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Toner led... Hi! I just change my toner (original) because the toner led was flashing but it still flashing and the toner is new. Any idea? Thanks!

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REINSTALL THE TONER OR CHANGE NEW ONE BECAUSE THERE IS A CHIP PROBLEM WITH UR NEW TONER

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Brother dcp 7010 errors unable to print Use user guide but problem not solved

Hi Raj, please describe the error details( paper jam, color lights, blinking, solid, toner is original /refilled ? Recently changed-opened the fuser or the drum ?

To reset the drum error for a Brother DCP 7010 printer:
Turn the printer on and leave it like that.
Open the front panel.
You should see on the screen a message : drum change. Press "yes".
After that, the LED that was flashing near the drum will stop alerting.
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Printer Status LED is Red and Drum Light is Yellow

Hi, this error shows when the corona wire is dirty, some times I clean the corona wire with a small screw driver pressing the corona wire down and slide the screw driver to the both sides also once you clean in the up I press from the side and slide the screwdriver after that with a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol slide from side to side, or replace the drum unit and reset, if you install a new toner, there is a mechanic control for reset the printer toner counter, this only works the first time that you install the cartridges, for example If you install the cartridge in 1 printer and then move to other printer the other printer keep the counter for the old cartridge, if you are sure that your cartridge is new you need to open a return the gears to is original position in order to install in another printer.
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ALL THE LIGHTS ARE FLASHING . I HAVE CHANGED TONER AND DRUM AND STILL FLASHING

When you change drum, do you reset it?

If not, try this:
Install the toner cartridge into the new
drum unit until it locks into place,
indicated by a click. When the toner
cartridge is installed correctly, the lock
lever is lifted automatically.
Press the control panel button until all the LEDs are on. (The LED turns on in sequence
from top to bottom.) The drum page counter is reset.
Close the front cover, and check that the Drum LED is now off.
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How do you change a toner cartridge

Open up front op panel,mid door opens up tube sitting on top of drum unit is the toner cart! be care full can get messy!Pull lever on end of tube (will only go 1 way from original position)lift up and dispose of.pull white tape off of new cart install in drum push lever,open and close mid door a couple of times to cycle toner toner message will disappear.
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With toner low led flashing incoming fax goes to

kindly enter the Tech mode the clear the memory and update as a new cartridge.

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All 3 Error lights are flashing (4 if you count the GO button)!!

When all lights flash it's a service problem. You press and hold the go button and see what lights are on then.error light means main PCB failure, Toner light means fuser failure, drum light means laser failure. Toner and error light means main motor error, drum plus error light means its a fan failure.
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No toner message

The control panel display will indicate which toner is out;
K = Black
M = Magenta
Y - Yellow
C = Cyan

Also, the orange indicator light will flash.

Generally, each toner will provide about 1,500 copies depending on the intensity of the specific color. The toner drums, on the other hand, generally provide more than 20,000 copies each and need not be changed that often.

When you change a toner, included with the toner is a little alcohol wipe that you use to clean the toner sensor. This is a small LED located along side the toner holder. Make sure ALL toner waste/dust is cleaned off the sensor before installing the new toner.

Also, while I hate to state the obvious, make sure you removed the tape from the new toner before inserting it. Last, make sure you lock the toner in place with the blue lever. And it never hurts to shake the toner a little side to side before inserting it just in case the toner has gathered at one end.

Last, there is a utility included with the printer that lets you access the printer's information via your computer. This will tell you exactly how much toner is left in each cartridge and the life remaining on the drum.
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Yellow Toner Light Flashes - won't print

f the Drum LED is still lit after replacing the drum unit, the Drum counter may not be reset.
Reset the Drum counter as follows:

  1. Open the front cover.
  2. Locate the control panel button under the LED lights on the left side.
  3. Press the control panel button until all lights are lit, then release it.
    The Drum counter is now reset.
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Canon Fax L100 - toner required even though not empty

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first do use the original toner if no use the original toner if yes check the toner cartridge may could be brocken ore the toner jammed on it if its ok you have to check the toner sensor that located in side the fax m/c under the toner cartridge may its came out of position .
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