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LEAKING DRY INK CHANGED DRUM AND TONER / READS CHANGE DRUM

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: cant change ink cartridge - says needs mk toner,

I struggled with this and it sent me nearly mad. Epson need their heads read for not giving the instructions either on the toner box or inside the printer. What customer care? I'm sure I'm not the only one who has felt like putting a sledge hammer through the ******* thing.

The other answer on this Fixya site says use the printer driver. That's not right for my computer. There is nothing on the driver about it.

To get the correct toner cartridge to face you when you open the front door... use the menu screen on the printer itself and the 4 buttons that are in a wheel shape. By default you are in the Information menu. Scroll down to Reset menu, using the bottom button. Press the right button (with the return arrow) to select this menu. The first visible option is 'Clear warning' which is a useful one to get rid of the endless warnings! But instead of selecting that, scroll down through this Reset menu until you come to 'Change Toner C', which is followed by M then K then Y.

In case you're wondering which is which - they are confusingly not in the same order as the colours on the printer. Cyan (blue), Magenta (red), K Black, Y Yellow.

Hope this saved the sledge hammer, and hope Epson one day think...

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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SOURCE: toner leaking ink on one side of paper pretty bad

There could just be a lot of toner inside the printer, but it could also be the drum unit (which also collects the waste toner) is so full that it is leaking.

This typically happens when the 'replace drum' indication is reset without actually replacing the drum.

If you have reset this without replacing the drum, and the print count is in excess of 30,000, you probably just need to replace the drm unit.

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: I changed the drum and toner cartridge but the ink

go to the web site of the make of your printer to trouble shoot, first thing to do if you dont have the manual.
usually the drum needs to be reset. good luck

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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SOURCE: Just replaced the drum unit for Brother

Brother MFC 9180 change drum soon

Posted on Dec 11, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Brother MFC-7340

Try to open the front cover
the screnn will show "Replace drum"
press Option, then Start buttom
then the screnn will go blank
press 00 and the screnn will show Accepted

after all these, the printer will be auto reset the software by itself.

Posted on Feb 17, 2011

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A line there might not be the toner but the laser drum unit.

The operation below is dangerous - on warm printers you can badly burn yourself, and on all printers you risk severe damage to the drum, requiring replacement.

Opening the printer should show both the toner unit and the drum unit, with a usually green metallic drum cylinder. Taking the utmost care never to touch the drum with your fingers, extract the drum unit and check for anomalies on the RIGHT (where the left side of page goes) side:

- scratches: unfortunately, nothing to do. Drum replacement is your only option.
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Check the ink modual again.
if the ink is all on the upper and lower lip it needs to be wiped off.
Sometimes when shaking this modual, exessive ink can go on the surface and scrub on the drum itself.
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Nothing should be used except a very soft dry cloth. The toner acts as a lubricant to the cleaning moducal.
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There could just be a lot of toner inside the printer, but it could also be the drum unit (which also collects the waste toner) is so full that it is leaking.

This typically happens when the 'replace drum' indication is reset without actually replacing the drum.

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After I filled the toner with a other brand dry ink, I got this message.
I carefully checked the drum, I found there was some ink on the drum. So took off the toner part, washed the drum kit with the tap water. wait it dry. There is a rubber roller inside, it will take time to dry.
after the drum kit dry, I rolled the drum, there still something on the drum, I use a tissue paper cleared it.
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  2. Press the Options key on the control panel.
    The display will show "REPLACE DRUM - 1.YES 2.NO".
  3. Press 1 to reset the drum count.
  4. Close the front cover.
It happens because Brother decide that we are morons and cannot figure out when a drum is dead and so they make the printer refuse to work after a certain amount of time. This resets their dummy counter.

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