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Install Cyan Toner Error

I've put in four new toner cartridges into my Samsung CLP-510, and get an error message "Install Cyan Toner".  When I put the old cyan cartridge back in, the error message goes away (replaced with "Cyan Toner Low").  The printer does not seem to recognize that a new Cyan cartridge has been installed.

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  • Anonymous Aug 29, 2008

    I get Repace Cyan Toner, it's alwas Cyan, nad the toner cartridge is at least half full still. We have replaced 3 very quickly

  • markymarky Aug 29, 2008

    We ger the Replace Cyan Toner,even though they are very new. We have repalacd 3 with Samsung Toners. It's always cyan. The toners are still mroe han hlaf full.Anythig that can be done to try and stop the toner running out early? Thnaks

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Ensure that the one you install is the exact model name and number, if this is correct, try unistallling once again and check one more time,

you might want to get a new cyan toner if this still fails, i dont think there is a prob in your machine, cheers

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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