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Re: NO PROBLAME JUST A QUESTION
That all depends on the amount of toner coverage on the copies you make? The companies gauge the number of copies per toner on only 6% coverage on each page. About one small paragraph, any more the less the yield. On average about 2k -2.5k per toner give or take.
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The MFC7420 has sensors that sense when the toner is low. It lets you know in time to purchase another cartridge before you totally run out. If you can get one same day I wouldn't purchase one until the printer pages start fading.
Pull the main charge unit out of machine. Take cleaner (included with toner) and clean. --Look at front and rear for toner build -up on the charge grid. This build -up causes a short. After cleaning, reinstall and run.
toner settled ... I thinking funny now... take it to a paint shop and have it shaken,
but really all your cartridges need shaking just open the door a few times and it will cycle your cartridges a few times, still problems ...rubber belts , rollers harden when set-up, ever seen an old rubber band? try streching it.
I would try to print like 50 copys of something to see if it shakes the cob webs.