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    SCX-8040

    We are solely Sharp Dealer but had a Samsung SCX-8040 donated. So we past along the gift to a local small church with the agreement they can have for free but we would be unable to put it under maintenance contract. Long story short we installed a Sharp for them last week and he had me look at the Sami we donated years ago. Its combined meter is just over 10K colors are ok but the Black looks like what you would get when a Sharp starts to pull DV. (Tiger Stripes). My question: Is there a simulation to run to correct this or will replacing part number MLT-R607K be the solution. If do need to replace Imaging unit. What adjustments should be run? I appreciate any and all feedback.

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    Re: SCX-8040

    Quote Originally Posted by tr210907 View Post
    We are solely Sharp Dealer but had a Samsung SCX-8040 donated. So we past along the gift to a local small church with the agreement they can have for free but we would be unable to put it under maintenance contract. Long story short we installed a Sharp for them last week and he had me look at the Sami we donated years ago. Its combined meter is just over 10K colors are ok but the Black looks like what you would get when a Sharp starts to pull DV. (Tiger Stripes). My question: Is there a simulation to run to correct this or will replacing part number MLT-R607K be the solution. If do need to replace Imaging unit. What adjustments should be run? I appreciate any and all feedback.
    Out of 300+ views no one has any feedback or input? Just looking for a little help from those who are familiar with Samsungís.. I may even have letters wrong in model name I know for sure itís an A3 color MFP with numerals 8040. Thanks in advance..

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    Re: SCX-8040

    Quote Originally Posted by tr210907 View Post
    Out of 300+ views no one has any feedback or input? Just looking for a little help from those who are familiar with Samsungís.. I may even have letters wrong in model name I know for sure itís an A3 color MFP with numerals 8040. Thanks in advance..
    personally (seems to be the same opinion here) SAMSUX are shit products... the boss got the dealership DESPITE mine and the GM suggestions.

    the products are shit
    the tech support is shit
    the website and operations are shit
    the parts/returns policy are shit.

    guess that's why the HP lines using the SAMSUX engines are shit


    get the idea?


    run forest run!

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    Re: SCX-8040

    Quote Originally Posted by tr210907 View Post
    We are solely Sharp Dealer but had a Samsung SCX-8040 donated. So we past along the gift to a local small church with the agreement they can have for free but we would be unable to put it under maintenance contract. Long story short we installed a Sharp for them last week and he had me look at the Sami we donated years ago. Its combined meter is just over 10K colors are ok but the Black looks like what you would get when a Sharp starts to pull DV. (Tiger Stripes). My question: Is there a simulation to run to correct this or will replacing part number MLT-R607K be the solution. If do need to replace Imaging unit. What adjustments should be run? I appreciate any and all feedback.

    it is the imaging unit. or high voltage power supply, might want to check the psu as the caps my explode

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    Re: SCX-8040

    Quote Originally Posted by Arcadian View Post
    it is the imaging unit. or high voltage power supply, might want to check the psu as the caps my explode
    Thank you for your input. Any simulations that should be ran after replacing the unit? Or will it detect new unit and do everything on its own? Thanks again..

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    Re: SCX-8040

    Quote Originally Posted by tr210907 View Post
    Thank you for your input. Any simulations that should be ran after replacing the unit? Or will it detect new unit and do everything on its own? Thanks again..
    Nothing to run no test just check if it prints.

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