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Extremely low price printer


Kevscar1

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Brother MFC-5890CN but are they any good. Always wanted an A3 printer but could never justify the price. Does this one do good A3 photos please

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spuds

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Don't know much about the MFC-5890CN, but I have and use daily a Brother DCP-135C all-in-one printer, which I find very good, fully reliable and very economical to use (compatibles 50p each, 3 coloured, yellow, blue, red 1 larger black cartridges).

Check the Brother warranty, because when I purchased my printer from Rymans, it came with a 12 month warranty, that was extended to 3 years for free by Brother with on-line registration. I think that I paid about £39.99 or £49.99 just over 12 months ago, with free next day delivery thrown in.

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tullie

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I have just got rid of mine as it wasent compatible with Windows 7 64 bit

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Kevscar1

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Thanks had a look around don't think I'll bother some questions adout quality of Photo prints.

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