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    03/04 drum rebuild kits

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    Re: 03/04 drum rebuild kits

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence View Post
    Can you take a MP C3004 PCDU and put it into a MPC3003? Are you just doing the drum or entire unit?

    Thx
    Only the PCU, dev wont fit without a mod & as the devs go way past PM life I fit the correct one if needed.

    XX04 drums are significantly cheaper than XX03 yet are identical.


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    Re: 03/04 drum rebuild kits

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    Only the PCU, dev wont fit without a mod & as the devs go way past PM life I fit the correct one if needed.

    XX04 drums are significantly cheaper than XX03 yet are identical.
    Thanks, most of my DV units have had the gears on the back fail and then the mag roller stops turning. I seldom get the drum to make 400k but most of mine are MPC5503 that are high use but low page count per job.

    Ill check into the drums!

    *Edit*
    MPC3503 drum D1862218 is $586
    MPC3504 drum D2392242 is $644

    Guess Canada has different pricing!
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    Re: 03/04 drum rebuild kits

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence View Post
    Thanks, most of my DV units have had the gears on the back fail and then the mag roller stops turning. I seldom get the drum to make 400k but most of mine are MPC5503 that are high use but low page count per job.

    Ill check into the drums!

    *Edit*
    MPC3503 drum D1862218 is $586
    MPC3504 drum D2392242 is $644

    Guess Canada has different pricing!
    Yes I see, so not much saving in it to worry about.

    Shame we canít order those dev gears!
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    03/04 drum rebuild kits

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    Re: 03/04 drum rebuild kits

    As for dev units the mpc3003 3503 4503 5503 6003 series are all the same but the new mpc3004 3504 are different to 4504 5504 6004

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    Re: 03/04 drum rebuild kits

    I tried a few kits of the "1st gen" offers - wasn't happy with them, because I had streaks on the prints because the "candle-ish wax" bar was crap, adding too much material on the OPC surface. I probably got some 10k prints prints until the refurbished units startet failing. I just had a few test customers running those kits so no big deal.

    Now there is a new variant of kits available including a chalk-based wax bar like the original and I'm currently testing them. So far so good but it's too soon to recommend them.

    For quality demanding customers I also use the MPC3xx4 drum for the MPC3xx3 series.

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