Question about Kyocera FS1128MFP AllInOne Laser Printer
You can solve this by either purchasing a new drum unit DK-130, (£GBP 150, but this should be good for 100,000 prints. Or you can empty it by hand, which is a messy job.
To get the drum unit out, and do this, you need to first remove the developer unit (which the toner is installed inside) then look inside the printer and put your fingers inside and pull the two green loops out.
Once you've got it out, look for the side which has a silver sticker on. IF you use a flat headed screwdriver where one of the arrows points to a grey sponge, you will be able to lever off the cap and then empty the waste toner.
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a FS-1118 MFP
yyou have to be careful when doing this.
the waste toner is built in to the process unit (drum unit) and has a plug on the side.
remove the plug and tip it out.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
SOURCE: Waste Toner Full/ Not Install
Behind the little container for the waste toner there is a sensor that senses whether the toner basket is full or not. If the sensor itself is dirty, it can give a false reading. First try cleaning out the area under the container to see if the switch works. Also make sure the container is clean, because the sensor works by sight, so if it looks full because it's dirty, it will give a false reading. I have heard of people disabling that sensor in various ways, but that can get dangerous to the printer. I can't recall the details on that exact model, but I believe there is a diagnostic of some sort that can test that sensor to make sure it works right to begin with.
Posted on Sep 20, 2006
Did you first try and dump the waste toner out of the waste toner bottle? If so it never completly gets empty. It is compacted at the end where the opening is. When the mach fires up the gears that drive the waste bottle break.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Just an FYI, this can be very messy. If you figure out how to get the thing out (should be near your consumable supplies like toner and image units) place the whole unit into a plastic bag, tie the bag, then shake it out gently. You may have to learn how it opens in order to "open the door". Best to use a vaccum with a heppa type filter as normal vaccum filter is too course for the fine toner partcles. Be ready for toner volcano.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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