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It is a fuser oil cartridge. When you replace it the counter gets reset automatically. It is located on top of the fuser unit. This is the part that gets hot and is located right where the paper exits the printer. It is accessed from the left side upper doors. Here is a link to a site that sells the unit as well as all the parts and supplies for your printer. The top picture on this link is the fuser oil cartridge so you can see what it looks like which will assist you in locating the unit in your printer.
Installation instructions are included in the box with the new oil cartridge. http://www.precisionroller.com/search.php?q=cl7000+fuser+oil
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These machines use oil supply units located on top of the fuser unit. They are not refillable order another and replace... continueing to run this machine without fuser oil will cause the fuser to fail and copies to look terrible
You don't. The Type 7000G Maintenence Kit is the self contained oiler unit, rated for approximately 30,000 prints on 8 1/2" x 11" stock. If a person were to try to "top off" the oil, where would said person locate the correct type of fuser oil. Not all fuser oil is the same, viscousity wise as well as chemical composition. What an expensive mess.
Do a stop test using a document with CMYK content across whole document. Remove and examine M dev and drum and also check the master belt etc. The first component with the pink line on is most likely the faulty one.