How to refill toner cartridges HP Q6000 black? (printer HP 2600n)
Can anyone help me to teach where to pierce a hole(s) to remove residual toner powder, where to put fresh toner powder, how much quantity to inject inside the cartridge and how to reset the toner cartridge after refilling?
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Re: How to refill toner cartridges HP Q6000 black?...
HERE ON THE RED POINT you must to open a hole of 5mm, and with and vaccum, aspire all the residual toner.
HERE THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPEN THE CARTRIDGE
http://www.uninetimaging.com/newsletter/HP_2600_Reman_Eng.pdf WHEN you separate the cartridge in two parts, PAGE 10, fig 9 lOOK the right part, in there, you must open a hole for put fresh toner, the hole must be around 2 cm, and the quiantity is 80GR of toner. Unlock after recharged cartridges for the printer to stop printing without changing the chip
For that we must go to the printer control panel
1 Main Page (Press the green button) 2 × SET SYSTEM (Das to the arrows until you see and then press the green button) 3 • Print quality (Das to the arrows until you see and then press the green button) 4 · replace consumables (Das to the arrows until you see and then press the green button) 5 · IGNORE SOLD, confirmed and ready, with the green button
Now the printer will begin to recognize your chips calibrated and spent.
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there are some possibilities for this problem.
i will explain it.
1) First of all check out if the toner is full ,half or near to empty.
There is no exact procedure to check the powder left in the toner without opening the toner.but in one toner there comes about near to 1500 copies.if you have got about 1200 to 1300 copies.then its quite possible that the power left is near to empty so the streaks comes on the paper due to less powder left.many times in this case removing and shaking the toner then reinserting the toner again and checking the printout helps.
2) But if you are sure that toner is not empty then other possibility is.in the toner cartridge there is a aluminium drum.its easily seen in the cartridge.once you remove the cartridge. if that drum is got very much used then due to that drum the streaks appear.fox example.if the drum is new the print is very dark.if the drum gets old the print gets very light or with streaks or faded print.
3) Now if drum and toner powder both are proper and still the problem then its the fault in the printer.in your printer there is some toner powder got spilled out on the inner parts from where the printing paper passes.so when the paper passes from the part where the powder is fallen or got collected then the streaks comes.in this case the printer needs internal cleaning and servicing.
4) but in some cases it has been noticed that internal powder of the toner becomes moist and very hard to come out from the toner for printing.in this case either toner needs to be refilled or toner needs to be replaced.you can get the toner refilled from local cartridge refilling store or local stationery shops dealing in cartridge refillings.The cartridge refilling shops also have the same printer for checking the cartridge.so at the refilling shop it will be confirmed whether the fault is in cartridge or printer.
This will help. Thanks .
The printer doesn't use ink, it uses toner, a black powder. The toner is then pushed onto the page using magnetic force and fused to the paper using a laser. Which replaces the traditional "ink injection" method.
The toner cartridge is a black unit that pulls out located behind the top access panel in the front. This unit contains a glass drum and behind it a well of toner powder. Usually you have to replace the entire unit.
There are toner cartridges with plastic caps which can be removed and then refilled with the powder. However, this powder is messy, difficult to manage, and eventually the drum will become scratched and worn since it is not really designed for prolonged use. So I recommend just replacing it.
While the toner cartridge will run more than ink. The frequency with which you have to replace it is significantly less. So while ink can run you as much as $0.25 a page when you factor in the wear and tear on the printer. Laser printers are more along the lines of $0.04 a page.
If you replace the toner, read the directions carefully and be sure to remove the plastic shipping strip from the side of the cartridge. This strip is used to hold the toner in the cartridge while it ships and will keep it from working properly.
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It really is a simple problem that should be handled by you with a phone call rather than a lengthy internet procedure. I pulled out the toner tray and the bottom tray remained while the top came off and the powder spilled everywhere. I don't want to use a household vacuum on it. It is a mess. I need an approach to unhook the stuck bottom toner tray of the Mita DC 1455 (an old but serviceable copier) and replace the spilled toner with a new module. And how do I clean up spilled fine toner powder which is everywhere?
If you open your printer front and pull out all the toner cartridges, on the left, you will see 4 LED lights vertically in a column that match up with 4 matching red light receptor sensors on the right side. Each toner cartridge has a tiny window on each side. When the toner powder level drops below the window level, a light passes all the way through the cartridge from the LED light to the light receptor and trips the printer to display the low toner warning.
The goal is to BLOCK THE LIGHT. The easiest way is to put electrical tape over the window on the right side of each cartridge window. To ensure you have the proper hole, just shine a flashlight in the hole and you will see the reflection from the tiny plastic window.
We've printed for years using gallon jugs of waste toner nabbed from Quick Print Shop* dumpsters. We just pop the white plug on our cartriges, fold a paper plate into 4ths, snip the tip to make a funnel, and dump it in a half cup at a time!