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OKI C, MC, MB, ES, Executive Series printer, mfp, mfc, all in one, support, repairs, maintenance agreements, spare parts supplied nationwide

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OKI C, B SERIES SUPPORT
OKI B401 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI C510 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI C610 support, repairs, spare parts
 
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OKI MB260 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI MB441 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI ES SERIES SUPPORT
OKI ES2032 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI ES4131 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI ES4191 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI ES5430 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI ES6410 support, repairs, spare parts

OKI ES7120 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI ES8140 support, repairs, spare parts
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OKI ES8431 support, repairs, spare parts
OKI ES8441 support, repairs, spare parts
OKI ES8451 support, repairs, spare parts
OKI ES8460 support, repairs, spare parts
OKI ES8461 support, repairs, spare parts

OKI ES9130 support, repairs, spare parts
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UTIVE SERIES SUPPORT

Drill and fill toner cartridgesOKI Compatible Toner

Can I use compatible toners in my OKI printer? Yes & No

An original toner is an original (as long as its genuine) whether you buy it from OKI or Burt down the pub!

Oki toner cartridges have a small void area within the toner cartridge which is used for waste toner collection. Drill and fill toners tend to have a problem when the void area fills to capacity, this causes the drum unit ductwork to burst spilling waste toner onto the transfer belt. You will then have to fit a new drum and toner cartridge and have the machine cleaned.

Paper handling is key to ensure trouble-free printing. However, sometime paper jams occur.

You can improve paper feeding and avoid jams in your OKI printer, by following these simple steps:

Loading the Paper:
When loading paper; Fan the stack of paper before placing it in the tray. This will shake out any paper dust and reduce any static in the paper, two major causes of paper mis-feeds.

- Place the paper in the tray under the tabs
- Do not fill above the "PAPER FULL" mark
- Adjust the tray Guides for the correct paper size

Recommended Media:
Use paper specified for the printer
When printing on heavy/thick types of paper, it is best to use the manual feed tray at the front of the printer. This will provide a straighter paper path to prevent potential paper jams.

Cleaning:
Periodically wipe the rubber rollers inside the area that holds the paper tray with a soft cloth.
Paper dust and simple wear may cause these rubber rollers to slip and not feed the paper properly.

Two printer drivers are supplied with your printer: one for PCL emulation and the other for PostScript 3 emulation.

Choose the PCL driver if you print mainly from general "Office" applications.
Choose the PostScript driver if you print mainly from professional DTP and graphics applications or want faster PDF printing.

Further explanation on GDI, PCL and PostScript:

GDI: Graphics Device Interface
This was originally developed by Microsoft for use within Windows. Graphics and text objects are represented as a raster image by the Operating System and transmitted to output devices such as monitors and printers without the need to convert to another format such as Postscript or PCL. When GDI printing is used the majority of processing takes place within the Operating System.

PCL: Printer Command Language
This is a page description language originally developed by HP; it allows the printing device to share in the processing of some of the data thus freeing up the Operating System for other tasks. PCL allows for finer control and consistency across Operating Systems, printer devices and print jobs when compared to GDI printing, however it has fewer features than PostScript.

PS: PostScript
This is a page description language developed by Adobe Systems. PostScript can be used by a wide variety of computers and printers and is the dominant format used for desktop publishing. Documents in PostScript format are able to use the full resolution of any PostScript printer because it describes the page to be printed in terms of primitive shapes which are interpreted by the printerís own controller. PostScript is often used to share documents on the Internet because of its ability to work on many different platforms and printers. If the file to be printed contains an EPS-embedded file, only a PostScript printer can render it correctly.

Each format has its own unique purpose.
If you need assistance determining the proper format to use, please contact 01293 537827 for assistance

Colour Differences: There will always be a difference between the two devices due to the fact that they use different technologies to represent colours.

Neither a printer nor a monitor is capable of reproducing the full range of colours visible to the human eye. Each device is restricted to a certain range of colours. In addition to this, a printer cannot reproduce all of the colours displayed on a monitor and vice versa.

A monitor can display very vivid colour such as intense Reds and Blues which cannot be easily produced on a printer. Similarly, there are certain colours, Yellows for example, that can be printed but cannot be displayed accurately on a monitor. This disparity between monitors and printers is often the main reason that printed colours do not match the colours displayed on screen.

RGB v CMYK

It is almost impossible to replicate the exact colours you see on your monitor with those that you print as they use two entirely different colour models.

 
RGB (Red, Green and Blue) CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black)

Monitor Colours RGB (Red, Green and Blue)

Printer colours CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black)

                                        
BLACK Toner (K toner) is added into the CMYK process because, while in theory black can be created by combining Cyan, Magenta and Yellow, in reality the end result of this combination has a tinge to it that doesnít give the effect of a pure black.

Examples

Yellow: To create the colour Yellow, your monitor has to transmit the colours Red and Green together, however your printer can simply make this colour using the Yellow toner.

Red: Monitors are capable of transmitting one simple Red light to create this colour however the printer will have to combine the Magenta toner + Yellow toner.

White: Transmitting the colours Red + Green + Blue to your monitor will produce White, however your printer will not use any of the Cyan, Magenta, Yellow or Black toner as generally you print on paper that is already white.

Black: Your printer can create Black by combining Cyan, Magenta and Yellow together or can solely use the K Toner (Black toner). The monitor turns off all RGB values to produce Black as the RGB colour models use the concept of adding colours (additive) to create other colours.

Check the settings on the printer driver to ensure you are selecting the correct settings for the application being printed.
The document and media type have an effect on the colour printed.

You can also adjust the brightness, contrast and colour balance under the Image Settings tab.
 
If these do not achieve the desired results you can download the ICM profiles that are included in the driver (CD or from the website) for inclusion into the graphics package you may be using. 

 

 

 

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