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Firstable,because toner leaking all around the machine,after clean up then have message" set transfer belt unit or wast toner bottle" is there something I can do?

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    This problem already solved, the problem is senser actuator broke.

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A bit vague there Bernu, this may be a novice to the copier world. The waste toner bottle is situated inside the front cover at the bottom left hand side of the machine. Simply slide it out, empty into a refuse sack, and re-install. This should hopefully solve your problem.

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