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When you get the new cartridge there are instructions on how to replace the old toner cartridge .
you open the the machine in the top half slide out the old toner and put the new one in make sure to pull out the plastic tab on the new cartridge it is like a long plastic sheet release the toner into the unit
1. Grasp the button on the left front side of the machine to open the top half of the copier.
2. Look for the black plastic toner cartridge on the right side.
3. Grasp a small handle on the right of the cartridge and pull it out of the copier.
4. Unpackage the new toner, pull the flexible toner seal out of the handle of the new toner cartridge.
5. Slide the new toner in place of the old and close the cover.
Instructions should also be provided with the new cartridge.
The bottom part of the control panel (with all the numbers) can be pulled up, just like the top one where you see a glass surface. You just need to pull it up, up to a certain point. You will see at the right side of it that there is a blue plastic to hold it in place so that the top cover won't fall. If the printer is plugged in and turned on, you should have no problems seeing the ink cartridges inside.
Run a copy and shut the machine off when the copy is half way through. Open the machine up and remove the toner cartridge. Turn it over and slide open the flap that covers the drum. If you see toner streaks on the drum surface similar to what you see on the page you have a defective toner cartridge. Most likely the toner you bought is remanufactured as this machine is very old. Maybe you can return it for another.
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I assume you had the issue before you changed the toner, If so the problem is either the fuser or the Laser.
start a print job and after you hear the paper feed into the machine open the top cover to stop the machine. You want to stop the page before it gets to the fuser. May take a couple tries.
remove the toner cart.
the page should be under the cart with the image on it.
If the line is on the page the problem is image development(toner or laser).
If no lines the problem is likely the fusing assm.