Question about Brother MFC-7820N Printer
I found the following post on another site. It appears to work.
If you want to reset your Brother MFC 7820N machine so you no longer have the error message: Toner End of Life, do the following:
1. Open the front cover of the 7820N, that is, the cover that allows you to pull out the toner and drum, but don't pull out the drum/toner.
2. Push the button: Options (located on the left of the control pad).
3. Type: *00 on the keypad.
The Brother MFC 7820N should be reset and the Toner End of Life message should disappear. WARNING: This may void your warranty and ultimately damage your machine if you are reusing or refilling your cartridges, but you should already know that. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
To manually reset the counters, do the following:
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
I fail to see why you are covering up the toner sensor led's when you have a new cartridge fitted?
Also if you are using a recycled toner from a very well known uk shop that refills toners and ink then you may well have broken the drive gear that stirs the toner. i have seen this six times and their toners do this.
It could well be one of the pitfuls of recycled toners.
Posted on Jul 24, 2011
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