Canon imageCLASS D1320 Toner
Our remanufactured alternative laser toner cartridges have been specially engineered to meet the highest standards of quality, reliability and exceptional yields that meet or exceed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) standards and offer high-quality printing results. A remanufactured laser toner cartridge is an original Canon cartridge which has gone through one cycle of service and has been recharged. It is not just refilled; it undergoes an extensive process that ensures quality prints. The empty cartridge is first visually & electronically tested to ensure the circuitry is intact; it is then completely disassembled and goes through a cleaning. The Canon 120 toner cartridge is then configured back together, filled with the same toner powder formulation as the original, inspected for any possible shell leakage, and then is run through an actual print test. If the 120 toner cartridge cartridge passes our rigid standards it has been remanufactured! Why buy expensive OEM laser toner cartridges when you can buy a remanufactured laser toner at a fraction of the cost? Our remanufactured products are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! OEM laser toner cartridges are also available for your Canon ImageClass D1320.
Toner Cartridges for the Canon ImageClass D1320
5 Pack of Canon Compatible 120 (2617B001AA) High Yield Black Toner CartridgesBlackPage Yield: 5000 Each* PagesReg. Price $246.99 Our Price $184.95Avg Price Per Cartridge: $36.99
Canon 120 Compatible Black Toner Cartridge 2617B001AA (5,000 Pages)BlackPage Yield: 5000* PagesReg. Price $47.99 Our Price $35.99Buy 3 or more: $34.99 each
Canon 120 Original Black Toner Cartridge 2617B001AA (5,000 Pages)BlackPage Yield: 5000* PagesOur Price $200.96Save $164.97 when you buy the Compatible Version
Many consumers are worried if the use of compatible or aftermarket printing supplies will void their printer's warranty. The answer is no.
More simply put, this means that your printer warranty cannot be voided just because you choose to use compatible products unless the manufacturer can prove that the compatible product caused direct damage to your printer. In cases such as this, the manufacturer may choose not to repair your printer but your warranty would remain in effect for all other warranty issues.
For more information see:
United States Code Annotated
Chapter 50 Consumer Product Warranties 15 Section 2302 Section C