It seems that there are several places that sell this toner that is just not working. Any one hwo know how to reset this printer. Any help on this problem as lt seems like everybody is trying to get info with no luck. The C5000 series mechanically locks up the image drum, but I don't think the C7000 series do this. Waste Toner Note: It's very important to empty the waste toner compartment when refilling. In practice, never worked quite well, they make replacement super drums for hp, not sure about oki.
As a result, you can edit the cyan, magenta, yellow or black toner or drum counters, but also reset all their values which makes them printer see them as full. Summary: optional Count: 0 of 1,500 characters The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. If that doesn't work check that there's no debris or bits of paper etc. Since a full cartridge holds about 450 grams, I figure they put half that 225 grams in the starter cartridge. Another way of getting more life is to remove the toner and give it some taps on the side.
Probably all produced at the same place. After that point the original key sequences I gave will do the trick. Do you remember if you have done any firmware updates resently?. The toner you put into the cartridge top part is circulated by a screw type mechanism open the toner part and look inside with light. Each time I increased the value it would go reset to the original value when I pressed 1 + 3 + 5.
Okidata support told me it was a black drum problem after I sent them sample prints. Please post the key sequence for entering the reset menus if you have any luck with the email link. I need this printer every day. Hope this helps--and thanks for the tip! So far so good and I hope it lasts. Check to make sure you haven't swapped the positions of the toner drums.
Full Specifications What's new in version 2. On my printer this sensor system often generates error warnings, but I just ignore them. This works fine if the new toner compartment is totally empty, but if it's not, you'll probably lose some good toner. If the printer is expecting paper of a certain thickness, and some other thickness then feeds through, the printer will jam. But not much usefull at this point. Basically clean things, as fast as you can to get the drums back in there quickly. See the corrected instructions below.
I am fairly mechanically inclined and it took hours for me to do the first one and it was very messy. Perhaps you will be disappointed when you realize you cannot reset the 5800 as with the others. It is held in place by pressure sensitive material. Has anyone had experience with premature failure of black drums? Maybe that would eliminate the problem. Last month the duplex stopped working: it would print print one side and show a paper jamb warning with the sheet of paper sitting all innocent in the duplex unit.
As a result my black print is restored the glossy effect of the color print for digital photos is back and I have better printing quality. Cheers, Neale aka Kereru And finally, could people who post questions on this forum please be more explicit about exactly which maintence menu sequence they are refering to, or have tried using. The only difference I noticed between the Dubber toner and the Oki toner is that the Dubber toner isn't quite as glossy. But thank you for your concern about my friendships and family. By the way, I can also tell you how to reste the drum units.
You have to be careful to put the stirring rod that is in the new toner compartment, in the front half of the cartridge, into the center of the white plastic gear in the end piece before snapping it back together. Is there a way to reset everything but the toner? Is there such a menu for the 5300? How toner gets into the waste tank is not important. Carry on from task 3 in kereru's modified listing. If this drum goes bad I intend to send it to Uninet for their comments. I am going to cheat and put the scanner unit onto a C5200 which I have reset thanks to the posts on here.
Are you doing the final step 7 to confirm the changes? And I haven't seen anyone else on this site that has been successful. I suspect operator error is the problem. Those C9000 consumables are expensive. I would be interested in knowing where aftermarket toner is bought that would work with machine without having this problem. Please re-read the notes section, because I had it back-to-front about the toner percentage life values. I got really confused after reading various posts about aftermarket toner. Anyone here inside the Oki company we can pick your brain? Now I am going to try and replace a drum.
That should now show the Okidata printer with the word ready under it. I actually bought the printer on the basis of your post : No bad feelings though. I am not very keen of dismatling this beast, not before knowing what to look for. If it doesn't get emptied, it will eventually clog up and stop various plastic gears from turning and cause error messages concerning the transfer belt. Most after market toner is from the same source and thousands of users use this after market toner with no problems. I will receive a new drum today with a new toner cartridge.