Tip & How-To about Canon ImageRUNNER 1670F Copier

Drum needs to be replaced message,Remove waste toner,Waste toner full

Save money by removing your drum units waste toner yourself.By removing waste toner the drum life will be increased.Remove the waste toner every 3 to 5 thousand prints.

The main cause of drum failure in this model is caused by waste toner build up at the back of the drum,this cause the drum cleaning blade to put more pressure on the drum and.

Slide the platte-ned cover Assembly to the left open the left cover,remove the drum and developing Assembly like you do when you have to remove a paper jam.The drum and developer assy is attached by 2 blue clips,unlock the clips and separate the def and drum.On top of the drum unit the is a plastic plug that you can remove and trough out the toner in a dustbin with plastic bag coverd.Do not use this toner again in the machine.
Reinstall the plug and connect the drum and developer unit with the two clips.Reinstall the unit.

By removing the waste toner regally you will save on service cost as well.

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E000019-0000 is coming. hw to solve that problem.


Hello tannan,
E19 means the waste toner bottle is full. This bottle gets filled as not all of the image that you see on your copies/prints actually made it to the page and must be cleaned off so the next image is clean, The waste toner bottle on your machine can't be reached as it is built into the drum unit. The drum unit just about the EVERTHING of the image development of the machine.The drum unit must be replaced. It is easy and not real expensive. The part number is "0385B003BA". It's called a GPR-18 drum unit. You will have to either call Canon or look on the net. Now, you "could" remove the old drum unit and vacuum the old waste toner out as there is I believe a clear cap on the drum unit that can be removed for this purpose. I'd go for replacing the drum as usually when the waste toner bottle is full the drum is at its end of life. I hope this helps you my friend. Take care SPINAL

Feb 01, 2011 | Canon iR 2016i Black and White Copier

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Canon 6112 indicates toner full


It might be waste toner that is full.Remove the drum unit by releasing the leaver and pull the drum unit out.There is a plastic plug on the side of the drum.Remove the plug and remove all the waste toner from the drum.Do not use that toner again in the machine.Reinstall the drum unit and lock in place.

Dec 08, 2009 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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replace waste toner tank Does it mean that the toner is already used


Open your user manual.

Or get one - go to google or samsung.

The life of the waste toner container unit is approximately 1,250 pages for full color 5% image printing or 5,000 pages for black printing. When the life span of the waste toner container has expired, Replace/Install Waste Toner Tank appears on the display of the control panel,
indicating the waste toner container needs to be replaced. Otherwise your printer stops printing.

To replace the waste toner container:

1 Turn the machine off, then wait a few minutes for the machine to cool.

2 Open the front cover.

3 Pull the waste toner container out of the machine using its handle.

--- above from manual, following is my paraphrasing due to lack of pictures ---
4. remove the container cap from the back side and cap the opening

5. take the new waste container out of its package

6. install the new waste toner container.

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You may wish to TRY EMPTYING the waste toner, but you will find toner is the messiest and possibly dangerous (inhallation, etc) stuff you've worked with. it is an extremely find powder and can cause an awful mess and is best disposed of by capping and replacing the container with a new one (shop around to find them).

DO NOT attempt to vacuum up toner - just my personal opinion - I suspect many vacuums may not have fine enough "bags" to capture this intentionally very fine dust. BUT Toner vacuums do exist and some "may" work.

Jul 17, 2009 | Samsung CLX 3160fn All-In-One Printer

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Imagerunner 1310 drum change


To change the drum you have to slide the plattened cover to the left,like you do when removing a paper jam,open the top cover,you will see a handle that you pull to remove the defeloping and drum unit,remove the drum and def unit.
The drum is attached by two clips on top of def unit,unlock the drum from the def by releasing that clips,slide te drum protecktion plate to the rear and remove the drum.insert the new drum by reversing this steps.
If your image of your copies is not bad you can remove the waste toner in the drum unit before replacing it.On top of the drum there are two plugs open them and remove the waste toner,make sure you remove all of the waste toner.Then that message will go away.

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to change opc drum in konica minolta


To Change OPC DRUM UNIT in KONICA MINOLTA 2300 w

Switch Printer Off

Open Front Door Cover

Remove Waste Toner Box

Lift Transfer Belts Blue Knob until it's placed at 11 o'clock. (it's directly behind the waste toner box)

The OPC DRUM UNIT is directly under the BLUE KNOB

SQUEEZE HANDLE and PULL OUT the OPC UNIT

Be VERY CAREFUL NOT TO SCRATCH THE GREEN COLOURED ROLLER on the OPC DRUM UNIT.

Replace new OPC DRUM and turn BLUE KNOB of TRANSFER BELT back to 7 o'clock position

Replace Waste Toner Box, Close Front Cover and Switch On.

Status Display will show OPC Drum at 100%

(You can also replace the fuse in the OPC DRUM UNIT and save yourself HUNDREDS on a new one)
I posted this on another solve problem previously, worth looking at.

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