When Powering up, Says to "reseat Toner drum" Any Answers?
I powerd off, I reseated the toner cartidge, Made sure nothinig obstructing paper path, when I close the cover goest through warm up and intermittinantly will even get to the READY..then try and print and throws the error
" Reaseat toner cartidge"
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do you have extra toner dropping on to the paper path after you clean it? That is what is sounds like. You are either having waste toner fall onto the paper path from the drum blade or cleaning reservoir. Or your developer is dropping toner as it shower the drum. If you are not having imaging issues, besides the toner on back; you might want to check the separation or transfer coronas and their voltages (ie...make sure all your grounds are good and clean) or it might be a voltage biasing problem.
Because somehow you are getting toner into the paper path after the copy. UNLESS....you did not clean the paper path good enough and you are just getting leftover run-off until the documents can clear it all.
Pull the drum and toner cartridge out and spray inside of printer with canned air. Make sure you keep the can upright when spraying. Uncllip toner from drum and spray the area on the drum where the toner clips on. Move the corona cleaner from one side of the drum to the other a couple times, reseat toner in drum, put cartridge back in printer and print a few pages to remove toner that may have settled after spraying.
If the toner wipes off the printed pages, then the fuser is the problem....not hot enough or enough pressure to heat the toner to the paper. I would try to reseat the fuser...make sure it is making good electrical contact. I have also seen the paper actually wrap around the fuser roll, which would cause the same symptoms...be careful removing the paper if that has happened...the fuser roll can be easily damaged !
use a flash light check all paper path, specially the area around the toner. all you need is a small piece or other (dust). There is a micro switch that detect the paper travel. so if anything preventing the switch to open, you will get error message.
after that, open the toner door, reseat the toner and close the door. the pirnter should return to normal.
Be sure the toner cartridge and drum assembly are seated properly.
Also check that the paper path is clear and un-obstructed which may cause some electrical contacts from being made.
If in doubt remove the toner and drum assemblies and firmly reseat them.
"imaging unit" may refer to the optical assembly the printer uses to expose the drum, these units are typically fixed in place and cannot be removed, it may also refer to the drum assembly sometimes separate from the toner cartridge. Again, make sure the metal connections are clean and the toner/drum cartridges are firmly seated.