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How do I find the old imaging unit and replace it with the new one?

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This si the drum unit

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Check the cyan image unit. Pull it out and shake side to side to spread the developer in side the image unit along the whole length of the image unit. Then reseat the image unit. if the code comes back replace the image unit with a NEW one do not use old one hanging around. Also recommend using OEM cartridge.3rd party can cause problems. could also be a circuit board (Expensive). But have a tech re-flash firmware before replacing board

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Remove the imaging unit from the copier. Unscrew the sides. Remove the old drum. Replace with the new one. Clean the blade and everything of imaging unit including the waste or recycle part.

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Open the front door/cover.Slightly push down the imaging unit which you want to replace.Pull the imaging unit outward, make sure first push it downward then pull it out towards yourself.Imaging unit will come out easily.After doing this, open up the new imaging unit.Remove its covering.Now put it straight, Green drum should be downward.Fit it to the machine from where you pulled out the old one.There are sliding at both side of imaging unit.make sure it sits perfectly in the machine gap.after inserting the imaging unit push it inward until it stops.If you heard a clicking sound then it means imaging unit has been fitted.

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Nancy, Your imaging unit has a limited lifecycle. Documentation states that it can make 24,000 B&W pages and 6,000 color. The message is telling you that you are getting close to that limit. Eventually you printer will stop printing, and your messahe will state "Replace imaging unit". This can be done by you. It is very easy to do. The imaging unit is fairly expensive: around $150 or more depending on the merchant and shipping charges.
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There is a defect in the Imaging Unit of these printers....if you replace the imaging unit, the problem of the faded black prints go away. If you have less than 7000 prints, you can call Samsung for a warrantied replacement. The Imaging Unit is supposed to last at least 20,000 prints.

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