Xerox Phaser 7100 Toner Cartridges and Parts

4 Pack - Xerox Phaser 7100 Toner, Xerox Phaser 7100DN Toner, Xerox Phaser 7100N Toner.
Xerox Phaser 7100 Toner Set (5 Color Pack) Compatible
Replaces Xerox 106R02605 106R02599 106R02600 106R02601

$145.95

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High Yield Xerox 7100 Toner Cartridge Twin Pack (2-Black) Compatible
Replaces Xerox 106R02605

$49.95

Buy 3+: $47.45
Xerox Phaser 7100 Toner Cartridge (Cyan) Compatible
Replaces Xerox 106R02599

$35.95

Buy 3+: $34.15
Xerox Phaser 7100 Toner Cartridge (Magenta) Compatible
Replaces Xerox 106R02600

$35.95

Buy 3+: $34.15
Xerox Phaser 7100 Toner Cartridge (Yellow) Compatible
Replaces Xerox 106R02601

$35.95

Buy 3+: $34.15

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Question :

Printouts faded
The printouts are faded, is there a problem with the cartridges ?

Answer :

There are several reasons for it to be happening . Here are some steps you can follow to resolve the issue 1. Verify that the toner cartridges meet specifications, and replace them if necessary. 2. Replace the paper with a recommended size and type, and confirm that your control panel and print driver settings are correct. 3. Adjust the paper type settings. 4. Adjust the bias voltage offset for the affected paper type. 5. Adjust the altitude setting of the printer. 6. If moist, remove the paper from the tray, and replace it with new dry paper. 7. Condensation inside the printer causes partial blanks or creased paper. - Turn on the printer and leave it on for at least one hour to get rid of the condensation. - Enable Dew Prevention. From the control panel, select Menu > Admin Menu > System Settings > Dew Prevention > Enabled, then press OK.

Question :

Smears, smudges, and streaks dark marks
Some smears, smudges, and streaks dark marks appear on my outputs, what can I do ?

Answer :

Run several blank pages through the printer to remove toner accumulated on the fuser. If the problem persists, print a Calibration Chart to determine which component is causing the image-quality problem. To print the Calibration Chart, on the control panel, select Menu > Admin Menu > Image Quality > Adjust Gradation > Photo > Calibration Chart. Then follow the onscreen instructions. - If the defect occurs in one color only, replace the corresponding imaging unit. - If the defect occurs in all colors and is visible on the test page, replace the fuser.