well, along with any other covers. Always carry the printer by its handles on both sides of the machine and, as it is heavy, be careful when lifting. It can be carried by one or two people and should be boxed up in its original packaging when shipping.
How to Change the Toner Cartridge in a Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Laser Printer

By pressing the Canon ImageCLASS MF4150’s dedicated TONER GUAGE button, users can get an idea of how much toner is remaining in the current consumable. When the device has completely run out of toner, the message will appear. At this point, it is best to install a brand new cartridge.

The scanning platform on top of the printer can be opened by holding on to the control panel and lifting up so that it locks itself into place and does not need to be held by hand. The door underneath the platform is the toner cover and this must be lifted open as well. Inside the printer the cartridge will be seen to have a small handle on it. Lift the old cartridge out by this handle and dispose of it through recycling.

Open a new cartridge and store the old cartridge in the bag it comes in to keep old toner from spilling. Prepare the new cartridge by shaking and rocking it about six times to loosen up the toner inside it. This will maximize the life of the printer.

The seal must be pulled all the way out of the cartridge and can be removed by pulling the small tab at one end of the cartridge. When inserting the cartridge into the machine, make sure that the arrow on the cartridge is pointing towards the printer. Hold it by its handle and lower it into the machine with the groves inside the machine aligned with the tabs on the sides of the cartridge. It should slide firmly into place.

Close both covers and be sure they close entirely; otherwise the cartridge is probably not installed correctly. Do not force anything if it does not close easily, simply reinstall the cartridge instead.
Canon Copier ImageClass MF4150 Toner 2PACK
  OVER 100

Price:  $39.89
Canon ImageCLASS MF4150 Toner Cartridge (OEM) made by Canon
Canon OVER 100

Price:  $86.89
Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Fuser Assembly Unit (OEM)

Price:  $184.89
Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Separation Pad (OEM)

Price:  $14.89
Canon imageCLASS MF4150 DC Stepping Motor (OEM)

Price:  $18.89
Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Fixing Film Assembly (OEM)

Price:  $84.89

About My Canon imageCLASS MF4150 Laser Multifunction Printer - Monochrome - Plain

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Canon ImageCLASS MF4150 Review


With built in duplexing and a fax modem, the Canon ImageCLASS MF4150 is a true 4 in 1 device that, though not the fastest Canon on the market, provides respectable all around specs and would be a good buy for a personal user who is looking to reduce cost per page by switching from inkjet to laser.


The dedicated button system on the Canon ImageCLASS MF4150 is extensive, but the device keeps things simple with a single cartridge system that makes swapping out consumables especially easy. The unit is not network ready, but it is equipped with USB 2.0, making it even better for the personal user.

Its size is a little large as far as desktop use, and the printer will certainly take up a little more room than a modern inkjet, but at 15.5 x 16.8 x 17.7 inches (W x D x H), it wouldn’t be out of the question to keep this hardware handy right next to the home or office computer. Its weight of 28.2 pounds also makes moving it around a one man job.

The unit’s first copy time is around 9 seconds, so single page copies will be executed with relatively decent speed, though the overall performance speed of the device is on the limited side. When you are making copies, up to 100 sheets can be printed at once and, with a process easily and quickly repeatable, this should be plenty for almost every use.

The printer’s maximum monthly duty cycle is only 7,500 pages per month, and page yields on cartridges are also somewhat low, but the unit does come with a 1 year warranty from Canon included so, at least for the first year, any problems that do occur will be covered by the manufacturer.

Scanning file formats are a little limited, much like many of the other elements of this semi bare bones printer, but with JPEG, PDF, TIFF, and BMP file compatibility, the Canon ImageCLASS MF4150 once again covers all the basics.

As a fax machine, the unit does quite well, as do almost all current Cannon multifunctional units with modems. This one comes complete with the all too common Super G3 33.6 Kbps speed and a page memory of up to 256 pages. Only 8 actual dedicated buttons are included in the keypad, but 100 can be stored in the device’s phone book. Some other fax functions that are present in the unit are remote RX, dual access, and two sided output by way of duplex.


With a top print speed of 21 pages per minute, the Canon ImageCLASS MF4150 has seen better days on the current performance spectrum. It also carries a few other let downs as far as specifications go, such as its only mediocre 600 x 600 dot per inch copy resolution. To the unit’s credit, its optical scan res is good for 600 x 1200 dots per inch, but it makes one curious as to why there couldn’t be a high resolution copy mode included.

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