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How To Fix Xerox printer “Non-Genuine” Cartridge Message

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If you are seeing a "Non-Genuine" cartridge message on your Xerox printer, it means that the printer is unable to detect a genuine Xerox cartridge installed in the printer. This issue can occur due to various reasons, including the use of third-party or refilled cartridges, outdated printer firmware, or a damaged cartridge. 

Causes:

  1. Use of third-party or refilled cartridges: Xerox printers are designed to work best with genuine Xerox cartridges. If you are using a third-party or refilled cartridge, it may not be recognized by the printer, and you may see a "Non-Genuine" cartridge message.
  2. Outdated printer firmware: Xerox releases firmware updates to improve printer performance and functionality. If your printer's firmware is outdated, it may not recognize newer cartridges, and you may see a "Non-Genuine" cartridge message.
  3. Damaged cartridge: A damaged or faulty cartridge may also cause a "Non-Genuine" cartridge message to appear on your printer. This can happen if the cartridge has been mishandled or if it is past its expiration date.

 

Solutions:

  1. Use genuine Xerox cartridges: The best solution to prevent the "Non-Genuine" cartridge message is to use genuine Xerox cartridges. Xerox cartridges are specifically designed for your printer and provide optimal performance and reliability. Genuine Xerox cartridges come with a guarantee that they will work seamlessly with your printer.
  2. Update printer firmware: If your printer's firmware is outdated, it may not recognize newer cartridges, resulting in the "Non-Genuine" cartridge message. To update the firmware, go to the Xerox website and look for the firmware update for your printer model. Follow the instructions to download and install the update on your printer.
  3. Check the cartridge: If you are using a genuine Xerox cartridge and still seeing the "Non-Genuine" cartridge message, there may be an issue with the cartridge itself. Check the cartridge for any visible damage, leaks, or signs of wear and tear. If the cartridge appears to be damaged, replace it with a new one.
  4. Reset the printer: Sometimes, resetting the printer can resolve the "Non-Genuine" cartridge message. Turn off the printer and unplug it from the power source. Wait for a few minutes, and then plug the printer back in and turn it on. Check if the message has disappeared.
  5. Contact Xerox support: If none of the above solutions work, contact Xerox support for assistance. The support team can help diagnose the issue and provide you with the appropriate solution.

 

Conclusion :

The "Non-Genuine" cartridge message on your Xerox printer can occur due to various reasons, including the use of third-party or refilled cartridges, outdated printer firmware, or a damaged cartridge. To prevent this message from appearing, use genuine Xerox cartridges, keep your printer firmware up to date, and ensure that the cartridges are not damaged. If you continue to see the message despite taking these steps, contact Xerox Printer Repair support for further assistance. If you are unable to resolve the issue on your own, don't hesitate to contact Xerox support for assistance.

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