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Changed toner. now not working

The toner was changed/replaced, and now the fax machine doesn't work.

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Take the cartridge back out. There are little contacts that allow the machine to know that the toner is in. Check to see that these are making contact between the cartridge and the machine itself. unplug it to do a hard reset too. Or smash it with your fist over and over to jar loss any poor connections!

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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