We have a canon image runner 1310 and it says waste toner full, prepair a new drum.
We called the service comp and the said they would have to send out a tech, but I think i could probably fix it my self.
I dont know if I can just order a new drum and put it in or is there some preperation that needs to be done.
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e-000013, it is all about waste toner. possibility : - waste toner case was detecred full. - The PLL lock is
released because waste toner motor is locked up, etc. - The micro switch employed to detect clogging of waste toner is
activated. the position behind-below of copier. open the beck cover and you ll see it.
E19 means the waste toner bottle is full. This bottle gets filled as not all of the image that you see on your copies/prints actually made it to the page and must be cleaned off so the next image is clean, The waste toner bottle on your machine can't be reached as it is built into the drum unit. The drum unit just about the EVERTHING of the image development of the machine.The drum unit must be replaced. It is easy and not real expensive. The part number is "0385B003BA". It's called a GPR-18 drum unit. You will have to either call Canon or look on the net. Now, you "could" remove the old drum unit and vacuum the old waste toner out as there is I believe a clear cap on the drum unit that can be removed for this purpose. I'd go for replacing the drum as usually when the waste toner bottle is full the drum is at its end of life. I hope this helps you my friend. Take care SPINAL
Hello sir; I would like you to check the charge corona wire inside the drum cartridge or you just replace a new drum cartridge, before you change also check the discharge corona wire at the bottom inside the machine.
To change the drum you have to slide the plattened cover to the left,like you do when removing a paper jam,open the top cover,you will see a handle that you pull to remove the defeloping and drum unit,remove the drum and def unit.
The drum is attached by two clips on top of def unit,unlock the drum from the def by releasing that clips,slide te drum protecktion plate to the rear and remove the drum.insert the new drum by reversing this steps.
If your image of your copies is not bad you can remove the waste toner in the drum unit before replacing it.On top of the drum there are two plugs open them and remove the waste toner,make sure you remove all of the waste toner.Then that message will go away.
Waste toner is what gets scraped off the drum after the paper has passed. It eventually fills up inside a compartment in the drum. The drum is the unit that slides into the copier and the toner slides into the drum. In this type of copier it is meant for a technician to order and replace this drum. Try where you bought the copier from.
the waste toner is the unit where the drum is attached to. it actually has a hole to clear it up but i recommend you to remove the drum, the charger roller, the cleaning blade and carefully vaccum the unit. you gotta vaccum the corners, gears, everything. then put the piece together and give it a try. if it doesnt work go to your closest canon retailer an buy a new drum unit: GPR-10 Drum Unit.