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Printer saying OIl Roll is empty but have just replaced Oil Roll

Hi need to know why our printer is telling me to replace the oil roll as we have already done it.

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  • Anonymous Jun 07, 2008

    On mine same thing, so lifted cover A, and there are 3 contacts under a cover in the lid, 1 was bent, straightened it and hey presto...

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I had the same problem. Shorting the three terminals really worked.

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    Thanks!

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