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Poor print quality

Been using the IBM 1412 successfully for a while but even after replacing the toner cartridge finding the print quality to be very bad, not black just missing that dark print tone. can you help

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    Lou H May 11, 2010

    When was the last time the drum/ photo conductor was replaced? The toner cartridge sits in the drum unit.

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You need to replace the Drum otherwise known as the photoconductor I believe the part number is 75P5712 - your toner cartridge actually seats into the PC kit.

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