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Panasonic DP-1810P Laser Copier

Msg: Waste Toner Box is full. We emptied, restarted copier, msg remains.

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  • queenanneinn Mar 14, 2008

    Thank you very much


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  • ramil77 Feb 13, 2009

    Why the Panasonic dp 1810 printing the page. Half page a light, and last page darknes. If bottle the toner is anfull.

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    Panasonic DP-3510 copierend of copies dirty with toner

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    copiers show u13 code display but toner botel is full

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The copier has an "eye" that detects when the waste toner bottle is full. If you dump it and reuse it, the residue can build up and cause the machine to "think" the bottle is still full. I experienced the same problem. If you re-use an old bottle, after emptying, rinse our any remaining residue and dry the bottle out. Your copier should then notice the bottle being empty.

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Hi Queen.
You should not re-use toner waste bottles.
You should get a new one with each new supply of toner.
You should conatct your local Panasonic dealer.
They will explain how best to dispose of old toner and supply you with new toner and waste toner bottles.
Please let me know if this is useful.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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    Geoff Champion Mar 14, 2008

    Hi Queen.
    Glad I could help.

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Hi queen.
I can only think that toner has got into the inner workings of the copier.
Open as many on the panels as you can and blow out the workings with compressed air.
You can buy cans at your local PC or Office Supplies shop.
I dont see any settings on the menu that allow you to do any maintenance on the copier itself.
Also make sure the platen galss is clean and smudge free. (The glass you put your originals on).
If you or someone you work with is technically minded taking out the toner bin waste bin asn the toner heater to clean with a dry 1inch paint brush. The toner heater (FUSER) is a delicate part oF the copier. It will be behind one of the panels that opon at the front of the copier.
It is usually as long as the copier is deep and will have a number of wires running end to end. These may well have toner on them causing the the heater to not work to its full potential.
One of the ways I used to cler these issues was do a 100 sheet run on a full text page to clean. But then this wasnt my toner or paper it was the customers. We also usd to caRry small vacuums with filters (HEPA fILTERS) in to clean up after copiers are very messy when you start fiddling about inside ;-). A small dustbuster might do the trick but remember toner particles are very very fine and can be difficult to remove.
Here is a link to explain how wonderful toner is ;-)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toner
Also a link to read for people who want to understand better how there equipment works.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photocopier#How_a_photocopier_works_.28using_xerography.29
Let me know how you get on.
Geoff

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