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|TONER_CARTRIDGE_RESET_GUIDE.pdf||Some printers require additional work after inserting a new cartridge or drum. The following contains basic instructions on resetting the counters required for some printers.
Toner Reset Guide
March 8, 2004 Certain printers require that you reset either the drum counter or the toner low warning. This guide will help you reset the printer. All brand names and models are registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Brother HL-630 OPC Brother Cartridge Part #DR-100
OEM Stated Yield: 11-15,000 This cartridge does not use any type of reset procedure. These cartridges according to the Brother manual should be replaced whenever the copy quality deteriorates. Since this could occur almost at any time, there is no need to have a counter. We only included it here because all of the other Brother engines DO have some sort of reset procedure.
Brother HL-720 OPC Brother Cartridge Part #DR-200
OEM Stated Yield: 20,000 New drum cartridges come with a clear "Starter Sheet" installed inside |
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