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I'm with the previous recommendation, a Laser printer will have a much cheaper per-sheet expense and be a bunch more reliable than an inkjet! I used inkjet printers for many years, and I was constantly cleaning heads, changing dried out cartridges, etc. I finally got tired of the drill and got smart about my printing!

I currently use two laser printers, the Brother HL-3170CDW color printer and the Canon MF4570DN B/W printer. My Canon is ancient, I've had it a long time, it has over 30,000 copies logged. The only maintenance, other than changing cartridges, is I finally had to replace one of the hinges on the document feeder cover, I think the part was $12 on eBay. I use clone cartridges in both printers and have had no issues. Both printers will do double-sided printing, and the B/W one had a copier/scanner and document feeder. The Canon scanner obviously does full color scans if I need them.
 
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