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The term "Recycled" is a generic term that does not necessarily refer to the process or technology used to manufacture a product. It obviously indicates that the cartridge is not a new original cartridge but it has been produced reusing some parts and material from previously used products. In other words, any cartridge that has been produced using parts and material recovered from previously used products can earn the name of "Recycled", regardless of the process or technology used.Remanufactured cartridges are the types of cartridges we sell at Laser Connection. A remanufactured cartridge is a cartridge that has been: Completely disassembled Remanfactured Cartridges All components inspected, separated and cleaned New drum installed New wiper blade installed New magnetic roller installed Toner container filled with new toner to original specifications Toner container sealed with pull-out strip to prevent leakage Cartridge reassembled and tested on proper equipment These cartridges are in effect rebuilt from the ground up to give you, our customer, the same quality and reliability you are accustomed to for your valuable equipment. No skimping or half-dones.
Remanufacturing is, at least, refilling a cartridge with toner. The term implies that the cartridge is also refurbished, with worn or damaged parts replaced. The remanufacturing process, and the quality of the toner, differs between remanufacturers. A poorly remanufactured (or newly manufactured) cartridge may leak, malfunction, or damage the printer. Printer manufacturers use a toner designed to be suitable for their printers; remanufactured and third-party cartridges may use a generic toner which is less well matched. While toner cartridges are commonly refilled with results reported to be good, in at least some cases this may leave waste toner from each print and paper debris in the cartridge, potentially causing backgrounding problems and producing contamination in the refilled cartridge.