If you purchased the DIY compatible Brother TN-760 toner cartridge, you need to move the chip from your original (OEM) cartridge and place it onto this compatible cartridge in order to use the cartridge in your printer. This chip helps the printer communicate with the toner cartridge so the printer can notify you when the cartridge is running low. Since this is a used chip, the printer will show "empty" or "0" toner supply on your printer's display, but the cartridge will still print the full page yield, print quality will not be affected and the chip can be re-used many times. For step-by-step instructions on how to transfer the chip, check out our installation guide. We have also included a video depicting the chip transfer process below:
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