Zhono Instructs Resetting of Lexmark CS421 Series Drum Chips
From a newly-released video, Yana from Zhono demonstrates how to reset a Lexmark CS421 series OEM drum chip with a Zhono chip.
First, print the Supplies Status page. The number of [Sides on Supply] for the [Imaging Kit] is 24, and it will turn to 0 after the OEM drum chip is reset.
Now, let’s reset the drum chip. It is suggested to reset the chip with the machine powered off.
Please remove the front cover and the cartridge.
Before resetting, you should disconnect the ribbon cable from the machine.
Then take out the Zhono compatible chip for the Lexmark CS421 series and connect it to a Type C cable (please note that you should keep the Type C cable powered on).
The indicator light on the right side of the chip flashes slowly, which indicates that the chip is a brand-new chip.
There are four toner chip holders here. You can insert the Zhono chip into any one of them.
After inserting the Zhono chip, the indicator light of the chip flashes fast, which indicates that the drum chip is resetting.
When you finish resetting, the indicator light remains on.
Finally, let’s recover the machine and then print the Supplies Status page. You will see the number of [Sides on Supply] for the [Imaging Kit] turns to 0. This means the OEM drum chip was reset.
“We hope this video is helpful for those of you who work on machine maintenance or leases,” said Yana.
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