One problem after another is whether using the Proffisy cartridge/toner cartridge (or any third-party cartridge, for that matter) will invalidate the printer's factory warranty. the answer is negative.
The use of third-party inks and toner cartridges (including Link) has no effect on the printer's warranty. Many consumers believe that their printers can only use ink and toner from the original manufacturer.
This is like IKEA asking buyers to use IKEA brand tools to assemble IKEA brand furniture. A more appropriate example might be that Dell requires you to use a Dell branded mouse or USB thumb drive on one of its computers. The federal government requires manufacturers to retain their warranty regardless of whether their owners use first or third party peripherals and warranty periods.
Thanks to the 1975 Magnuson-Moss Guarantee Act, a federal law co-developed by Senator Warren Magnuson and Rep. John Moss, which sets the standard for product assurance. National standard. Magnuson-Moss law prohibits manufacturers from proposing "bundling" clauses, meaning that the manufacturer cannot cancel the owner's warranty simply because he or she uses a working part
produced by another company. You can find a complete explanation in law: http://Goo.GL/Y3EODT.
But what about different types of toner and toner cartridges? You should pay attention to three points:
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
OEM cartridges come directly from printer manufacturers (ie Brothers, Canon, Epson, HP).
Compatible ink cartridges are manufactured by different companies (such as Proffisy), but are fully compatible with certain models of printers.
A remanufactured cartridge is a reusable cartridge that is re-used for a specific printer model.
As a manufacturer, Proffisy offers all toner and toner cartridges that are compatible with original printers and copier models.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 18th Sep,2018.