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HP Maintenance Kit for LaserJet 8100 & 8150
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HP Maintenance Kit for LaserJet 8100 & 8150

Model No.:C3914-69001

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HP Maintenance Kit for LaserJet 8100 & 8150

$369.00

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Kit recommended replacement at 350,000 pages at 5% coverage.

Regular use of HP Maintenance kits will protect your printer investment by maximizing your printer’s performance while minimizing down time.  The purchase of an HP LaserJet Maintenance kit provides considerable savings compared to purchasing each individual part separately. Maintenance kits typically include a fuser assembly, transfer roll and pickup roller or feed/separation rollers.  Contact our technical support team for free assistance with any installation or content questions.

Manufacturer OEM Kit Contains:

 

      Parts Description
      RG5-6532 Fuser Assembly
      RF9-1394 Transfer Roller
      RF5-1834 Feed/Separation Rollers

 

To bring you even greater savings, many of our HP Maintenance Kits can be purchased on exchange. This means that you are able to purchase a HP Maintenance Kit at an even greater discount and in exchange, you agree to send us your used fuser assembly. We provide you with an addressed return label and an RMA number with the purchase of your HP maintenance Kit. A prepaid shipping label can be provided upon request at an additional fee. After carefully packing your core return, place the pre addressed return label on the outside of the box. The RMA number also must be clearly visible on the outside of the box. Once the core return is received at our PA warehouse, we will credit the core to your account.

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  • Printer not working? The printer memory could be full and not getting prints or the prints may be stuck in the print queue. Turn-off the printer, wait a few seconds and turn it back on.

  • Position your laser printer on a sturdy and level surface, allowing enough space around the printer for air flow.

  • When power is applied, you should hear the print mechanism initialize and most printers have at least one light which will be illuminated when it is on.

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