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TRU RED™ Remanufactured Black High Yield Toner Cartridge Replacement for Samsung MLT-D209L (SV008A)

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Item #: 901-SEBMLT209R
  Model #: TRSV008A/SEBMLT
Brand: TRU RED
TRU RED™ Remanufactured Black High Yield Toner Cartridge Replacement for Samsung MLT-D209L (SV008A)
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Description
Ensure consistent print quality with this TRU RED™ remanufactured Samsung black toner cartridge. Install this cost-effective remanufactured toner cartridge to keep up with small-business tasks. The rich black toner produces clean, legible text, and a yield of up to 5000 pages lets you go longer between refills. This TRU RED™ remanufactured Samsung black toner cartridge is compatible with a wide range of Samsung printers and can be easily replaced when empty.
  • Yields up to 5000 pages per high yield cartridge
  • High yield cartridges save you money and time compared to buying a standard cartridge
  • Contains one black high yield cartridge
  • TRU RED™ remanufactured cartridges produce reliable copies
  • 2-year guarantee to be free of manufacturer's defects, get free replacement or your money back
  • Compatible with: Samsung ML-2855ND; SCX-4824FN, SCX-4826FN, SCX-4826FN MFP, SCX-4828FN
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Specifications
Cartridge Series : Samsung 209 Yield Type : High Yield Page Yield (Up to) : 5,000 Ink/Toner Color : Black
Ink/Toner Pack Size : 1/Pack Ink/Toner Cartridge Type : Remanufactured Wide Format Compatibility : No High Yield : Yes
Multipack : No Recycled : Yes Brand : TRU RED Customizable : No
Weight : 3.50 lbs. per Each

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