Re: Black toner replacement will not go into machine
If you cannot install the toner on the a cover
try this solution
close cover a
turn off the printer
open cover b remove the pcu rotate the carousel when the specific toner that you want to replace facing the cover f remove the old toner and replace it with he new one. you will know that the toner is properly placed if the carousel is rotating freely
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You will need to do an ink reset because from what you have explained the machine has only recognised one of the coloured inks and the black.
1. Switch on the machine and set it up for removal of all the ink cartridges . Then fully remove each of them (including the black) and then replace them back in the correct slots. Make sure they are fully home when you fit them. The machine now thinks you have removed used cartridges and replaced them with new ones.
2. Then close the printer and follow the instructions on the display window on the printer to indicate to the machine that you have replaced each ink tank with a new one.. It will ask in order if you have replaced each of the ink tanks from black onwards and the answer has to be yes. Make sure you hit the correct buttons when responding because if you do not the printer will not recognise the presence of that particular ink cartridge (and will not use it) which I believe is part of the problem you have now.. Check your user manual to make sure you are pressing the all the correct keys for your model machine.
The code refers to the black toner supply fault. This is usually caused by the toner compacting in the toner cartridge. There have been a couple of instances where the plastic strip remains when the cartridge is replaced. If this isn't the case then the solution is to remove the black toner cartridge & gently but firmly tapping the toner cartridge to break up the compacted toner. Re-installing the cartridge & turning the machine off & then on should reset the error code. If the code remains it may also indicate a faulty toner cartridge & this can be proven by replacing the black toner cartridge with another one. If, after replacing the toner cartridge with a replacement, the code re-occurs then this could indicate damaged toner supply gears which would require a technician to verify, but the most common cause tends to be the toner cartridge is at fault.
Hope this helps.
I am unable to locate a manual for your model but F2-64 on most sharp machines refers to a black toner supply problem. If you have recently replaced the black toner there is a chance the toner within the cartridge could have compacted & blocked up. If you have a replacement toner cartridge try replacing it, first having completely powered off the machine, replace the cartridge then power the machine back on. If you haven't got a replacement, remove the toner cartridge & gently tap & shake the cartridge before replacing. Again completely power off the machine to reset the error code.
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You have a bad K (Black) toner cartridge or the sensor is dirty,the sensors are located on the toner cartridge and in the machine where the toner cartridge seats. Try cleaning the sensors and/or replace the K (black) toner cartridge. The sensors are a silver color.
C0F36 error means abnormally low toner density detected Black ATDC Sensor. Check for the black toner and try reinstalling the cartridge if replaced already. And if the toner crtridges are empty then replace the cartridge.
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if it has a 4 toners which color are separated (the cyan, magenta, yellow and black) then you can replace a low toner one at a time. for example if the black color prompt you that it needs a replacement then you can put off the black toner without changing the other color not until such time it prompt you that it needs replacement.
For replacing it I believe it has an instructional manual or if it's still under warranty you can ask assistance from your dealer to help you how.
I had the same problem and found that one of the toner cartridges must have not been seated properly. I removed the black toner cartridge and re-fitted it. The printer now works fine again with no errors. 17H is a code relating to a fault in the rotation ......... possibly one or more toner cartridges need checking. Use the menu on the printer to turn it to the appropriate position (i.e. engine menu then select replacement of whichever toner you are checking).
Hope this fixes your as well.