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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a canon c7055
The waste toner bottle is behind a panel on the lower, rear right hand corner of the unit. You have to remove the panel cover with a screwdriver. Empty or replace the bottle. If you empty rather than replace, make sure to clean the sensor window from the inside (stick a ruler with paper towel rubber banded to it in through the top and rub off toner dust). Often the bottle isn't even full, but this sensor window is dirty making the machine think the bottle is full. After replacing/returning the bottle and securing the panel cover back on, login to your unit from the control panel, press the Settings/Registration button (looks like a head with an asterisk inside), then press the 2 & 8 buttons simultaneously, then press the Settings/Registration button again. From here press Mode > Copier > Function > Clear > arrow over to W-TN-CLR > ok. Press yellow button to exit back to main screen. You should be able to print now.
Posted on Nov 16, 2011
You just open the front door, pull the bottle off, and empty it. Be aware, though, that this is one of the messiest procedures that you will ever do. The toner is so fine and dusty that it spreads everywhere when you dump it and it is vey hard to clean up. I put on plastic gloves, took it outside, put a large ziplock bag inside a tall garbage bag, and sealed this around my wrist as well as I could before dumping the toner. I still had a real mess. If I had not had a couple of the "magnetic" toner clean-up cloths sent with recharge kits, I would have been hard-put to clean up the bottle well enough to use it. And, it still took me a couple of days to clean my hands. A new bottle simplifies this. You just take off the old one, put in a plug, and discard it. Costs $30-40 but may be worth it.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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