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    Default HP Toner refills

    Stripping down this toner looks simple enough, but wtf is this guy doing with it in that plastic box at the
    2min.55sec ?
    Also, any reason he is using a spacer at 9min.28secs?

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    Default Re: HP Toner refills

    personally I wouldn't bother refilling toner cartridges when toner is classified as being carcinogenic, how much are your lungs worth, let someone else do it and still save a lot of money buying remanufactured cartridges. You get a warranty and you don't get the health risk or the mess

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    Default Re: HP Toner refills

    Im am a printer tech by trade (20 years) toner is harmless these days unless its clothing, stains like crazy, as long as you dont eat it youll be fine.

    Thanks to jupiter8

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    Default Re: HP Toner refills

    @[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]have still yet to order some more toner refills. Any tips for an HP M227 printer ?

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    Default Re: HP Toner refills

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    Replaced the toners with bought ready to go ones. All working but printing a little dark tbh.
    As the printer is connected to multiple devices, it would be better to change the "Print Density" options within the printer.
    Now, im not sure if + means add more contrast (lighter) or, make picture more dense (darker)
    Any advice ?

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