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    Re: C1070

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    The toner in the toner bottle has a percentage of developer, to replenish developer loss and extend the life of the developer. That developer included in the toner is abrasive and should not be used for priming. Konica Minolta sells yellow toner only for priming drums and transfer belts, in a small bottle. Does that make sense?

    =^..^=
    yeah i meant by that Setting Tonner as in my post bro

    Quote Originally Posted by Woxner
    this is the part # for the setting toner. A50UPP0100. use it on the blade and the belt. Setting powder may cause problems so use this toner

    Would it harm if i use C8000 setting tonner? A1RFPP0000


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    Re: C1070

    It will work fine, no harm. Probably identical. =^..^=

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    Re: C1070

    Did you replace the 2nd transfer roller and discharge brush?


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    Re: C1070

    There's a guide on the adu bed that sits directly below the It belt. I believe its purpose is to prevent trail edge flick on lighter paper. It has a brown coloured mylar guide which can get rippled and start to touch the belt which can cause white lines as it scrapes the image from the belt before image transfer. I remove the guide (two screws) and have yet to see the fault it's supposed to prevent.


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