Performing a cold reset on your Laser Printer- Article #1

Solving potential issues with a cold reset-Artcle #1

If you’re experiencing issues with your new toner cartridges possibly giving you an error upon inserting them there is a fix. It’s not uncommon for a printer to misread both an OEM and a compatible printer cartridge. Follow these simple steps to do a cold reset on your printer ensure the process is smooth.

Laser Printer Cold Reset:

1. Shut down printer and unplug from wall.

2. Let sit without power for at least 5-10 minutes.

3. Remove toner cartridge(s) and restart printer without cartridges installed.

4.When “no toner” error displays, install toner cartridge(s), beginning with the one that was giving an error message.

After inserting all of the cartridges the printer should be working as it once did. If for some reason preforming the cold reset has not fixed the issue please by all means do not hesitate to contact us as we’d be more than happy to assist you with your product. we can be reached at 877-822-8650 or at is consistently looking to provide you with the most up to date compatible printer supplies to satisfy our continuously ever growing customer base. We provide you with a comprehensive collection of both color and monochrome printing supplies. If you experience a product or service that you have a question in regard to, or don’t see listed, please feel free to contact us at 877-822-8659. Our customer support representatives would definitely be very happy to provide assistance. provides a complete line of printer ink cartridges and Printer toner cartridges guaranteed by an industry favorite, lifetime warranty. For inquiries kindly feel free to call at 1-877-822-8659. additionally you can email us at Thank you for spending some time to visit our blog. Have a remarkable day!

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