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This indicates a faulty toner cartridge, which is not uncommon with third party cartridges. What I would suggest is replacing it with an brand new OEM cartridge. Third party cartridges and refilled cartridges can do damage to the printer over time. Even in the short term, they don't always have a reset chip on them that is correctly programmed. And this is necessary to reset the counter. If it didn't do the reset when you installed it, then it didn't have that chip, or the chip wasn't working. And that chip only works once and then blows like a fuse. So replacement of the cartridge, preferably with a new OEM cartridge, would have the best chance of solving the problem.