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    Colour laser prints too dark!

    We have a Kyocera FS-C5020N (colour laser) printer. Within the last few days there has been a problem with prints being too dark. I've checked print settings and they seem to be okay, anyone any suggestions of a way to fix this?

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    Re: Colour laser prints too dark!

    Strange but perhaps its something to do with the toner cart[s] maybe...

    Failing that - or if u dont want tp chuck them lol - you could always adjust the density in the printer settings. I'd imagine there would be a setting for this somewhere on the printer.

    Good luck.
    Nath



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