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Samsung CLP-320 Colour Laser Printer
Brand New, Sealed, UK Stock includes Cartridges & 12 Months Warranty.

** Includes all 4 original Samsung Toner Cartridges Black, Cyan, Magenta & Yellow **

Almost 1/2 Price - NOW ONLY £64.95 including FREE UK Delivery!

Also available on ebay Item number: 180636913021

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1 Like #1
Perfect for those occasional prints (ie: less than 50pages a month) and then throw away when the cartridges are empty.

Compatible toners are ~ £30 each (1000pages @ 5% for cyan, magenta & yellow and 1500pages for black). *Cough cough*

The rainbow refill kit can be had for £40 delivered and even includes the replacement anti-refill security chips.


Manufacturer's specification page.

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Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 03, 2011 06:19: ..
1 Like #2
These print great but are very expensive for replacement bits and pieces. When I had one at my last job, the warning light was always on asking for replacement bits and pieces i.e replacing the toner overflow tank when it was full, we just emptied ours into the bin and put the same one back in. Also we found out that you need to replace the imaging unit after about 1000 prints and they are about £115 plus vat.
#3
Point already made cheap to start with then you turn in o a cash pig good price though
#4
I have had one of these for two years and never experienced the problems the previous poster states, though I must admit that the printer is not without its quirks. Use non OEM cartridges to bring down the price.
I only use mine to print the front cover of a magazine I distribute, all the black is done on a Brother laser printer.
#5
To expensive to run when toner runs out so it either disposable or will gush money till you bin it so for those reasons cold. Cheap laser printers are all expensive to run all but a couple i would rather pay the double and get the Dell.
#6
with laser printers i found out that, it takes me roughly a year and a month before i need to fork out some cash on it, and usually that cash is more of many to come, so i wait for bargains like this and just throw the old one away. the companies are making us; conspicuous consumers!
#7
darkman13
with laser printers i found out that, it takes me roughly a year and a month before i need to fork out some cash on it, and usually that cash is more of many to come, so i wait for bargains like this and just throw the old one away. the companies are making us; conspicuous consumers!



I have used a Brother laser for just under five years without a problem. I buy the cartridges (refills) when they are going cheap. I use the printer every day for my work. It cost me about £90 when it was on offer at Viking Direct.
2 Likes #8
darn 5ukplessthan i paid earlier week. toner refills and chips on ebay. toner refills recommended onlt twice or three times before disposal. companies should be fined really, for making things like this disposable. cant be very green can it?
#9
polly69
To expensive to run when toner runs out so it either disposable or will gush money till you bin it so for those reasons cold. Cheap laser printers are all expensive to run all but a couple i would rather pay the double and get the Dell.

The Dell is very poor, I have it, the toner smudges/rubs off at times and sometimes it has lines it shouldnt have
#10
anyone own one and refill it? If so anyone got a link to the cartidges/toner fill?
#11
400lbBench
polly69
To expensive to run when toner runs out so it either disposable or will gush money till you bin it so for those reasons cold. Cheap laser printers are all expensive to run all but a couple i would rather pay the double and get the Dell.


The Dell is very poor, I have it, the toner smudges/rubs off at times and sometimes it has lines it shouldnt have

Sounds like your fuser unit needs replacing/refurbishing (the Teflon coated film sleeve inside the fuser can be replaced with a little know how).




Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 03, 2011 10:40
#12
I own the older version of this printer, must have done around 5,000 prints on it and aside from the rollers being a bit worn, it's working brilliantly!
#13
SUMMONER
Compatible toners are ~ £30 each (1000pages @ 5% for cyan, magenta & yellow and 1500pages for black). *Cough cough*

The rainbow refill kit can be had for £40 delivered and even includes the replacement anti-refill security chips.

All 4 Cartridges included are 700 Page Yield* starter toners

Link for £40 ? I can only find the rainbow kit for £60 (£15 individual colours)
http://www.zinetic.co.uk/CLP_320___320N-list.aspx

[edit] ahh ebay number 280653859924 has 4 refill pack for £40 - that one?


Edited By: mikerr on Apr 03, 2011 11:13: .
#14
Can't really fault this for the price.
I have a B/W Samsung and recently refilled the toner cartridge myself. Piece of cake.
#15
SUMMONER
400lbBench
polly69
To expensive to run when toner runs out so it either disposable or will gush money till you bin it so for those reasons cold. Cheap laser printers are all expensive to run all but a couple i would rather pay the double and get the Dell.

The Dell is very poor, I have it, the toner smudges/rubs off at times and sometimes it has lines it shouldnt have
Sounds like your fuser unit needs replacing/refurbishing (the Teflon coated film sleeve inside the fuser can be replaced with a little know how).

