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In order for your printer to read the cartridge as full the chip on the toner will need to be replaced/reset. Sadly these cartridges are unable to physically check toner levels and rely upon counting pages/page coverage to estimate.
When replacing the toner cartridge, you MUST install
a brand new, unused genuine Brother toner cartridge in order to reset
the toner status. Swapping toner cartridges from one machine to another
or installing a partially used toner cartridge may cause this problem.
Brother machines control their image quality for the most suitable print
quality by monitoring toner consumption. If you install a partially
used toner cartridge, your Brother machine is unable to recognize toner
consumption correctly which will cause this problem. Therefore, when you
replace the toner cartridge, please use a brand new toner cartridge,
not a partially used toner cartridge from another machine.
Hi, Toner Low message appears on the printer display screen when the toner cartridge is exhausted and there is no more toner powder left in the cartridge. At this point, you need to replace the toner cartridge in order to print. It is recommended that you buy an original toner cartridge to replace it because original cartridge will give you better results
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The flashing toner light indicates that the photoconductor kit needs to be replaced. Use this Lexmark Part# : 12A8302 to order. After replacing the drum cartridge counter will have to be reset, Use the following steps. 1. Open the front door (press button on left side). 2. Press and hold the cancel button (x button) until all the lights flash in order. 3. Then close the front cover. This will reset the drum counter to enable continued printing.
It sounds like the toner is low in the developer assembly, or problem with toner feed. Canon np3825 uses mono-component toner, if no toner on one area of developement roller, then is blank image there.
Did you replace the waste (used) toner cartridge or the empty toner cartridge? These copiers have 2 "cartridges" .... one is waste (used) toner, the other is "new" toner for copying / printing etc. Some newer copiers have All in One units....Drum, New Toner, Waste (used) Toner. If you replaced the Waste Toner container (or dumped it) that should reset the code or error message.
To check the toner level, there is a little clear window on each cartridge you can use for this purpose. Hold the cartridge vertically. If you see toner in the window, it is more than half full (or less than half empty, ha!). If not, slowly tilt the cartridge toward the side with the window. Essentially, how far you tilt it before you see toner determines how far below half full it is. If you pass a 45 degree angle before the toner appears in the window, it is nearing empty and must be replaced or refilled (yes, refilling is an option).
If you do have to replace or refill, don't forget to empty the waste toner bottle (responsibly, of course). By the time you run low on toner in one of your cartridges, the waste toner bottle will likely be nearing capacity.
When the Toner Life End LED flips on, requires you to replace the cartridge,
even when there's still toner left in the cartridge. The machine
detects end of life by shining a light through from one side to the
other. To circumvent the detection mechanism, remove the cartridge and put
a piece of masking tape over or jam a little bit of paper into the clear opening/circle on the right side
of the toner cartridge, and then pop the cartridge back in. Eventually,
you'll start seeing streaks, and then you'll know that the cartridge is
I had the same problem and found that one of the toner cartridges must have not been seated properly. I removed the black toner cartridge and re-fitted it. The printer now works fine again with no errors. 17H is a code relating to a fault in the rotation ......... possibly one or more toner cartridges need checking. Use the menu on the printer to turn it to the appropriate position (i.e. engine menu then select replacement of whichever toner you are checking).
Hope this fixes your as well.