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how old is you printer? did you clean you printer occationally? why i ask that? bec. the more you change your ink cartridge of the printer, the more the ink will stocked in the waste tank of the printer. you try to clean the waste tank of the printer, how? unscrew it... if you can't do it yourself, try to find a friend or printer tech. to clean the waste tank for you,,
The "waste tank" is located behind the front panel that has the SAMSUNG name on it. Press on the upper corners of this panel and it will open up to reveal a clear plastic tank on the right side.
This tank pulls out easily and has two holes for excess toner to flow into it.
Look at the side of the tank that has the holes. You should see a part of the tank that extends out from the tank but ends in a clear square. The waste tank sensor "looks" thru this clear plastic square to determine if the tank is full. I.e. if toner is in this area and you cannot clearly see thru both sides, the sensor will tell the printer that the tank is full and needs to be changed.
If the tank is not full, use a long cotton swab and clean out the inside of this area. Once you can see thru both sides, carefully replace the tank back into the printer and turn the printer back on.
If done properly, the error should go away and you should be able to continue printing. I have doen this and it works fine.
(Some posts have had people cut this part of the tank off and simply tape over the hole that is made with strong tape. This bypasses the sensor and would allow the printer to run again. I have not done this as I do not want the possibility of toner spilling in my office.)
The sensor could be bad and causing the issue. If this is the case, it may be cheaper to purchase a new printer - CLP-620 ND is a duplex, networked color laser jet that is selling from frys.com for $315.
Do you mean "unable to clean"?If it this follow this instruction. Unplug the printer from power cord.Press and hold the "menu" button, then plug the device.You'll see on the LCD screen a "machine error" code.If this code is 40,41 or 4F the print head is defective.If the error is 50 or 51 there is error in Purge unit and printer require service.If the error is 46 the waste ink tank is full.Follow this:Enter 80, then scroll down with the arrow down (round) key. You'll find an entry listed as purge count. If numberis over 6000, enter 2 7 8 3.This will reset the purge count value. Then restart the printer, hopefully without the annoying cannot clean message.
It seems to be problem with printer not with your leopard.
so follow these steps
1.check your printer catridge,make sure that ink is full.
2.If printer catridge is good then align printer catridges,you can find alignment option in in printer setting or properties page.
3.If above mentioned steps not solves your problem then may be your printer ink waste tank is full....you may need to replace waste tank,if your printer is new there is no question of waste tank.
i think it helps
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Unable to clean usually means the waste ink tank is full, the only repair is to replace the tank, aprox. $10.00 and reset the counter to clear the error. If you clear the error without a new tank you risk ink overflow inside the machine and on your table...
You will have to buy a new waste tank/bin for it as the old one is now full.
They are relatively cheap.
It looks like this: http://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/CLP-W300A.html
If you don't want to spend any money you can remove it and try to empty the powder into a bin but it can make a big mess.