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Assuming you have tried to replace an empty toner with a new or refilled toner cartridge. Some of these machine simply fail to recognise the reset activation lever on the side of the cartridge. You could try removing the end cap at the geared end. You will find a half moon shaped gear which needs to be lifted out slightly and rotated a quarter turn clockwise. replace any other gears and refit the cover. This resets the toner cartridge to "new" state. If you printer doesn't recognise this, you will need to get a manual reset keycode from brother. Please note - some folk reset used cartridges this way and re-use them. Used toner will contaminate the drum and give poor print. Any residual contaminated toner on the drum can contaminate a new cartridge and so-on. Refilled cartridges are fine if the cartridge is completely cleaned out first.
The percentage-of-available-toner is based on calculations made by the printer's internal software -- quite different from putting a measuring-stick into an above-ground oil-tank to determine the ACTUAL level.
So, while the calculations say "zero percent left", there still is some toner inside the toner-cartridge, and so it still prints.
Buy a replacement cartridge. When you finally do run-out of toner, install the new cartridge.
Compare it to buying a new quart of milk, and then using the last 1/8 of the quart of the milk currently inside your refrigerator -- use the "old" milk until it is 100% gone, and then switch to the "new" milk.
Generally the "received in memory" message is a result of the machines inability to print. I.E. It received a fax, attempted to print it, failed, and then stored it in memory to print once the issue has been corrected.
The Prepare Black Toner error is likely directly related. If the toner cartridge is empty, inserted incorrectly, or damaged it could be causing this error. Try reseating the cartridge by removing and reinserting. If that doesn't clear the error try replacing it with a new Canon branded cartridge.
As soon as you correct the printing issue the stored faxes will print.
I have a feeling that it is a re-manufactured or compatible cartridge?? There is a fuse that needs to be replaced on this unit. it blows when the cartridge is installed to reset the machine. If the fuse has not been replaced or is defective the machine will not recognize the new unit.
I have a feeling that it is a re-manufactured or compatible cartridge?? There
is a fuse that needs to be replaced on this unit. it blows when the
cartridge is installed to reset the machine. If the fuse has not been
replaced or is defective the machine will not recognize the new unit.
first do use the original toner if no use the original toner if yes check the toner cartridge may could be brocken ore the toner jammed on it if its ok you have to check the toner sensor that located in side the fax m/c under the toner cartridge may its came out of position .