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    Chips for C220/280/360 drums

    Was notified today that we now have chips for these in our inventory. I have always noticed these drums look great went replacing them. Looks to me like they will go 2 cycles easily. Anyone using chips on these yet.

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    Re: Chips for C220/280/360 drums

    We've had these for a long time.

    Off the top of my head, seems like drums last 1.5-3x life depending on customer/application.


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    Re: Chips for C220/280/360 drums

    Why use chips. Just turn the "replace drum" message off. They do run a long time.


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    Excuse my ignorance, but what simulation mode is used to turn drum replacement alarm off?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jznwpb View Post
    Excuse my ignorance, but what simulation mode is used to turn drum replacement alarm off?
    If you are KonMin authorized instal firmware GC1-C2. There are tech bulletins about it. They tell you where to make the changes.


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    Re: Chips for C220/280/360 drums

    my rule is dont fix whats not broken. I always reset ITBU and Fusers and re chip Drums if quality is still OK.

    pretty wasteful replacing them just because machine says so


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    Yea do the firmware, chips are a thing of the past. Only downside is it won't clear the drum gauge and creates p codes, some customers won't tolerate that


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    Re: Chips for C220/280/360 drums

    Quote Originally Posted by JR2ALTA View Post
    Yea do the firmware, chips are a thing of the past. Only downside is it won't clear the drum gauge and creates p codes, some customers won't tolerate that
    most don't even notice the oil can symbol


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    Re: Chips for C220/280/360 drums

    Also with a fiery, you have to replace chips as the fiery will lockup with a very annoying message


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    Re: Chips for C220/280/360 drums

    Quote Originally Posted by mmru4real View Post
    Also with a fiery, you have to replace chips as the fiery will lockup with a very annoying message
    I agree we have too many customers ringing up complaining that the units are overlife !

    That is why we use the resetter for the C220/280/360/224/284/364 + E machines.

    Look at www.chip-life.com

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