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    is there anyone recoating pcr's anymore last one I knew of was PCRMike...but I think he is long out of business. I was wondering since these kyocera pcr's dont go the full life expectancy

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    Re: PCR's

    Quote Originally Posted by Scottb View Post
    is there anyone recoating pcr's anymore last one I knew of was PCRMike...but I think he is long out of business. I was wondering since these kyocera pcr's dont go the full life expectancy
    if they are shredding or bubbling .. this trick will not work.

    BUT if excessive toner build up is the problem have you tried an old trick of mine I have been using for decades

    take Nu Finish car polish and coat the PCR... let dry .. buff ( it make two applications ) once the roller is clear of buildup reinstall and run a few test sheets.

    most times it will produce bolder and clearer prints and give full life for the roller, and reduce wear to the drum.

    try it let me know how it works for you.

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    When you do that Phil do you reset the count or any other reset .

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    When you do that Phil do you reset the count or any other reset .
    no unless the drum is reset

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    Thanks Phil, sorry for the late reply its been a bit busy today. Yeah I've done that and usually they work out well. I was just thinking about all those bubbled ones that we through away and was looking for a cheap replacement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottb View Post
    Thanks Phil, sorry for the late reply its been a bit busy today. Yeah I've done that and usually they work out well. I was just thinking about all those bubbled ones that we through away and was looking for a cheap replacement
    i never used cheap shit always used OEM

    but yes if bubbled you have to replace.

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    generally speaking we do here as well, but im not opposed to testing in a couple of machines to see the results....especially something with the lifespan of Kyocera pcr's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottb View Post
    generally speaking we do here as well, but im not opposed to testing in a couple of machines to see the results....especially something with the lifespan of Kyocera pcr's
    never tried on Kyocera..

    but works great on HP - OKI - Canon - old sharps -Panasonic and others i can't think of right now.

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