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Re: toner seal sucked into machine
Well you use a protective nose filter, these toner dust is can bleed nose if inhaled, and use a dust cleaner with a new bag, take the toner dust with a help a brush, clean all you can, then put all( bag and brush and nose filter, to contamined trash bin as dagerous to nature and heath), and put a new toner unit, and test.
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toner issue, machine has blown toner chip and needs replacing however it is a sighn of a deeper issue inside the machine because it is unable to replenish toner in developer and would blow every toner IC chip you put in that machine until it has been taken care of,
first toner must must and must be genuine, other wise it wont work in any conditions,
2nd toner density sensors and gamma sensor should be cleaned and all auto setting must be run .
third some time toner drops down the others side of the drum due to recycle clutch did't not work properly and all cleaned toner drops down after filled in recycle area,
Although this appears to be an ATC (automatic toner control) problem and it may list as such in service manual which gives brief description of error code it is often something else. There is a sponge roller at bottom of toner that wears down considerably and when the hopper is very low or out of toner the otner light will come on(triangle of dots). The customer puts the new toner in and the sudden surge of a large amount of toner cascading into the hopper causes an excessive amount of toner to go past the sponge roller and directly into the developer unit which is directly under toner hopper. The ATC sensor is on the bottom of developing unit and "reads" the density of the developer /toner ratio and with a very overtoned situation as the one created above you would get an F2-00 code. What is normally done is to either dump toner out of hopper and replace sponge roller and seals or replace toner hoppers as a whole which is quicker and costs almost rh same as cahnging the sponge roller and seals is more labor intensive. Also the developer is now contaminated with an excessive amount of toner and the recommende solutin is to replace the developer and calibrate theu service program. This is hardley recommended by a service man unfamiliar with this mode let alone the customer. I ahve been in the Bay Ridge area for years and as a matter of fact bought an investment property thru Petses Realty. Frank
Mold and bacteria in your door seal is a symptom of problems deeper inside the unit. All washers - not just Whirlpool, have this problem. The area of worst buildup is always on the inside of the plastic outer tub just above the normal waterline where suds and soiled water splash up and don't get rinsed out. To clean this problem area add 1 or 2 caps of smelly washer cleaner to a full load of laundry. The added bulk of the laundry will raise the water level to include the "splash area". Intermittently pause to soak more extreme cases.
The HL2700CN is a Tally machine rebadged by a number of manufacturers. Each has it's own unique 'plug' on the back left side of the cartridge as you look at it in the machine. Check that the plug is the right shape and if necessary fit the one from your empty 'brother' cartridge.
I have only ever had the 'illegal toner' message when I put in a Lexmark cartridge by mistake - swapping plugs solved it.
'Brother' machines seem to run at a different temperature than other Tally clones - so there may be a deeper problem with the toner that you used. In my case it simply failed to fuse to the paper and I had to get another cartridge. Check for deposits on the OPC belt and fuser rollers.
Non genuine toner usually is cause, but there area few others but in the majority(90%) of cases people reporting this problem have be found to be using aftermarket toners.
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