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Ricoh hq9000 copyprinter drum leaking ink any help would be appreciated

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  • Joe4643 Mar 16, 2009

    This Is a constant problem with the Ricoh 9000 Contact Ricoh Direct to get assistance to resolve.

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We have had similar ink leaking problems in the past. We found this company- arico1 . We send our type 90 drums there and they refurbished them. They've been real good to us.

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