Brother GT-541 / GT-782 CMYK Printhead

Brother GT-541 / GT-782 CMYK PrintheadNew Brother GT-541 & GT-782 printhead for CMYK colors - Previous Part #SB4235001, SA5846401, SA5846301, SA5864201, SA5846101, SA5846001 - NEW PART #SB4235101www.media-printer.comBrother now REQUIRES..

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  • Product Code: DIGI-20033
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Brother GT-541 / GT-782 CMYK Printhead


New Brother GT-541 & GT-782 printhead for CMYK colors 


- Previous Part #SB4235001, SA5846401, SA5846301, SA5864201, SA5846101, SA5846001 

- NEW PART #SB4235101


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Brother now REQUIRES changing the Ink Supply Tube when replacing a printhead on the GT-541.  The reason is, if there is coagulated ink in the supply tube, it will immediately clog the new head.  Failure to replace the ink tube will make any warranty claim on a new printhead, difficult to get approval.  For GT-782 printers, make sure to do a thorough Tube Flush until the tubes look perfectly clean with no ink residue.

Check which ink tube you need and check the appropriate box below.  MAKE SURE YOU CHOOSE THE CORRECT INK TUBE.  


An alternate to buying a new tube, would be to use our GT Ink Tube Flush Kit to completely clean the original tube.  MAKE SURE there is NO INK RESIDUE left in the old ink tube and the Ink Needle is completely clean.  Also inspect the ink tube for kinks or cracks.  Depending on the year of your printer, you should get one of the following Ink Supply Tubes with the head.  If you have old style tubes, consider replacing them.


ATTENTION:

While changing the ink tube, we recommend to also pay extra attention to cleaning the ink needle.  A clogged ink needle has proven to be the cause of many print quality issues that are mistakenly blamed on a clogged or "bad" head.


WARNING for users of 3rd Party Inks:  If you are using replacement inks other than inks manufactured by Brother or Sawgrass for use in the GT-541 printers, we will NOT be responsible for ANY issue regarding the print head.  We have seen a dramatic increase in print head failures that are attributable to using 3rd party inks and/or 3rd party ink supply tubes.  

 

NOTE:

White ink printheads are different than the CMYK printheads.

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