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How to reset drum counters on dell 1710/n printer

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by skarlet22, Jan 20, 2011.

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    so you've recently changed the toner cartridges and it's still giving you a replace pc kit/ replace pc drum error..[/FONT]


    just to make sure, try to check if you can cancel out the message. if not, try turning off your printer first and remove and reseat the toners and drum cartridge and power on printer..if error still persists, then that's the time you can reset the drum counter for the printer. here's how:


    >>power off the printer. open the front cover
    >>hold down the "continue" button while powering the printer on. keep on holding down the continue button and release the button Error light is lit.
    >>close the front door
    >>the Continue button, Ready/Data, Toner Low, and Load Paper LEDs should all be lit up.
    >>press "cancel" button 4times slowly until all the lights begin to cycle in sequence until just the "Toner Low LED" is lit.
    >>press and hold the "Continue" button until the LEDs cycle through and release only when the LED stops at Toner Low.
    >>afterwards power off the printer for 10secs and power it on.

    this should get you to ready mode..then try printing. Good luck! :D:cool:
     
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