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Re: Dell 5110cn OEM question
Yes. However it is not identical. Other then the NVRAM being different, there are differences in the toner and imaging units that make them incompatible/ not interchangable.
Many manufactures re-manufacture printers and brand them with the retailers name. Most of the time, with Dell, they actually provide a more encompassing warranty on the Dell Branded product then the original product from the manufacturer.
For instance, where you might need to purchase a maintenance kit on product X, the maintenance kit for the Dell branded X is included.
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There is no way to reset the Dell 5110 fuser 310-8729 (also known as TD218 and other numbers)
The connector in the fuser holds the page count. If you printed 200 pages on a fuser and moved it to another printer, you'd see it follow the fuser.
You may have put a non-compatible fuser, or it may be depleted already, or there is a circuit board problem.
Safe , most likely, recommended? I don't recommend using generic supplies in anything but ink ket printers. By that I mean the liquid inks. The toner is a phaser is pretty unique, and the OEM toner is by far the best way to go.
This may not solve your problem but it did mine when I got the "reseat cartridge" error. I had inadvertently ordered the cartridge for the 5100cn, which looks exactly the same as the 5110cn and actually fits if you order the generic version (the Dell 5100cn cartridge looks like the 5110cn but doesn't quite fit).
So, first make sure that you ordered the 5110cn cartridge. (And if you need two opened 5100cn cartridges, I've got them up on ebay :( !!!!)
I had the same exact issue with my 5110cn printer. It turned out that the 5100 fuser is wrong for this printer and will not work. The 5110 has a circuit board on the inside and the 5100 fuser does not. Dell item number KX491 with a BCN # of 652423 works perfectly.