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Serial Number of the Laser Toner Cartridge Chip

July 22, 2019 by freemexy  

Serial Number of the Laser Toner Cartridge Chip Laser chip serial number is similar to your Identity ID. It's a code according to which the printer identifies the status of the toner cartridge. While reading the information of the supplies, the printer usually reads the identity information (serial number) at first, then reads the numbers of the printing pages, and save the current information of the supplies. After a laser chip is used up, its information is saved in the machine. All the serial number of the toner cartridge from OEM manufacturer is different. But the serial number of all laser chips from the re-manufacturer is the same in the market at present.Toner Chips for Photo Copiers II. What influence does the serial number have on your laser toner cartridge? As we mentioned above, the serial number of all laser chips from the re-manufacturer in the market at present. If your printer uses up one chip, then you embed a new same one, the printer will still remember the information of the last one. You usually run into the following problems: 1. When you embed a new chip, the printer will point out little of toner and toner was use up. Then you use up the chip again and embed a second new chip again, the case is the same as the last time. 3.4.5... 2. When you embed a new chip then print the page of the status of supplies, the printer point out reminding XX% only. When you change second new chip, the case is the same as the last time. 3.4.5... 3. When you embed a new chip and print several or a couple of dozen pages the printer will point out little of toner and toner is already full. When you change a second new chip, the case is the same as the last time. 3.4.5... If the chip isn't use up by your printer or it only is tested in your printer, the problem is not obvious. But to the consumers of the chip, if a consumer uses up a chip of which serial number is the same as the new one, then the new chip which you test up to the standard is unqualified to this consumer. The printer will identify into the last old toner cartridge. (While reading the information of the supplies, the printer usually reads the identity information (serial number) at first, then will read the numbers of the printing pages, and save the current information of the supplies.)