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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The printer has no way of knnowing that you have changed the Photoconductor Unit, unless you tell it (as there is not chip on the Photoconductor).
The Photconductor reset procedure is as follows.
RESETTING DRUM PAGE COUNTER
1) Leave the power on, insert toner cartridge, and leave door open
2) Press the cancel button and hold till the leds flash
3) Release cancel button and close toner cartridge door
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
SOURCE: need to reset photoconductor kit
How to reset PC kit:
1. Open the front door cover while the printer is on.
2. Press and hold the Cancel button until all the lights starts flashing.
3. Close the front door cover.
Print a test page to check if the counter has been reset.
If still not reset, follow the instructions carefully in this article found in the Lexmark website. Just click on this link: http://bit.ly/anGz2O. Hope this helps. If you need more assistance, leave a comment and I'll get back to it. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
SOURCE: Power up init fails
When you replaced the photoconductor, did you go through the procedure to reset the photoconductor counter ?
There's no chip on the photoconductor, so you need to reset this manually
Photoconductor Reset Procedures:
Step 1: Open the front door and hold the
Cancel button until all lights begin to cycle.
Step 2: Close the front door. The warning
clears and the counter resets to zero.
Step 3: Press Continue to resume printing.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
The photoconductor kit is another word for the drum or imaging drum. All three words refer to the same part.
Here is a link from the Dell site for this model.
Once you replace the drum, the printer has to be manually reset. If this is not done, the printer will continue to give this print out. By resetting it, the counter is set back to zero. The drum is good for around 30k prints.
From the Online Manual for the 1700, to reset the counter:
To reset the counter, press and hold the Cancel button until all lights flash in sequence.
NOTICE: Resetting the imaging drum's counter without replacing the imaging drum may damage your printer and void your warranty.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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Press and release the Continue button (green button) to clear the light sequence and continue processing the print job. If the light is still blinking, the photoconductor is almost full and should be replaced
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Toner light is ON, I would assume that the light is solid and not blinking. You can press and release to clear the light sequence and continue processing the print job. With the printer turned off, remove the toner cartridge and shake it to extend its life. Check the replacement toner cartridge if it is the one suitable for your region.
If the blinking light is on Toner Low, press and release the Continue button (green button) to clear the light sequence and continue processing the print job. If the light is still blinking, the photoconductor is almost full and should be replaced.
For further assistance, please call Lexmark Technical Support.
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