Summary: I got a 5240 as a giveaway from another resident in the apartment building with about 1200+ prints total on it according to the status sheet that printed out. I just plugged it in, connected it to my Mac laptop and I got asked if I wanted to download the driver. I clicked "yes" and away it went.
Summary: I was please with the very service of the vendor. There was a part missing when I received my printer however when I called it was corrected without any questions and I received a completly different in a few days. Thanks, Kevin
Summary: Excellent printer for everything but envelopes. Mangles envelopes no matter what(see 1 and 2 star reviews). So, if you need to do envelopes, buy a different printer. Everything else including labels, duplexing, etc have worked perfectly. I have had one paper jam in 4400 copies.
Summary: This is a great printer, best I've ever had. But I have to agree that envelopes are the exception. Good job to arkman in his review on figuring out how to do it, I'll try that next time but fortunately I don't do envelopes often. I'm convinced that inkjets are a scam.
Summary: If you're getting loud clicking noises that seem to be coming from the left front by the paper tray, here's how to fix the problem: - Take the paper tray out. Make sure the paper height is set to 11 inches -- it's probably set a little smaller, and the design lets the paper interfere with the gear...
Summary: I've had pretty good luck with Brother printers. Okay speed, good print quality, last awhile. Drum units are expensive though. Once it's time to replace your drum, almost cheaper to just toss the thing and buy a new one.
Summary: I needed a laser monochrome printer for work and decided to try this printer out. I researched many printers, including the "professional" models from Ricoh/Lanier and Xerox. I have since ordered 8 of these Brothers and been very satisfied with them overall. PROS: 1.