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    Re: C658 vs C759

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    I like your opinion but technically they changed charge units not drums. 4e vs 8, low volume up to 554e.
    You got me on that, but I was referring to the charge mechanism of the drum like you mentioned. It seems like a roller would cost more to make, but I guess not if people have to buy more drums. Those older style drums would last sometimes 2.5 times their yield or more. What does the i series use?

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    Re: C658 vs C759

    No more corona/scorotron/wire chargers due less ozone requirements. Cheep like small printer PCRs exposing drums.
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    Re: C658 vs C759

    In the C650i series the drums last longer (theoretically). But it is mainly due to less amount of toner in my opinion.

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