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How to change the toner cartridge
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The original problem was the lighter print out. Both from the fax and the scanner. I am a professional in service, only I have no certification or support from Canon.
I do want to thank you for your response, but in the interan, I have managed to resolve the issue but taking the machine apart and removing the laser unit. Taking it apart and cleaning both the lenses in it . The machine is now running about 85% better. But I never did find a way to get into the printing menu to change the settings. Thanks again. Pat
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
I work for a company that does this and can tell you it is possible. Some companies do the drill and refill and some like mine actually take the cartridge apart and replace the drum and wiper blade.
You can buy the kits to refill your own. Usually, it just involves drilling a hole and pouring in the toner. This is the first I have heard of the melt and pour. Just be aware that eventually the parts inside will wear out and start to show image defects. You don't recommend reusing them more than twice.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
Since you have changed the tone cartridges ...and it still does the same....
the next step is to check the transfer belt..transfer roller(this when hit by laser light stores the image and runs on the powder ink..the parts that have been created by the laser on the transfer belt is where the powder sticks)......remover the transfer belt roller and check to verify that its not worn out..its in the form of plastic paper more like Teflon.....view to see that it doesn't have severe markings...if its marked you will need to change the transfer belt to
If this doesn't fix the problem than you will need to change the laser scanner unit....
so basically its your cartridge...that provides color powder dust for image....
transferbelt...that transfers the image to the paper with the image being created by the laser scanner and the cartridge providing color
the last process is fussing ...heat is used to make stick the powder to the paper..and is done by the fusser unit...
as for your case the image is not either created by the scanner itself in the right manner..or the image is not properly created coz the transfer belt is worn out....
I suggest you replace the transfer belt next.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
Open the front of the printer then hold down the cancel button. When the lights flash close the front and it should Reset.
Posted on May 14, 2009
if you want to replace your toner,
First you just need to open your front cover and pull out the toner and drum.
after that, push down the blue buttom on drum and pull out the toner. Then replace the new toner into the drum.
finally, just push back the drum and toner back into the printer.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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