Laserjet 4100N Toner Out Error Message (1133 Views)
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Laserjet 4100N Toner Out Error Message

We have replaced the toner cartridge in the printer, but the error message continues to be displayed.

How do we reset?

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Rachelle Thoren
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Re: Laserjet 4100N Toner Out Error Message

Hello Edward,

If the printer continues printing when TONER OUT appears, change the TONER OUT menu item on the Print Quality Menu from STOP to CONTINUE. (For more information, see the Configuration Menu section of the User Guide). Subsequent jobs will continue to print indefinitely while TONER OUT is displayed.

Rachelle
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Re: Laserjet 4100N Toner Out Error Message

I already had the printer set to continue to print even though the toner is low or out.

With a new toner in the printer, I want the Toner Out message to disappear.

How do I make the message go away?
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Re: Laserjet 4100N Toner Out Error Message

Edward,

Try shuting the printer off and hold down the left side of the "Item" key and left side of the "Value Key" while you turn the printer on. It will get rid of the message and reset the count and turn the light "off".

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Re: Laserjet 4100N Toner Out Error Message

I tried 3 times to turn off the printer and then turn on while holding down the left side of the two buttons and no change. The TONER OUT message continues to be displayed.
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