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    Senior Tech 100+ Posts onlyinnewfoundland's Avatar
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    Re: Faulty Lexmark Imaging Units.

    Hey guys

    I also have issues with IU's from Lexmark...we get the majority of our supplies through Synnex - we are in Canada, so not sure how widespread the issue is.

    I know Lexmark was recently purchased by a Chinese aftermarket company so I suspect the quality will probably go down but everything will get even cheaper as a result.

    85% of my base up here is Canon so I am extremely jaded by all these trivial issues the Lexmark boxes seem to have. We are selling BSD stuff so, no consumer stuff. I have noticed on the XS792 series (not sure what the consumer equivalent is) we go through a lot of colour carts way before they are done. Seems like what happens is the cartridge does not have a very reliable ATR system compared to Canon and others...most of them that I have hauled apart have the transfer roller in bad shape and they are usually starved of toner. Drum surfaces seem okay and tend to last.

    On average, I'd say we are getting somewhere in the ballpark of 50-85% use out of them and they start showing issues.

    The newer models seem okay (XC6152, 4150, etc) - haven't had any failures other than the system software being pretty bad.


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    Sharp & HP Tech 100+ Posts austonrush's Avatar
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    Re: Faulty Lexmark Imaging Units.

    We also have issues with Lexmark imaging units not getting anywhere near the life advertised....

    A new generation of machines has just been released lets see if they are any better.


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    Faulty Lexmark Imaging Units.

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    Re: Faulty Lexmark Imaging Units.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon55 View Post
    We also have issues with Lexmark imaging units not getting anywhere near the life advertised....

    A new generation of machines has just been released lets see if they are any better.
    Log a job with Lexmark and then send them back to your local supplier for a credit. It won't be until that it starts to hurt them financially will anything be done. They just don't seem to care that the end user is inconvenienced by given faulty consumables.

    At least 50% of IT is a solution looking for a problem.

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    Re: Faulty Lexmark Imaging Units.

    Oh I send them back for replacement all the time (especially if there on MPS contract printers). I never have an issue getting a credit for them, it is just stupid that Lexmark can claim a 60k life cycle for a drum that I'm lucky to get 20-30k out of at most.... From a customers perspective it doesn't look good because the machine print quality looks horrible but, there printer reports the photoconductor has a lot of life remaining.

    The optics look bad (yes the pun is totally intended). lol


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    Re: Faulty Lexmark Imaging Units.

    I've got yet another 4 sitting beside my desk waiting for me to process Jeez, its depressing

    At least 50% of IT is a solution looking for a problem.

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