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I have a kyocera kn3035 the copies come out light tried making them darker up to +7 didn't help any went into management side with a +3 and a +7 didn't change any. Any Help on what to do next would be great or what is wrong? Thanks Brad

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Does anyone knows where i can buy the two hooks that the transfer roller gets clipped into?
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Check the transfer roller my guess is that clip that holds it in the psn brocken and u have no transfer.(gray roller when u open the left hand door)

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