Software was a breeze as was getting it to work first time connecting over powerline adaptors for the network I like the options such as page toner- and also the current cost of drums and toner. I’m a home user so I’ve got time to take it apart completely. It replaced a perfectly serviceable HLDN when the combined cost of a replacement large-toner and drum unit exceeded the cost of a new DN printer, but never did understand global economics. Originally i introduced 1 to my site and after 1 9 months was really impressed. I’m rapidly coming to the conclusion that there isn’t a single good printer out there.

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I got the second paper tray and fitting that is straight forward remember to swap the bottom and top trays over as per the instructions. The printer simply does not work when all trays and doors are closed. By continuing to browse you are accepting our Privacy Policy. Rated 5 out of 5 by Dennis from Does what the brochure says Highly reliable printer used in small business for wide variety of tasks.

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It replaced a perfectly serviceable HLDN when the combined cost of a replacement large-toner and drum unit exceeded the cost of a new DN printer, but never did understand global economics. The printer comes well packaged I’d hate to have to repack it through as there are so many pieces of card. Had I been a business user I’d throw it in a skip. Takes up a lot of room as the MP tray and back need to be open. Rated 5 out of 5 by jagoh87 from Easy to maintain and user friendly After trying many other brands of printers i have found the Brother series to be the more reliable, easy to use and good value for money.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Ifty from Great I am impressed with these printers, especially the price and the volume of prints The paper continually curls up. It’s not light weight but one person can easily lift it. I’m very pleased with this printer and would happily recommend it to anybody.

Build quality is good. The duplex facility, not always available with similar brands has proved very useful and saved a shed-load of paper.

Originally i introduced 1 to my site and after 1 9 months was really impressed. Rated 1 out of 5 by TigerTim from Printer always jamming Disappointing, yes a good quality print, when it prints.

Brother HL-5350DN laser printer

Toner and drum cycle extermly good value for money Date published: Software was a breeze as was getting it to work first 5350db connecting over powerline adaptors for the network I like the options such as page toner- and also the current cost of drums and toner. This product has been discontinued. Rated 4 out of 5 by simplesimon from Good workhorse fast, reliable.

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I’m rapidly coming to the conclusion that there isn’t a single good printer out there. All in all very satisfied.

Find a local store. I have not had any compatibility issues with any of the systems i use. I’m a home user so I’ve got time to take it apart completely. Customer reviews Rated 5 out of 5 by psycjw from Does what it says on the can What I want out of a printer is a reliable work horse that works easily, can be set up easily and connects without hassle over a network.

Forget duplex printing automatically it just doesn’t work. Just waiting on the warranty sideas i havent had the need to call brother with a problem.

3550dn Rated 5 out of 5 by Danny11 from Brother HLDN – good all rounder I’ve been using brother laser printers for years and using this model has reinforced my opinion that brother laser printers are solid, reliable and dependable all round work-horses. This website is using cookies.

Consumables are a doddle to replace even for the non-teckie of users.