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What is a photoconductor kit or a photo developer unit?

A photoconductor kit or a photo developer unit is, although in some ways a bit different, it's ultimately the same for brands such as Lexmark as what's called a drum unit for other brands, the latter term is much more common.

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What is a waste toner box/bottle/cartridge?

A waste toner box collects waste powder, it's available in some laser printer models. Any powder that is left over from the print process is collected into the box. Once the waste toner box is full, the printer will stop working until you have it replaced.

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What is a belt unit?

Some colour laser-class printers use a rotating belt called a “transfer belt unit” to further colour registration accuracy. It is a rotating belt that is typically large which carries the mixture of different colours of toner particles. The cartridges will then precisely apply each toner layer to the belt which will then apply the combined layers uniformly onto the paper. You might need the belt unit to be replaced after some time of use. A belt unit is usually located under the toner and drum.

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What is a drum unit?

The drum unit is what holds the toner cartridge in some printer models such as Brother, it's about as long as a forearm. It transfers the toner to the paper. The laser printer puts the toner on the roller called the "photosensitive drum" inside the drum unit, and then prints letters and images by fixing toner to the paper by heat and pressure.

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