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take the new cartrige out. you will see there is a fuse on it. take it out and put new fuse any amp. put the cartridge back and close the door for 2 sec. take the cartrige out and remove the fuse. put it back in. it should work.
if not push setup #1 9 3 4 set up again you will find under the setup a toner egnore put it on. and swich unit off and on.
Wiping the nozzles with a moistened soft cloth or removing and reinserting the cartridges usually helps. The cartridges for the Lexmark X7170 are black: 32/34 and color: 33/35. If these are the cartridges that you purchased and even tried your old and new cartridges yet the problem persists, please don't hesitate to contact Lexmark technical support.
Before installing a new toner, put a disposable towel over the ink toner exit, and shake your toner lightly back and forth and up and down. Make sure your toner cartridge is in the open position before replacing it in your printer.
If you are using a refillable ink cartridge, make sure you are resetting the cartridge using the method described by the refillable manufacturer.
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This can occur if you receive a lot of faxes that may have a vertical block or a lot of text or pictures etc. in the same location on the page. The toner can be used in that particular area of the page and a white line results.
Remove the toner cartridge from the fax, keep it horizontal. Shake it side to side whilst keeping the cartridge horizontal. This redistributes the toner inside the cartridge. Replace the toner cartridge in the fax.
Did you gently rock the toner cartridge from side to side to evenly distribute the toner?
Did the cartridge "click" into place?(did lock lever pop up when it was inserted)
Did you replace the protective cover securely?
Another thing to check is cleaning the Corona wire inside by sliding the Blue tab back and forth several times. Important to return the Blue tab back to the "Home" position afterward. If you've done ALL of these steps correctly, and the low toner message is still there, a service call is in order. Best of luck with your machine!
Sounds like it could be the toner cart is not mating properly. Sometimes this could be simply that the spring and flap arrangement on the plastic case of the cartridge has become misaligned. It is not necessary to have the flap(cover) present once the cartridge is installed in the machine. Just remove it in it's entirety if you can't re-align it.