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You can't stop it. It sounds like you used the wrong toner and now its mixed with the developer powered causing excess toner. check the developer unit. When you REFILL toner you need to make sure it the right toner. toner has different melt points and components. If you use the wrong toner it will mess up the developer and cost much more than to buy a toner cartridge. If you live in Southeast Florida Advanced business computers is a great source for help. Computer network repair, printer copier maintenance repairs, copier printer leasing and supplies.
Hello, if the copier was long time without toner, you need to open and close the front cover few times until it stops blinking. If these doesn't helps, you need to vacuum and clean the toner handle mechanism, because there are toner leftovers that obstructs the new toner pass to developing assy.
your copier e-studio 350 some time showing '' dispose used toner'' It dont mean you install new toner... its mean you dispose used toner box.. Dear open the copier frant cover
and dispose used toner white box...
you copier e-studio 65 showing message dispose of used toner.. ok.. Its donot mean dispose all old toner and install new toner... Its mean dispose used toner box... Dispose toner Box is a seprat box copier all garbage toner droped this box and when this box are full then copier showing message please dispose used toner box... please check it and dispose it.
If you know where the "Toner Eye" is in the copier, cover it with black tape. Usually though, the copier counts the number of pages printed and then at a predetermined number thinks toner is low and stops printing. If the toner cartridge is chipped (has a electronic chip) it keeps the count in there. These type of cartridges are refillable, but still have the "Empty" count. The counter must be reset. These resetters are hard or impossible to get.
As far as I know, filling up with toner is not enough. There is an electronic chip that must also be replaced, so the toner cartridge tells the unit it is a new one. Check with your supplier for such chip.