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Brother LC-41, LC-51 and LC-61 Ink Installation Instructions

Ink Cartridges are easy to install, but once in a while it can get a little cumbersome.  If you have a Brother DCP-110C, DCP-115C, DCP-117C, DCP-120C, DCP-310CN, DCP-315CN, DCP-340CW, Fax-1835C, Fax-1840C, Fax-1940C, Fax-2440C, IntelliFax-1835, IntelliFax-1840, IntelliFax-1940CN, IntelliFax-2440C, MFC-210C, MFC-215C, MFC-3240C, MFC-3340CN, MFC-3342CN, MFC-410CN, MFC-420CN, MFC-425CN, MFC-430CN, MFC-5440CN, MFC-5840CN, MFC-620CN, MFC-640CN, MFC-640CW, MFC-820, MFC-820CW or another Brother Inkjet printer that uses LC41 Ink Cartridges, this may be of help.






















If you have a Brother DCP-130C, DCP-330C, DCP-540CN, DCP-750CW, Fax-1860C, Fax-1960C, Fax-2480C, IntelliFax-1360, IntelliFax-1860C, IntelliFax-1960C, IntelliFax-2480C, MFC-240C, MFC-240CN, MFC-3360C, MFC-440CN, MFC-465CN, MFC-5460CN, MFC-5860CN, MFC-660CN, MFC-665CW, MFC-685CW, MFC-845CW, MFC-885CW or another Brother Inkjet printer that uses LC51 Ink Cartridges, this may be of help.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you have a Brother DCP-165C, DCP-385C, DCP-585CW, MFC-250C, MFC-255CW, MFC-290C, MFC-490CW, MFC-495CW, MFC-5490CN, MFC-5890CN, MFC-6490CW, MFC-6890CDW, MFC-790CW, MFC-795CW, MFC-990CW, MFC-J615W, MFC-J630W or another Brother Inkjet printer that uses LC61 Ink Cartridges, this may be of help.























Clickinks Ink Experts offer technical assistance with any purchase at 1-800-706 INKS or Clickinks.com

Is your cartridge not fitting in?

30. November 2010 11:40 by Matt in brother printer ink cartridge help  //  Tags:   //   Comments (0)

Is your ink cartridge not fitting in?

A common issue with most ink jet cartridges, mostly with Brother cartridges, is that the cartridge feels like it doesn’t want to snap into place. This issue may be caused from the plastic covering the ink hole, the plastic film over the hole where the ink comes out. Some times the plastic film over the ink hole is thicker than normal and when trying to press it into the printer the plastic won’t pierce like it normally would.

Next time your cartridge is not snapping into place, remove the cartridge and look to see if there is plastic covering the ink hole. Try breaking the plastic yourself with a pen or needle, and then reinsert it. Don’t worry about ink leaking out. Cartridges have mechanisms within them to prevent ink from leaking out unless inside of a printer.

Print on!

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