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Ricoh Aficio MP 2000 Toner Cartridges

Ricoh Aficio MP 2000 Toner Cartridges

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Black Toner Cartridges for the Ricoh Aficio MP 2000

Ricoh Type 1230D Toner Cartridge

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Was £21.52 Now £20.44 (£17.03 ex VAT)
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Q:

Hello,

Can you deliver to Nigeria?
If yes, whats the cost of delivery?

Regards,
Agbaje.

A:

No, I am sorry we do not ship to Nigeria.

Answered by Emma O' Malley (staff member) - February 08, 2016 08:12
Q:

what could be the problem because my toner is new but the machine is indicating that there is no tonner

A:

It could be that the printer can't read the chip on the toner correctly. Usually if you clean the chip with a pencil eraser that will normally do the trick.

Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - October 10, 2016 11:44