Re: BROTHER 2030 TONER LIGHT STAYS ON CONTINUOUSLY
I been having the same problem recently & tried every available
method...The i read this on another website and thought I must share
with everyone...Simply paste a little piece of Post-it and cover up the
hole at the left side of the toner..And so far I restarted the printer
3 times and the toner light is not on any more!!!
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You need to open the front door and grab the toner/drum unit and pull as hard as you need to. once the assy. comes out you press the blue button on the left side and the toner cartridge will separate from the drum unit. install the new toner or remove the paper jam as required. call if you need more info. 805-520-3003 steven
disconnect the printer from your pc and clear out all print jobs... leave it on and let it sit for a day... if no test page prints then the problem is your pc... if it starts printing like crazy then reset it via page 54 of the user guide if it still prints like crazy with the network cable or usb cable disconnected then you need to call brothers tech support but more than likely it shouldn't do anything... if this is the case... the problem is your pc... or your server...
Open the front door, and press the go button until the lights flash, after closing, press the go button 3 times for a printout showing the drum as full again. The instructions come with the new drum...
No guarantee this will work but I refilled toner on my Brother 5170 and it only worked after making sure the old stuff was completely out. After removing the little plastic plug, I tapped out the toner repeatedly on the side of a trash can (like 50 times) then took a shop vac and let that **** out whatever toner was left. It really seems to be important for some reason to rid the cartridge of ALL old toner before adding the new stuff. Hope this helps!