Before installing a new toner cartridge or should you be setting up a new printer, it is highly recommended that you shake the toner cartridge before installing it, especially if it is a 45k-yield cartridge.
Doing so will help distribute the toner inside that might have become stuck or caked during its shipping, and thus you can eliminate any possible print quality issue in the future or a 31.66 error code.
How to properly shake the toner cartridge
Play the video below and watch the proper way of shaking the toner cartridge. It is recommended to follow the procedure three times.
- You will need QuickTime to be able to play the video file. Click the button to download QuickTime now.
- A pop up message might appear saying: QuickTime Player needs your permission to run. Click "Always run on this site.”
- If the 31.66 error persists, please contact Lexmark Technical Support for additional troubleshooting suggestions.
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