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Replaced K image drum,K toner had 68% left,now says replace K toner.

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  • jminnick Mar 16, 2009

    I have an OKI C5500n and the Drum Life warning keep coming up. I know the drums are new so how can i reset them?

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There is probably toner spill near the sensor. Take out the K toner unit,careful it is 2 parts, toner resevoir and drum, Then clean the toner spill. The K sensor is located on the right inside wall acrooss from the k Drum. Try to clean the sensor with a cottom swab and alcohol. Hopefully this will clear it. If it does not, you need to have it serviced,Tthe sensor board is held in with 14 springs and it is a bear to deal with.

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