Brother HL-L2300d refill instructions
Before use, familiarise yourself with the safety information on pages 6 and 7.
Consider doing the refill on top of sheets of old newspaper in case of accidental spills.
Compatibility of the toner
HL-L2300d, HL-L2340dw, HL-L2360dn, HL-L2365dw
DCP-L2500d, DCP-L2520dw, DCP-L2540dn, DCP-L2560dw
MFC-L2700dw, MFC-L2720dw, MFC-L2740dw
OK for Brother original cartridge codes TN-2310 (1.2K yield), TN-2320 (2.6K yield) and the starter cartridge
that arrives with the new machine.
The starter cartridge and bought cartridges are the same for the purpose of refilling.
Whichever type of cartridge you refill, it comes out as high capacity after using this product.
Ignore "Toner low" messages and associated lights
Completely ignore the "Toner low" messages of any kind.
For models that have a toner light, it will flash: ignore that too
Do reset when you get "Replace toner" pop-up or LCD panel message
Original and largest selling do-it-yourself toner refill
If your machine has an LCD display (which is most of
them), it will say "Replace toner".
For models that have a toner light, it will now be on
steady (i.e. not flashing).
For all models: at this point the printer refuses to
print, which is a bit of a give away sign.
Now is the time to reset, with a view to carry on
printing until you get fade out.
Under no circumstances respond to this situation
by putting more toner in, just reset
We detail the reset procedures for the different models
in the following 2 pages ....
After resetting, carry on printing until you get fade out
similar to the image at the bottom of page 3. Then,
and only then, pour in the bottle of toner as described
on page 4.