Summary: I purchased this printer with the hopes of saving money as compared to an ink jet printer. Well, for the first couple of months it was fine. Then I started having problems. The first problem I encountered was paper jam after paper jam at the exit. After searching for a solution, I found a video on youtube explaining the problem and the solution....bingo. Replaced a faulty exit sensor and problem solved. Second problem occured about a year later.
Summary: I have received the above merchandise and it does not function as advertised. It barely prints part of the time and makes a very loud noise when printing. I have opened the back door and it is very hot and smells like something is burning. I have also removed the paper tray and looked under the printer and there are spider webs....I did remove a bunch but, there are still some? What do I do to return it?
Summary: I bought the first one at Fry's Electronics, after 5 months the printer Broke but I still have some toner left so I bought another one from Amazon on May 10th and now it broke Again...So 2 times is enough! This Samsung Brand Printer is not RELIABLE AT ALL...choose different Brand so you don't waste your money...
Summary: I ordered this for my church (from office max not via amazon) after doing hours of reviews online, and after just 27 months, it has a part that is broken in it and it will be cheaper to actually buy a new printer than it will be to replace the part. Just another bad tick in my book about ANY samsung products. I can't believe how most people just "love" samsung. I believe it is an overpriced pos just like sony.
Summary: I had this printer for about a year when the sensor (we think) went bad. After many phone calls and emails the bottom line from Samsung is that even though they sell these printers in Hawaii they do not have anyone in Hawaii to service them (warrantee or other). They suggested I mail the printer thousands of miles to California at my own expense.
Summary: I bought this printer because I thought it would be cheaper to have a laser printer than constantly replacing ink jet cartridges, even though I buy generic ones...This printer was $108 at Fry's, and although the initial toner cartridges only lasted a little while before you have to replace them, the printer seemed to work fine and I was pleased with it for about a year. For the last two months, I have had nothing but misery with it.
Summary: The unit died after 15 months of low-to-moderate use. Red blinker and and a cryptic message: "cycle power" Searching the Internet produced numerous owners who received the same message. Apparently, it's the fuser unit, which costs over $125 to replace. I'm searching for another printer, very disappointed in Samsung.
Summary: Where do I start? I got this printer because I volunteered to print up the bulletin every week for our church. With inserts and such, I was printing about 140 pages a week, with color, and my good old HP printer was going through a lot of ink. I figured that I could save money on ink by buying a laser printer, and it would pay for itself. I should have bought a better model. The print quality on complicated, multi-layered lettering, such as Word Art, is really bad.
Jay Colingham "The two finest things in life ..., Amazon
1 October 2010
Summary: Despite this printer being astonishingly low priced, it is by far the lowest quality printer I have ever owned. The primary reason I have been unsatisfied over the last 18 months of ownership is due to the fact that the toner smears. Even in a slower mode, the red toner cartridge reprints again and again down the page ruining any color print with red in it. This has begun to occur with the blue as well. Secondarily, the printer overheats from any sustained use.