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To remove the developer/toner cartridge, there is a green lever inside the front door/cover. Pull it down like you are going to refill the toner, pull it out, and there is a release lever on the right side bottom, between the cartridge and the copier. This will release the cartridge and allow you to slide the whole mechanism out.
There are 4 screws that hold the toner box onto the developer. (NOT THE TOP MOST COVER SCREWS) 2 on the left side (with the toner hopper on your right), and 1 screw on the right top, and 1 screw on the right side by the handle you use to pull the cartridge out of the machine. Make sure you also disconnect the electrical connector that attaches to the hopper motor.
Be careful not to spill the toner or developer as you are seperating the two.
The developer unit is the bottom unit.
Dump out old developer (make sure you get all of it by turning the gear on the back side). If you don't have a toner/developer vacuum, then just get as much out as you can. A normal vacuum motor will eat itself in a very short time trying to vacuum up toner or developer, because the particles are too small for a regular filter.
When you get all the developer out, then carefully open the new developer packet, and evenly pour it in. Put it back together the same way you took it apart.
It's not developer light. It is drum unit light and maintenance. You have to replace the Drum, Blade and Developer. After changing them you have to reset the maintenance, drum,developer counter. This procedure must be made by a copier tech.
But if you still want only the developer the code is AR-202D
You will need to get some developer. Usually you can get it from who you get your toner from.
Remover all developer out of the cartridge using a vacuum. Carefully remove all developer off of the mag roller as well.
Install developer evenly into the cartridge.
You will need to run a service code to initialize the developer and reset the counter. If this isn't done properly, the developer will get contaminated and have to be removed again.
You should obtain a service manual for step by step instructions on how to replace the developer for your particular copier.
H3-XX codes involve the fusing unit temperature being too low or too high.
Try resetting the error.
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Turn power off then on if it doesn't do it automatically.
If error doesn't reset then you have other trouble
I hope you ran the developer setup and reset all of the parts counters for the items you replaced. Not setting the developer reference can cause a host of problems.
Sim 25-02 adjusts developer. Sim 42 clears DV counter