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Check toner connect on canon 1120

Getting error message check toner connect

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SOURCE: imagerunner 2016, waste toner full error message

hey, wel if the copier is showing a message saying that the waste toner is full it means the waste toner deposit is attached to the drum unit.

so, open up the frotn cover, pull down the (drum)-lock lever, it should release the left cover, then pull towards you the drum unit, and there you go.
the black case with a small trasparent cap is the waste toner deposit.

you have two ways to go.

1 you may remove that rounded transparent plastic cap and be able to vaccum the waste toner (dont even try reusing that toner, it wont work ok) or

2 you can go the other way wich allows you to easily vaccum it: remove the drum (the roller itself) then the charger roller, then the cleaning blade and there yo go again, but now you got more space to vaccum and believe me it is easier this way.

an additional choice would be to buy a new drum unit gpr18 i think (check please) and forget all about vaccum-ing.

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Why is it indicating black toner is empty?


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This may be caused by the Toner ID switch, that contacts the ID PWB on the Toner Bottle. The Toner ID switch has 4 wire contacts, if one of the contacts become crossed over this error may occur.

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01B0 is a drum error related to your toner error message. If toner cartridge is good, remove the cartridge, clean the drum, replace the cartridge and both errors should clear. A dirty drum will also trigger your 1st error e020.

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Error Message E020, 0400 for canon CLC 1120 Color copier. please give your assitance


This error has to do with Toner concentration of the Black ( 04 ) part of the sub code. The "00" has to do with the reference level or signal value for black. Look to see if the Black toner sensor is soiled. You have to swing out the toner hopper assembly to access the sensor. You will see two thin gray cables coming down from under the control panel. Since you have access to both assemblies - toner and paper jam detect - carefully remove both and clean with canned air. Be careful since you are so near to the $800 drum. Replace both and test. If you still have problems and the drum is old, several years, and has over 40,000 copies on it, you may have to have the drum changed and I recommend a tech do it. Good Luck.

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