I bought a second hand Copier 105 canon. initially it printed at 105 page per min .Now it displays a message box "fill toner".Inspiet of filling the toner it repeats the message.Machine is not working.
First you have to find out that is the toner being fed to the developing unit,if it is then take out the developing unit if you notice you can find that it is made up of two units find if the toner is covering the toner sensors if it is then there is a problem with the developing unit connector.If there is no toner in the top portion of the developing of the developing unit try changing the toner cartridge the front part which goes into the machine may be damaged.
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Hi Canon copiers are among the most common photocopying machines available on the market. They are known for their affordability and delivery of quality photocopies of printed pages, and because of this, they have been used in various business and office establishments. Like most copiers, Canon copiers also have their own setbacks and issues, but these can be fixed easily once they are properly diagnosed.
Issues.Among the most prominent issues with Canon copiers is when the machine produces either full black or white copies. Most users tend to think that the problem lies with an empty ink or toner. If that were the case, however, then they would still receive copies, but the prints would either have unnecessary lines or blurry images. When the copier produces plain white or all black printouts, the problem has to do with internal parts of the copier.
Causes.The causes of the production of black or white printouts can be traced to one of two roots: broken corona wires or faulty circuit boards. If the copier has an erratic circuit board, it not only produces all-black copies, it also has a misplaced light/dark slider that has to be manually adjusted in order to produce quality prints.
Diagnostics.You can troubleshoot the problems concerning Canon copiers by doing a quick check to see where the problem lies. If you are experiencing intermittent black printouts, see if the bias lamps turn on during printing. These consist of small lamps at the bottom part of the copier drum, where the transfer corona is. The lamps should be not be lit whenever continuous black copies are produced. Faulty circuit boards, meanwhile, can be diagnosed when you have to slam the top-down cover of the machine in order to produce quality, and not blank prints.
many questions, the answer should be yes and all is in the driver settings but it all depends on if you have the correct driver installed and configured correctly for your copier and if your finisher is a booklet finisher. if you have every thing laid out in page maker correctly and the driver is setup correctly then it should do just fine.
What kind of Canon did you buy? What model? Who installed the copier and set up your network. Did you buy it from a Canon dealer. Also, dose the the copier ahave a fax PCB. I install Canons all the time and they run perfectly. It's only my oppion, I've been working on them for 18 years... It seems you bought one that did not have all the options loaded or you got a non-industrial model.
The manual for the BJ-30 can be found here:
On page 97 (105 of 183) it indicates your error message. Unfortunately, it does not give a way to resolve the issue other than bringing the device in for repair.
I then came across this page which is a bit more descriptive with the error codes.
F12 is aPrintHead Temperature Error. It suggests trying to install a NEW print head. if the problem continues, the printer will require service.