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Will not fax

I thought my machine needed toner.  So I just went out and bought some.  Cleared the drum and installed the new toner.  But it still is saying maintenance 7 and the lights are blinking for toner, fine and s fine. What should I do?

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  • saandra Feb 25, 2008

    didn't seem to work.  What does maintenance 7 mean anyway?



  • saandra Feb 26, 2008

    I'm wondering if the thing-a-mi-jig that connect to the toner needs to be replaced.  How often should it be replaced?  I don't know if it's ever been replaced.



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Run the cleaning routine on the menu, then try a test page print job..

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