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Brother Printer LC101Y Yellow Ink Cartridge
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Addendum: 1/3/20 Well, in the past 2 wks I'm getting a reminder "black ink is low". The 3 colors are also low but so far no warnings. In the past I've been able to squeeze out more pages printing in monocolor black when the J450DW MFC printer refuses to print anything when even one of the color cartridges is declared empty. Also, it is unknown exactly how many monochrome/black printed pages are left when the black cartridge is showing "low". I've tried the Hi-Yield black and they don't last more than 4-5 mos. The standard yield black appears to be in a terminal state so I'll give it an estimated 4 mos of useful life. In the past I've tried to by-pass the color-dependent monochrome print failure issue by putting black tape over the windows of the color cartridges so the machine thinks all is well on the color front. Didn't work so well with a recent attempt to I had to buy the expensive color cartridges and they don't last very long either. So, if you've been fooled by seeing little or no price increases in your cartridges (goes for many consumable items, I believe), look at the quantity provided. Chances are that cartridge content has become less and less over time. That's the same as a price increase, folks. We are often duped into sticking with a product since there is little or no outward price change but it's a marketing illusion. Remember the coffee harvest freeze in S. America some years ago? The price of coffee jumped sky-high. Subsequent normal temperature years failed to lower the prices back to normal levels. Best known as a stealth tax in other areas........so be smart. Don't be fooled into buying a cheap printer even if it has a good rating if the upkeep is prohibitively expensive. It's the consumables that generate the most profits. The ink in this case.
The only downside I have noticed is when the warning for low ink comes on and suggests a replacement, there is quite a lot of ink left to be used. I tested my theory on two separate cartridges and notice that I could get around 50-60 extra pages off of the single cartridge after I got the "replace me" warning. Just something to consider!
The 101 is the cartridge that comes with your printer, but it is not what you want to buy when you need more ink. Instead buy the 103.
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If no YELLOW, black won't work
If no MAGENTA, black won't work
I throw my printer to garbage and I get a monochrome laser ...