Photoconductor/OPC/ Drum Unit Reset
Printer manufacturers sell printers pre-programmed to run the "Photoconductor Unit" up to a certain number of prints. Once that count is reached the machine will "Lock Up" until you purchase a new Photoconductor (Drum) Unit.
If your machine was printing good copies when the "replace drum message" appeared you can use our reset chips/fuses to extend the life drum unit.
(Certain drum units also need the waste toner section to be emptied.Our instructions will show you how)
For more information visit our toner refill links below
Different printer Manufacturers use different cartridge designs so your cartridge might vary in exact detail from the examples above, but the principle will be the same. You may also need to change a chip or reset the cartridge - our instructions will show you how.
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