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LD Compatible HY Black Laser Toner Cartridge for IBM 75P6961 (1532, 1552, 1572 Series P...
This is a remanufactured IBM 75P6961 HY Black Laser Toner Cartridge guaranteed to perform with IBM Laser Printers. It replaces the original IBM 75P6961 Laser Toner Cartridge. This high yield 75P6961 replaces the following IBM part numbers: 75P6958, 75P6959, 75P6960, and 75P6961. These cartridges are basically the same cartridges with different yields. The 75P6961 has an average cartridge yield of 21,000 pages. The remanufactured replacement 75P6961 Laser Toner Cartridges and supplies (also known as generic) are specially engineered to meet the highest standards of quality, reliability and exceptional yields that meet or exceed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) standards for the 75P6961 and offer high-quality printing results. Containing up to 60% new parts including OPC drums, wiper blades, and other internal parts, they are an economical alternative to expensive OEM 75P6961 IBM Laser Toner Cartridges and supplies, and offer big savings over brand-name 75P6961 Laser Toner Cartridges and supplies for your IBM 1532, 1552, and 1572 Printer. The use of remanufactured replacement Laser Toner Cartridges and supplies does not void Printer Warranty. We offer a Two Year 100% Quality Satisfaction Guarantee on our remanufactured 75P6961 Laser Toner Cartridges and supplies. For use in the following printers: InfoPrint 1552n, InfoPrint 1572n, InfoPrint 1532, InfoPrint 1572, InfoPrint 1552. LD Products is the exclusive reseller of LD Products brand of high quality printing supplies on Walmart. see more...
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