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The light is second to the right is Toner Low. If ! and toner low displays a flashing light it means that the photoconductor kit is full and must be replaced. The printer will not print any more pages until the photoconductor kit is replaced.
Press and release Continue button to print a photoconductor kit instruction page. If the light is still blinking, replace the photoconductor kit.
For further assistance, please call Lexmark Technical Support.
hi, first of all maybe your file has a problem. DO NOT CHANGE your toner. Try to print only last page, or copy the content of the last page in the new document and the print it. Sometimes the printer can not recognise some files correctly and that is the major problem pifonski
In most cases cartridges have a special chip that remembers the toner cartridge serial number an amount of pages printed from it. This means, that even though there still might be some toner left in the cartridge, the chip's counter reaches it's predefined limit and informs printer, that the toner has run out. Just like that, suddenly. It may also be the case, that the chip loses contact with the printer's electrical terminals - try reseating the cartridge in the printer. If that doesn't help, it's time to replace it I'm afraid. Usually the printer will inform "toner low" for some time before it becomes "toner out" and refuses to print. If you get "toner low", then it's time to purchase a new cartridge to have it ready.
Turn the unit off. Remove the cartridge and shake it back and forth. Ten place it and turn the unit back on. Also you can reset the counter on the cartridge, go to UNI KIT and look under Brother TN 110 refill support. These people sell refills. The ink you get with he printer is minimal. Also turning the printer off and back on will help with resetting. I found that there is plenty of toner left when the warning comes on.
its not the problem of toner cartridge.its the problem of gears which pulls the paper they r worn out or may be cracked internally.exactly what happens when you u give the print for the first time the printer gets command and the gears starts spinning and the paper gets pulled because it gets a pressure internally and after 2 pages that pressure gets low and it stops pulling the paper.some times changing the paper thickness solves the problem temporvarily .i mean use the thick quality paper instead of thin.