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Officemax OfficeMax Black Toner Cartridge Compatible with HP 128A (CE320A)

For use in: HP Color LaserJet Pro CM1415, CP1525NW
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Customer Reviews for OfficeMax Black Toner Cartridge Compatible with HP 128A (CE320A)
Review 1 for OfficeMax Black Toner Cartridge Compatible with HP 128A (CE320A)
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nboeker
Location:City, State
Uses:Work
Age:35-44
Date:August 6, 2013
WARNING - Remanufactured cartridge
Cons: Does Not Meet Expectations
The online description does not describe these cartirdges as remanufacutred (as of August 2013). The packaging does... but by then it's too late.
These cartridges smudge, leave ghost images, and do not give adequate coverage in denser areas.
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MAXIRACKSEED
Location:City, State
Uses:My own company
Age:35-44
Date:June 24, 2013
Not the same quality as HP
Cons: Does Not Meet Expectations
Alright, so we succumbed to the temptation of buying the Office Max brand because the price was so much less than HP. Well, it looks the same, but the quality of the toner is not the same. I do a lot of printing on cardstock and various label papers. I noticed right away that I had to change the print settings to a heavier paper than I was actually using to get the toner to "stick" and not rub off with my finger. This still has not completely solved the problem, but it is better. I would have returned the cartridge, but we live an hour away from the store and I had a lot to print, so I've had to keep it. So, if you're just printing on regular weight paper, it might work okay for you. But if you're looking to print on anything heavier, you will have to choose a heavier weight of paper in your print settings to make it stick (hopefully) . . . might not be worth it.
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