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Frequently Asked Toner Cartridge Questions
A: OEM, or Original Equipment Manufacturer, are products or components made by the original manufacturer of the printer.
A: An OEM Toner Cartridge is a Brand New Toner Cartridge that is made by the original manufacturer of the printer, such as HP (Hewlett Packard) or Lexmark, and is branded with their logo.
A: A Compatible Toner Cartridge is manufactured by a third party company to be fully compatible with OEM standards.
A: Compatible and Remanufactured laser printer toner cartridges are remanufactured from either new or recycled cartridge components to match the OEM specifications. Over the years manufacturing companies have reproduced quality components to enhance the Quality and reliability of Compatible or remanufactured toners. Remanufactured toners cartridges are first disassembled and thoroughly cleaned, after which any worn parts are replaced with a new compatible component to ensure the quality meets or exceeds the performance of a new OEM.
A: Yes. The quality of a compatible, or remanufactured, Toner Cartridge is manufactured to meet or exceed OEM standards.
A: No, it won’t. The Federal Trade Commission prohibits any manufacturer from requiring a consumer to purchase supplies exclusively from the manufacturer. In addition, the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Act states that manufacturers are not allowed to limit a warranty, requiring the consumer to use only the manufacturer's supplies.
A: As long as the compatible Toner Cartridge has been properly manufactured it won’t damage the printer. HP Laser Printer Toner uses only remanufacturers that adhere to the highest quality standards.
A: Banks use Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) to read checks with their scanning machines, which require the checks to be printed with a Magnetic Toner. MICR Toner Cartridges are cartridges filled with this special magnetic ink.
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