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    Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    Hi All,

    Is there any sp adjustment to reduce black toner density on Ricoh mpc2503 or any sp to reduce VT on OPC??
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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    Follow PM schedule and use genuine parts.

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    I have seen after market toner cause problems on this model......

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    It's an OEM toner. I still don't know why the black density its too dark.

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    All parts are genuine OEM parts. I know there's an sp settings to be done, but I've forgotten. I'll try to remember.

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixtech Frameworks View Post
    All parts are genuine OEM parts. I know there's an sp settings to be done, but I've forgotten. I'll try to remember.
    Itís in the service manual, initialisation after replacing dev.

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    The problem is you do not think the problem all the way through. Any SP change you make to reduce, or increase, the density of the K toner will result in less toner being put on the drum. Less toner on the drum will result in less toner on the ITB. That will result in the ID patch being lighter, or darker, and Process Control will reverse your adjustment.

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    I remembered I countered same situation and there's and sp 3xxx, but can't remember anymore.

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixtech Frameworks View Post
    I remembered I countered same situation and there's and sp 3xxx, but can't remember anymore.
    At least one of the critical SP settings that I used to change in previous models does not exist on the MP CXX03 series.

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    Re: Toner Density Ricoh 2503

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixtech Frameworks View Post
    Hi All,

    Is there any sp adjustment to reduce black toner density on Ricoh mpc2503 or any sp to reduce VT on OPC??
    Thanks.
    Carry out a PM replace the K PCU & Dev if over life.

    Update the firmware & run ACC.

    This will most likely resolve any print quality issues you have.
    Let us eat, drink, and be merry, because tomorrow we may die!

    For all your firmware & service manual needs please visit us at:

    www.copierfirmware.co.uk - www.printerfirmware.co.uk




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