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You can use EPM(easy printer Manager) or smart panel. These files can down loaded from the samsung site. install and run in the PC it will show the status of the printer.
The red light blinks and printing is possible means get ready to replace the toner cart. with a new one.
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If it is a Kyocera toner than that is the problem. The key to turn the toner is different for the Kyocera toner cart. It will fit and appear to work but won't. Also turn the unit off and unplug for 15 sec. will reset and perform boot up procedures might help.
The steady lower light indicates the unit needs a new toner cartridge, MLT-D108S. Did you previously see this light blinking or blinking rapidly? (Those indicate the toner being low.) Replace the cartridge and check for any other error lights. Turn off the machine and let it cool. Then open the front cover and pull the old toner cartridge. Open the package with the new cartridge, remove the packing tape and paper that protects the cartridge and gently shake it (avoid touching the blue or green parts of the OPC drum). Press the cartridge into the slot until it is fully seated. Close the front cover.
The green/red blinking power light is not one I'm seen before. The printer indicates a non-toner failure (open cover, no paper, LSU failure, etc.) with a steady red light.
Unfortunately, only way to see the error codes you have to get the printer to give you a green light so you can print out the configuration page. Far as the red light blinking, there could be a number of things it could be.
First, make sure the toner cart is installed correctly
- Check to make sure that there is paper in either the pull out for fold down tray.
- Check to make sure that there isn't a paper jam. Remove the toner cartridge and check to see if there is any paper stuck inside.
If you get the green light after checking those things, press both buttons down for about 2 seconds and release. On the configuration page there will be a set of numbers that indicate what the error codes are. If you can get me that information I can tell what they mean.
If you turn off the printer and turn it back on, do you get any noises, ie motor noises, or does it instantly go to all lights flashing? If you get no noises this usually indicates a board fault and you should look for a new printer.
Could be many things...depends on the exact nature of the problem. Where the machine states "Invalid Toner" either the machine itself or the toner cartridge may be the wrong "region". i.e. has been sold in the wrong country..the initial toners will work but as soon as you put new ones in they will give this message. If the machine is still displaying "out of toner" then either the toner cart itself is faulty (assuming they are original Xerox carts) or the Image Unit could be faulty (the bit they plug into). Failing that, it will be a faulty Main PCB. The Toners on these have a crum chip, so they cannot be just re-filled and some that may seem "compatable" will not work either.....
This works on several different Brother Printers to get rid of toner/drum empty errors:
1. Open the front cover and leave open while completing the following
steps. 2. Turn the printer off. 3. Hold the 'go' button while
turning the printer on. All panel lights should be on. 4. Release the
'go' button. 5. Press the 'go' button 2 times. 6. Pause. 7.
Press the 'go' button 5 times. 8. The toner light should be off. 9.
The paper light should be on or flashing [doesn't happen on all]. 10. Close cover. The ready
light should be the only light on.