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Re: Canon Fax L100 - toner required even though not empty
first do use the original toner if no use the original toner if yes check the toner cartridge may could be brocken ore the toner jammed on it if its ok you have to check the toner sensor that located in side the fax m/c under the toner cartridge may its came out of position .
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The percentage-of-available-toner is based on calculations made by the printer's internal software -- quite different from putting a measuring-stick into an above-ground oil-tank to determine the ACTUAL level.
So, while the calculations say "zero percent left", there still is some toner inside the toner-cartridge, and so it still prints.
Buy a replacement cartridge. When you finally do run-out of toner, install the new cartridge.
Compare it to buying a new quart of milk, and then using the last 1/8 of the quart of the milk currently inside your refrigerator -- use the "old" milk until it is 100% gone, and then switch to the "new" milk.
The machine keeps in memory only reports of faxes sent or received until the page is full.When the report page is full, the earliest fax is removed to make way for the most recent. Therefore if you sent enough faxes after 4 Apr 08 to fill a page, there will be no record.