REQUIRED FOR A SUCCESSFUL REFILL:
- 1 funnel cap
- 1 hole plug
- Toner Hole Making Tool
General Refilling Procedures:
Rest the Hole Making Tool on its stand and plug into an outlet. Wait 3 full minutes before using. Position the copper bit on the cartridge in the spot indicated by the photograph and push gently until it melts a hole in the cartridge. Remove the tool, place it back on its stand and unplug it. If the small piece of plastic has fallen into the cartridge, it must be removed, as this can damage your cartridge or cause print defects. If the piece remains in the tool, wait for the tool to cool down and pry it out.
Before opening the bottle of toner, turn it upside down and tap it on a table to loosen the toner and allow it to flow freely. Remove the cap and pull the seal off the bottle. Attach the funnel cap making to sure it is on tightly. Tilt the funnel cap toward the filling hole and insert it into the hole. If the toner stops flowing before the cartridge is full, simply remove the toner, close the cap, turn the bottle upside down and tap it on a table. Once the cartridge is full seal the hole with the plug.
Do not press down on the plug since the cartridge is resting on a table this can actually damage the photo-optic drum. Instead hold one end of the cartridge up off the table and twist the plug until it fully sealed. Now gently shake the cartridge side to side to distribute the toner.
NOTE: If after the cartridge is refilled and it starts to print gray smudges or smears along the margin, the waste hopper could be full. Please refer to the supplemental instructions for emptying the waste hopper.