Photoconductor unit: Lexmark Optra SC1275

  m800afc 13:21 06 Jul 07
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I have a Lexmark Optra SC1275 colour laser printer. It is telling me to replace the photoconductor unit.
I will get a new unit, but is it safe to continue using the printer for a few days until the new one arrives?

  Diemmess 13:36 06 Jul 07

Yes.
This is a little like a "sell by" date.
Quality may fall off but apart from messy prints nothing savage will happen.

  €dstowe 13:40 06 Jul 07

I would continue using it as long as you can.

If it' only a message you're getting rather than a real change in performance then, as Diemmess says, it's Lexmark marketing department doing their work and trying to get you to spend money.

  m800afc 16:47 06 Jul 07

Thanks very much for the advice. It is greatly appreciated

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