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Ink cartridge stuck on left side in cradle and will not release

Left side of kyocera ink cartridge stuck in cradle and will not release at all.

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Take the cradle out of the printer, using a flat blade screwdriver prise up on the left corner of the toner cartridge and pull toner cartridge from the right hand side.

the problem is cause when the toner cartridge in install incorrectly, inserting at an angle to the leftside first and so the toner trap door does not rotate.

The correct way, is to place the cartidge on the cradle and press from the centre down on the toner body.

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