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Re: Ricoh CL7100 - Toner Cartridge Error
Not one answer for this problem. It could be the tube going from toner cart to developer unit is clogged or kinked. It could be the dev unit. Get a toner vac and remove toner and black cap and spring and using the round hose end create seal and vac the tube. The part that goes into the toner cart has hole on the very end, it might have broke off (look at another color to verify). The worst case is the toner attraction pump has failed. One fix is shake the toner and reinstall.
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magenta toner cartridge EEPROM access error, cleaned the connection between the toner cartridge and the machine once cleaned if the issue persists remove the toner cartridge and put back in again if again the error persists replace the toner cartridge with a new one and last resort if the issue is still not fixed then replace the mechanical control board.
The error is caused by the small micro chip on the magenta toner cartridge. You may be able to purchase a chip from a toner cartridge remanufacturer but I would return the cartridge to where you bought it and tell them it is faulty and have it replaced.
Otherwise purchase another toner cartridge.
Hi, the chip on those toner bottles stores information about how much toner is left, so once that chip registers an empty toner bottle, it won't work even if you attach it to a new toner bottle. You'll need the chip from a new toner bottle, or one that hasn't registered no toner.
This is usually caused by a third party toner and not an hp toner cartridge. My suggestion would be to see if you can get an oem hp toner cartridge (magenta) and see if the error goes away. If the error goes away then you know its the toner cartridge. This happens because all the manufactures put a chip into the cartridge that make it so you have to kinda use there toner. When third partys manufacture cartridges sometimes there chip they use is not compatible with your printer. Another way to test this would be to put your old one back in. You will still get toner empty but at least the 10.10.02 should go away.
I hope this helps please let me know how it works out. thanks
When you take the toner cartridge off the imaging unit, is there magenta toner in the open slot of the IU? Assuming that there is nothing wrong with the toner cartridge, you are possibly looking at a bad engine control board.
Fatal Error 161-Toner Sensor Error, Color:Magenta When magenta toner sensor error has occurred
Fatal Error 163-Toner Sensor Error, Color:Black When magenta toner sensor error has occurred
Both are Sensor errors....You would first check the lock levers that hold the toner cartridges in, if everything is fine with them then you could possible have toner dust on the sensors. First take out the cartridge that you are having problems with, then use a dust off can and carefully clean out any axcess toner that you can see where the toner sits. there is a sensor that looks like a clear plastic or glass eye that reads the cartridges and it sometimes gets dirty.