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Toner problems we have changed the toners in the printer and it is still telling us to change them and it is also telling us to change the drum unfortunatley we dont know where the drum is and how to change it, when we do print the colour is all faded and washed out can you help us Dianne

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You have already changes the toner so you have fill the catarage .

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