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November 21, 2023
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As a trusted provider of printer toner cartridges, we at G&G understand the importance of achieving optimal page yield without compromising on print quality. Our G&G hp laser printer toner cartridges, specifically designed for use in HP LaserJet Pro M304/M404n/dn/dw and MFP M428dw/fdn/fdw printers, offer a reliable and cost-effective solution for your printing needs.


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Understanding Lower Page Yield

a. Within Acceptable Deviation: If you notice that the page yield of compatible cartridges is within 5% less than that of OEM cartridges, there is no cause for concern. Please keep in mind that page yield is influenced not only by the amount of hp laser printer toner filled but also by factors such as printer condition, environment, print content, coverage, and concentration settings.


b. Significant Drop in Page Yield: In cases where the page yield of compatible cartridges falls dramatically below that of OEM cartridges (more than 5%), there may be several reasons to consider:


1. Insufficient Toner Fill: While this occurrence is rare due to our stringent quality control measures, it is possible that the filled toner in the cartridge is not sufficient. At G&G, we conduct random inspections and weight checks for each batch of cartridges to ensure quality. If there is a significant difference in weight, we identify and address it before delivery.


2. High Coverage Printing: Higher coverage printing, which includes graphics, grayscale images, and large amounts of text, can consume more toner per page. It's worth noting that OEMs and aftermarket producers use ISO19752 and ISO24712 standards to test page yield, with a coverage set at 5%. Since most users tend to print content with higher coverage, it's natural for the page yield to appear insufficient.

Identify the reasons for the low page yield
1. Check Printer Settings: Ensure that your printer settings are optimized for page yield. Adjusting settings such as print quality, toner density, or reducing the amount of toner used for each page can help improve the overall page yield.

2. Monitor Print Usage: Keep track of your print usage to identify patterns that could be contributing to lower page yield. Are you printing more high coverage content than average? Are there specific documents or print jobs that consistently result in low page yield? By analyzing your print usage, you can make informed decisions about adjusting your printing habits.

3. Contact G&G Support: If you have followed the steps above and continue to experience lower page yield, do not hesitate to reach out to our customer support team. We are here to assist you and provide further guidance to ensure that you receive the optimal page yield from your G&G toner cartridges.

Conclusion
G&G hp laser printer toner cartridges are a reliable and cost-effective choice for your HP Laser printers, offering impeccable quality and performance. If you experience lower page yield with our cartridges, please consider factors such as acceptable deviation and high coverage printing. At G&G, we strive to ensure that our products meet your expectations and deliver exceptional value for your printing needs. Thank you for choosing G&G as your trusted partner in printing. We extend our warmest wishes for a joyful Thanksgiving Day!

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