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HP4000 "load micr toner" message

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HP4000 "load micr toner" message.
I had reset the printer to default factory settings and it worked good for about a week.  However, this week that message is back "load micr toner".  Tried to reset default factory settings but now get message: 79.00FE Printer Error.

Does anybody have any idea how to fix?  Thanks in advance
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The 79.00FE error is usually caused by a problem with one of the memory dimms. Try reseating any memory dimms installed in the printer. How did you reset to factory settings? Do you mean that you performed a cold reset?

As for the "load micr toner" message, are you trying to print a MICR document? I found a .pdf document discussing this problem and it stated "If a MICR print job begins and the printer has a regular toner cartridge present, the printer will stop and prompt the operator to install a MICR toner cartridge.
Look at the following link:
http://www.sourcetech.com/documents/Departmental_MICR_mnl.pdf
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