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Fatal error 141 magenta drum on oki c9200

I took out the drum and ink cartiridge apart - and the most of the ink fell on the floor...(powder that is )

i have read that i should try and replace the drum - unit with another color(eg. cyan. to see if the error moves to 140 or 142.. to see if magenta drum is busted )

any suggesstions if i should do this ? or something else first

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141 Drum Up/Down, Color: Magenta An error has been detected in your printer's Magenta Drum. Did you already get this fixed?

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About the croaking noise:
The drum unit, underneat the toner cartridge, at the left side (seeing the machine from the front) has a kind of a pump device, made with an internal small belt (you can't disassembly it), its function is to move the old used toner, that exit the cartridge from the left hole, into the springed plunger, the toner moves into that chamber and is pumped back into the cartridge. In time that chamber receives so much old toner that the small transporter belt inside can't move anymore, it makes a very high load to the pulleys and they jump tooth, so the noise. You may want to disassembly the drum unit, (as reference the yellow p/n is 42126601), and get isolated just that chamber, there is only one small plastic geat that moves the pump inside. The gear must rotate somehow free, if not, try to such old toner using a vacuum cleaner, but you will need to keep rotating the gear by hand to pull out all the bad toner. It may exit from the bottom hole or from the spring loaded plunger on top (when pulling the spring). If you are lucky you may have it working back again, if not, prepare your dollars bills to replace the unit. The croaking you are listening may be cause by this or it may be a wrong drum unit you installed into the machine. Check the gears between the old and new units. Good luck. Wagner.

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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Did you remove the plastic tape from the new cartridge?

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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unplug the unit then clean the printer and all drum units and etc with compressed air. Replace the drums and replug should solve the problem.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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SOURCE: REPLACED OKI C33OO'S CYAN TONER CARTRIDGE AND

Are you using a third party toner cartridge or a refilled cartridge?

If you are, DON'T!

Don

Posted on Jan 29, 2010

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