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Service call 0502 thermistor 1 After running out of "K" ink I replaced the black cartridge and received this message. I turned the printer off, replaced the empty cartridge, received the out of ink "K" cartridge error, replaced the cartridge again and printed the job.

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SOURCE: Ink out problem.

http://www.ssclg.com/epsone.shtml go there first and download that. Next, either buy new cartridges, or go to your local cartridge world and buy refills. Now using the program I posted the link for, configure it, do a soft reset, and then freeze your ink levels. Please email me @ steve@nicesites.org and I'll go more into how to do it.

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SOURCE: Screen reads "Near empty Cyan" but I just replaced the Cyan ink cartridge, its full.

If the firmware update doesn't work, you can reset this error.

Unplug unit. Remove offending cartridge. Plug unit back in, wait until all startup noises have stopped. Open lid and reinstall cartridge. This will solve the fault as long as the sensor is working.

Also, please be aware, you should not have to change a cartridge if it says "Near Empty", only if it says "Ink Empty Magenta".

Also, please make sure none of your other cartridges are empty. I have seen this over and over. Two cartridges empty at the same time, and the person replaces one of them but thinks they actually replaced the other one.

Turn the power off and pull all the cartridges out. Look a the side of the cartridge, you should see a window with a little plastic tab sticking out. This tab should be blocked by a black float inside the cartridge. If you cannot see the float, and the tab is clear with no ink in it and no float tab blocking it, it means the cartridge is empty even if you still see some ink in the bottom.

To be sure plug the machine in without any cartridges. When all the noises have stopped, open the lid and install the cartridges. If you're still getting an error saying either a cartridge is not installed or is empty, then one of your cartridges is empty. Redo the previous paragraph.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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SOURCE: PagePro 1350W

Time has nothing to do with how long a toner cartridge will last. What is the page count on the cartridge?
Don't expect too much from it if it is the original cartridge that came with the printer as they have a very short fill.

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SOURCE: Konica Minolta Magiccolor 2350 Laser Printer

When the front door is open, it locks the 4 cartridges so they can not move. The tab is flimsy & I broke mine on the second or third change. It pushes on a mechanical switch just above the toner port. If you broke the tip of the tab off, you can use a drywall screw inserted into the Mechanical switch. when the door closes the bigger part of the tab will push the screw against the switch,

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SOURCE: Magicolor 2400W error

This happens to me every few months, I have to do a VERY detailed cleaning of all toner sensors. The knowledgebase on KM's website is actually very good about walking you through which sensors to clean and pictures indicating where they are located. This has fixed me up every time. GOOD LUCK!

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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1) Press Power to turn the printer off.

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