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I changed the new toner but its print out empty page , I thought there are problem in the scanner I tried to send fax to other machine and Its came out perfect , so there is the problem in printing system , Please any idea what is be the problem , since this model had no head there should not be a dirty head neither !! Please help some idea so I could check its out !
Thank you Huot Fujita

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If the paper feeds through but nothing is on it, it indicates that the toner is not being properly fed. Go to this link, type "printout is blank" in the Search window and click the search button. Next, click on the "Printout is blank" line, and review the document. Especially check that you have removed the seals from the toner cartridge (see steps 7 and 9 on the second part).

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