Question about Canon imageCLASS MF6530 Monochrome Laser Copier/Printer
I have tried what the Manual says to do Move toner back and forth many times then install back into printer. Next I have tried New Toner Cartridge. Have tried and the Error light still blinks and the LCD Screen Say's Toner Low Prepare New Toner. Printer will print ,scan, and copy. I am just tring to clear the error message so employees dont chang out a new toner evertime. I have tried going through all of the sub menus to find some way to clear. I am having no luck.
Thanks for you help
There are two contact on the right wall off the printer cartridge chamber area. They can get pushed in causing the printer cartridge to not read correctly. Take a small Flathead screwdriver and bend them up so the cartridge ink level can be read.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
There's contacts on the toner cartrdige make sure the contacts on the cartridge are cleaned, then t what I would do is look where those contacts ling up make sure the springs that touch the toner contacts are making good contact, If not call a tech so he can adjust those springs to make better contact.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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