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you must use OEM toner if you use aftermarket toner that says for use in you will get this problem if you have been using aftermarket toner you will have to change developer or empty all toner from developer unit and start with OEM toner Kyocera stamps their logo into cartridge

Kyocera Office... | Answered 3 days ago


you must use OEM toner if you havent been using OEM toner you will have to either change the developer or empty all toner from developer and start with OEM toner it will have the Kyocera logo imprinted into the plastic dont use any toner that says for use in

Kyocera Office... | Answered 3 days ago


you must use OEM toner it will have kyocera logo on cartridge if you have not been using OEM toner you have to change developer or this problem will not stop

Kyocera Office... | Answered 3 days ago


on Kijji there is a bull calf for sale i did this before tie the bull calf to your printer and give it a good wack and if the thing runs it means you need a new printer and if it stays in the same spot it means its still good if it stays in the same spot go to where you purchased it from

The Office... | Answered 3 days ago


Pull the plug out and put it back in

HP Office... | Answered 3 days ago


That means that the laser in the printer is not working, you can bring it to staples are where you purchased it from

The Office... | Answered 3 days ago


co online and you should find a website

Xerox Office... | Answered 3 days ago


Clean the rollers with soapy water and leave to dry.

Office Equipment... | Answered 3 days ago


Many new printers come with a "starter" cartridge which may print several hundred pages and then needs to be replaced with a new "full load" cartridge. The standard cartridge for your machine is rated at about 1200 pages at 5% cover, so it is likely that a starter cartridge would give about 500pages at 5% cover. Please note the 5% cover bit means about 500 at 5%, about 250 at 10%, about 170 at 15% cover respectively.

Ricoh Office... | Answered 3 days ago


You will need to take the side panels off to get to the circuit boards. The Main board is often on the right hand side when looking from the front

HP Office... | Answered 3 days ago


First step in this kind of issue is check the data cable is properly socketed.
Second step is perform a copy operation directly from the printer. If this fails your issue is printer or cartridge, so swap out the cartridge and retry. If still no copy - your printer has an electronics fault.
Step three is try a document ( D2) from a different application (App2). If it prints the new document (D2) - your issue is with the original document (D1) or the application (App1) printing from. Try printing a different document (D3) from the original application (App1). If document D3 prints from App1 - the fault is in the document D1, and if document D3 fails to print - the fault is in App1.

Canon Office... | Answered 3 days ago




Sorting copies using the ADF

You can sort multiple copies. Pages will be

stacked in the order (1, 2, 3), (1, 2, 3)

and so on.

1 Press (Copy) to illuminate it in

green.

2 Load your document.

3 Use the dial pad to enter the number of

copies you want (up to 99).

4 Press Options and ? or ? to select

Stack/Sort.

Press Menu/Set.

5 Press ? or ? to select Sort.

Press Menu/Set.
6 Press Start.

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Brother MFC 7420... | Answered 3 days ago

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