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How can I change the Stealth Touch S-line printer cartridge?

I have a PioneerPOS Stealth Touch-M5. The printer has been printing fade printing that is very hard to read/see what it printed. Please how can I change the printer cartridge to be able to better readable printing. Thanks

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SOURCE: My printer prints blurry lines!

Try this: make a copy and stop it when it reaches the cartridge ( has to have image on paper) take out paper and look at it, does it have blurry copies? if yes, then the problem is with the cartidge or (worse) the laser printing device ( expensive).
Take a chance and replace the cartridge.  if still there you need to replace the laser unit.

If it does not have blurry copies when you stop it at the drum then check the fuser unit( doubt it ) to see it it has any writing or toner on it.

Good Luck.

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SOURCE: blurred printing printer i255

Hi, check the nozzle and test , if the result not in solid color there are spaces within the color means need head cleaning after head cleaning twice test print .

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

SOURCE: Black Lines

you need to change drum


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SOURCE: newer hp 6300 when I print some lines are unreadable, others dark

Dear sir; this is a very comon problem,most people don't know how to take care of, now power on, open the cover until cartridge move and stopin the middle, then UN-PLUG (not turn off) the power cord,let the cartridge stay in the middle,now push cartridge all the way to the end opposite of cartridge seat,use Q-tip with water to clean print head cleaning blade,may be also you can see a ink sticker, remove it, make sure cartridge print head is ok,let me know the resolve. GOOD LUCK !!!

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SOURCE: HP 2420 Faded Print outs

Check (and remove) the "economode"in "Printer Preferences" (right click on Printer applet) normally in "Paper /quality" Tab

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