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Xerox wkctr 35 toner fault 9-567

Replaced complete developer assembly and did not solve problem.

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  • joe9635 Feb 27, 2009

    code# is mistaken the code is 09-597.00 Toner control sensor failure. Thank you for responding.

  • joe9635 Mar 02, 2009

    Now we get 9-361 after changing whole developer housing.

  • Everett Lin May 11, 2010

    Hello sir; Just want to make sure the error code you given us is correct, 9-567 we don't have,either 9-597 or 9-560,

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Hi sir; Just need to replace toner sensor should be take care your problem, if you solved the problem ,don't forget to give me a rating, thank you !

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