Printers require regular upkeep and the occasional part replacement to run smoothly. Over time, some internal parts of your printer will deteriorate due to typical wear and tear. The transfer unit is the part of the laser printing process that is responsible for transferring the image on the page before it goes through the fusing unit. Transfer units do eventually wear out and need to be replaced after an extended period of use. Consult your printer’s user guide for replacement recommendations on your machine.
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