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Color too light

I just changed a new toner but the printouts are very light, why?

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  • BECKY O Jan 11, 2008

    I also have the problem of my printer being to light. I have changed the toner and it is a name brand toner. I have cleaned the scanner and the printer and it is still printing real light. It was printing fine until the toner ran out.

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Non genuine toner usually is cause, but there area few others but in the majority(90%) of cases people reporting this problem have be found to be using aftermarket toners.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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How to Change a Toner Cartridge You may need to change a toner cartridge when:
  • Your printer tells you toner is out (low toner usually means you can print a few hundred more pages without a problem)
  • The pages coming out of the printer look faded or washed out
  • The pages have a repeating defect of some kind
Users are able to and expected to be able to change toner in black and white printers. (Color printers are more difficult so if you are unsure of how to change color toner call the helpdesk and we will assist you.)
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    This will be written on the printer somewhere, there are 2 names that you will likely find on the printer, one is our name for the printer (i.e. ucrit01) the other is the model name (i.e. HP LaserJet 5m). You will need the model name.
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  3. Give them your cost center number and they will let you have the replacement toner cartridge that you need.
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  5. Power the printer off.
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  9. Place the new cartridge into the printer the same way the old unit came out (there may be arrows or other cues to help you align the cartridge correctly.)

    It should slide in with minimal force. If it does not slide in easily, make sure you have the cartridge aligned correctly and that you are using the correct cartridge (i.e. 4000 series cartridge is not compatible with the 4100 series printer, you must use 4100 series cartridge).
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  12. Print a few test pages
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      You are just about done, package the old toner cartridge in the box the new toner came in and give it to the mailroom. We get a credit for the old cartridges. Now you are finished.
    • If there is a problem with the test pages:
      Our cartridges are refurbished and sometimes the cartridges can be defective. If you see streaks, repeated defects, faded out pages or other defects that did not exist before you changed, toner it may be because of a problem with the toner cartridge.

      Try getting another new cartridge, installing that cartridge, and printing some test pages. If the printouts are clean, then the first cartridge is a defect, return it to the mailroom for credit.

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