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Replaced toner alarm light is still on saying replace toner

Is there a sencor that needs to be changed

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The toner has a fuse in it. When you replace the toner the fuse blows and resets the toner counter/light. Sometimes it blows and fails to reset. If you can solider you can replace the fuse and try again. Otherwise you will have to exchange the toner cartridge for a new one.

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Yes your fax cartridge is must be change

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