Well it has been doing this since the start, so I'm not sure if its not inherent within the product or if I received a faulty unit. Do you think it would be worth looking into?
#16
Sounds like a faulty unit to me, the fuser isn't getting hot enough.
#17
does anyone know after the initial 700 page prints if you can still print if one toner is low/dead.

My inkjet won't allow you to continue to print even if you have black ink but low/no colour ink! Basically just want it for B+W prints. cheers.
#18
sparky.shark
does anyone know after the initial 700 page prints if you can still print if one toner is low/dead.

My inkjet won't allow you to continue to print even if you have black ink but low/no colour ink! Basically just want it for B+W prints. cheers.


I have the CLP-310 and it just keeps going, been warning me for ages that the toner is on the way out (and it actually is now!) but it still lets me print.
I did have the xerox version of one of these before and it refused to print when it 'knew' it was empty of one colour. VERY annoying!
#19
polly69
To expensive to run when toner runs out so it either disposable or will gush money till you bin it so for those reasons cold. Cheap laser printers are all expensive to run all but a couple i would rather pay the double and get the Dell.


+1 £30 for 1000 sheets or £25 for 2000, mmmm
#20
400lbBench
SUMMONER
400lbBench
polly69
To expensive to run when toner runs out so it either disposable or will gush money till you bin it so for those reasons cold. Cheap laser printers are all expensive to run all but a couple i would rather pay the double and get the Dell.


The Dell is very poor, I have it, the toner smudges/rubs off at times and sometimes it has lines it shouldnt have

Sounds like your fuser unit needs replacing/refurbishing (the Teflon coated film sleeve inside the fuser can be replaced with a little know how).


Well it has been doing this since the start, so I'm not sure if its not inherent within the product or if I received a faulty unit. Do you think it would be worth looking into?

Yes
#21
so is £40 the cost to refill (powder)?
#22
joeb
so is £40 the cost to refill (powder)?

Yes, but it can be quite messy to do. Also you will eventually have to buy new ones, as parts inside the cartridge wear out.

Which is why I personally only buy printers that have refurbished cartridges available.

ie: my Laserjet 4000TN, which prints up to 10,000 b&w pages from a single toner cartridge that costs < £15 delivered and my Canon IP4300 colour inkjet for which the cartridges are less than £1 each delivered. My Laserjet 2300DN duplex printer is comparatively expensive to use at £12 per 6000 page toner cartridge.


Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 06, 2011 08:19: > me spllelling <
#23
Probably a stupid question but laser printers aren't any good for printing photos are they (even black & white ones)?
Just wondering as Im sick of my epson r300 jamming up and getting blocked nozzles etc and I've never owned a laser printer before.
#24
SUMMONER
joeb
so is £40 the cost to refill (powder)?

Yes, but it can be quite messy to do. Also you will eventually have to buy new ones, as parts inside the cartridge wear out.

Which is why I personally only buy printers that have refurbished cartridges available.

ie: my Laserjet 4000TN, which prints up to 10,000 b&w pages from a single toner cartridge that costs < £15 delivered and my Canon IP4300 colour inkjet for which the cartridges are less than £1 each delivered. My Laserjet 2300DN duplex printer is comparatively expensive to use at £12 per 6000 page toner cartridge.



Where do you buy your ink/toner supplies from? I have tried so-called compatibles on a Canon MP250 and Epson SX515, both of which did not work.
1 Like #25
only_me
Where do you buy your ink/toner supplies from? I have tried so-called compatibles on a Canon MP250 and Epson SX515, both of which did not work.

Normally eBay and Gumtree.

Right now I am using a Viking Direct refurbished cartridge on the Laserjet 4000, which cost me £12 off a local surplus dealer. But normally I would buy it here. The IJT cartridges work well and they will replace them if there is a problem with any of cartridges bought. After sales can be sluggish, but then you get what you pay for?!

Ink wise I use some unbranded white boxed ones and never had a problem with them. Try these for your Canon SX515.

Always make sure that refilled cartridges you buy come with a new/unused security chip pre-installed, otherwise the printer might reject them.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Apr 24, 2011 10:37
#26
SUMMONER
only_me
Where do you buy your ink/toner supplies from? I have tried so-called compatibles on a Canon MP250 and Epson SX515, both of which did not work.

Normally eBay and Gumtree.

Right now I am using a Viking Direct refurbished cartridge on the Laserjet 4000, which cost me £12 off a local surplus dealer. But normally I would buy it here. The IJT cartridges work well and they will replace them if there is a problem with any of cartridges bought. After sales can be sluggish, but then you get what you pay for?!

Ink wise I use some unbranded white boxed ones and never had a problem with them. Try these for your Canon SX515.

Always make sure that refilled cartridges you buy come with a new/unused security chip pre-installed, otherwise the printer might reject them.


Thank you very much for the info, will give it a try.

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