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Toner Cartridge model replacement

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Color LaserJet Pro MFP M283cdw
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

This printer came with printer cartridge model 206A  I have previous unused printer cartridge models 202X.  Can I use them in this newer HP Laserjet?

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No, because the 206 is for the M283 printer and the 202 is for the M281 printer.

Those two printer models ( M281 and M283 ) might look the same but they use different cartridges.




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No, because the 206 is for the M283 printer and the 202 is for the M281 printer.

Those two printer models ( M281 and M283 ) might look the same but they use different cartridges.




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