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Toner light flashing althougth I have changed the toner and was shaking it before I inserted it..

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Toner should be carefully inserted into the Place where it resides.

Improper installation makes this light flashing.

Stpes to be done :

01. Remove the toner gently from the toner drive.

02. Shut down PC and the Dell Printer.

03. Re boot the machine and the Dell Printer.

04. Ensure Power and network cable is installed properly.

05. Use only genuine and Dell Authorized toners in the Printer. Clean the place with nice white cloth with cleaning liquid.

06. Now you can take a test print out.

07. Still the problem persists, please call Printer Service engineer to solve the issue.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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