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    Use Konica Minolta 4e toners/drums in Olivetti

    Hi, today I share with you what I have discovered. In all probability, the experts already know this solution.

    Install 4e series drums in D-Color 282 Plus
    When you try to insert a Konica Minolta drum into Olivetti, the drum doesn't go in for about half a centimeter. You might think of a change in the back but actually the change to make is in the front. The drum is completely identical but you have to cut pieces of plastic in the blue plastic to avoid problems.

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    I haven't experimented with the initialization chip, but it's likely the same.
    Install 4e series toner in D-Color 282 Plus
    Here too it is a question of plastics. If you don't want to waste time, you can change the cap by unlatching the three hooks in the toner bottle. If you want to make a change, just cut the plastic pieces shown in the image.
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    Re: Use Konica Minolta 4e toners/drums in Olivetti

    Are KM drums cheaper or something?

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    Re: Use Konica Minolta 4e toners/drums in Olivetti

    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    Are KM drums cheaper or something?

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    probably yes at many distrubution channels

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    Re: Use Konica Minolta 4e toners/drums in Olivetti

    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    Are KM drums cheaper or something?

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    Maybe but in my case I only have Konica Minolta components. I had some still good used but working drums and toners. This saved me the expense of new drums/new toners. I recovered this printer to use it as an emergency printer.

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