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Waste Motor Error message on Samsung CLP-500

Waste motor error appeared and now printer won't run. What can I do?

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This error is caused by the Waste Toner Motor 'stalling' - usually as a result of the Waste Toner Full message being ignored for too long, and the waste system becomming overful.

Usually best to replace the Waste Toner Motor assembly.

They are for sale on auction websites from time to time.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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