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When the toner cartridge is exhausted or empty then theprinter will not be able to print further documents or the prints will be veryfaint.
You may be able to print a few more pages by removing thetoner cartridge and shaking the toner cartridge in a horizontal position a fewtimes and then placing it back into the printer.
This will give you an opportunity to print a few more pages and giveyou time to purchase a new toner cartridge for your printer. A cheaperalternative is to purchase a re-manufactured toner cartridge for your modelprinter.
A re-manufactured printer cartridge also replaces worn partsas well as refilling with toner powder.
J1 code on the XD100 series means that your toner cartridge is empty. You will need to order in a new one or have your existing cartridge refilled. Refills run about $60.00 and new ones are in the $100 to $125 range.
Precisionroller.com has a very good remanufactured unit for $46.00 http://www.precisionroller.com/search.php?q=xd100+toner
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That machine does not have a waste toner container like the xerox phaser 7400. What it does is all the waste toner is cleaned at the IBT belt. If you remove your IBT belt part number 016-2000-00 you will see there is a plastic container at the end and that is where the wast toner is.
The 6280 uses a specially designed toner called Emulsion Aggregation toner. This is a special type of toner made by Xerox. Sice it is so new and patents exist, I doubt that anyone can legally make the toner, even if they posessed the equipment and the expertis. Refilling with non-EA toner is asking for big trouble.
You have to pop the top cover off the cartridge and empty the new ink into it.
I doubt though that the metering blade that dispences the ink onto the roller will last another toner cartridge cycle. But good luck.