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Kurt
12-05-2007, 01:50 AM
The St 9120 looks like a Lexmark. It is used to print checks. Does anyone know it's cross reference to the lexmark. It needs a new fuser and just wondering if I can put in a Lexmark and still work ok. Thanks, kurt

CanonHPTech
12-05-2007, 02:54 AM
Not sure where the Micron came from but the companies name is Source Technologies: they re-badge IBM and Lexmark printers and make them MICR to print checks. Very similar to Troy who uses HP printers. Should crossover to a Lexmark T520 T522, fuser should be 99A2423. Would also change the yellow pick tires also 99A0070. Maintenance Kit includes these with the Fuser, but have seen very few of these or the older Optra's actually make it to a Maint interval without needing several overhauls. Oh, the answer is yes, because Source does not sell parts for there machines so should work fine, however I believe you can attempt to be a repair/service center for them, check them out at: www.https://www.sourcetech.com (http://www.https://www.sourcetech.com). Good luck sir, let us know if you are sucessful.

Kurt
12-07-2007, 01:17 AM
Not sure where the Micron came from but the companies name is Source Technologies: they re-badge IBM and Lexmark printers and make them MICR to print checks. Very similar to Troy who uses HP printers. Should crossover to a Lexmark T520 T522, fuser should be 99A2423. Would also change the yellow pick tires also 99A0070. Maintenance Kit includes these with the Fuser, but have seen very few of these or the older Optra's actually make it to a Maint interval without needing several overhauls. Oh, the answer is yes, because Source does not sell parts for there machines so should work fine, however I believe you can attempt to be a repair/service center for them, check them out at: www.https://www.sourcetech.com (http://www.https://www.sourcetech.com). Good luck sir, let us know if you are sucessful.

That did the trick.....thanks for your help....running like a champ again.....thanks, Kurt

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