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Gestetner (richo, rex rotary) Dsc 224 Copier problem

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We have a rex-rotary Dsc 224 Copy machine.
Unfortunately it is so old, that the service contract has run out on it, and we must service it ourselves.

No it is showing that the return depository for toner 1 is full.
Any idea how to empty this?
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Open the front cover.
There are 2 balck plastic waste bottles, one is at the bottom, to the right of the toner cartridges, the other is higher up and further right.
they slide out after releasing the latch.
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