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We are not receiveing printed fax

Fax maching is ringing, paper is coming out clean. no print.

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  • loiso5001 Jul 21, 2008

    It is something more complex. Changing the cartridge was the

    first thing.

  • loiso5001 Jul 21, 2008

    coping is blank also

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Did you shake the toner and/or pull the plastic strip out of the toner cartridge?

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

  • eric moirez Jul 21, 2008

    If you make a photocopy, I assume that is blank also.

  • eric moirez Jul 21, 2008

    Well if you have a new toner and you have pulled the strip, then the other options would be a bad voltage connection to the toner or a bad laser unit. The laser unit would generate an error code. SO, i think one of the pine that touches the toner cartridge must be bent out of position. In which case, you will need a technician to examine it.

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