Question about Dell 3110cn Laser Printer
Error came up between 2 printing sessions. Reseated Magenta cartridge and also followed the steps here : http://en.community.dell.com/forums/t/18111151.aspx
SOURCE: RESTART Printer
The new magenta cartridge you put in is bad. If you put the old one back in then you get the low toner message. Take the new cartridge back and get another new one. I found the answer on the dell troubleshoot website
Posted on May 18, 2009
Hit the options button (just under the digital display on the printer) (and between the two arrows) 10 times. The hit the +arrow once to change. Go through the change motions again and you should get a new ink read.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: Error 003-343 Dell 3110cn
Open the printer using the button on the side top right. You will see two gray things with arrows going left and right. move them both two where you can take out the piece it is hold in. Pull out the large piece and put it back in. Close the two gray things to lock it back into place. Close the printer and restart it. It should fix your issue. It must of became loose at one point when I was moving so I fiddled with it and turns out that was the issue. It works great now!!
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: Dell 3110cn Error 024-695
Hey guys. Dont assume i know alot about printers, because i dont, but after some looking around the loading tray i found the problem. At the right side of the loading tray, more towards the back, are 3 white plastic things that sorta stick out, however one of them on mine seemed broken and didnt stick out, these devices seemed to be attached to some sort of lever, anyways... i just stuck a compressed lump of foil underneath it to make sure it did stick out, not exactly the best of solutions but it worked for me :) . If you flip the printer upsidedown you can notice to which parts the white deivices correspond too. i hope this helps someone, and that it wasnt too confusing :P.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
SOURCE: my dell 3110cn printer is
This error message indicates that the printer has failed to read information from the chip on the black printer cartridge.
This is either.
1. Black cartridge not fully pushed into place (I've been called out to a couple like this)
2. Faulty chip on the black cartridge - effectively not responding to the printer 'talking' to it.
3. Fault on the main board of the printer.
1. Push the cartridge fully home.
2,3. If you have an old black cartridge, try that. The message should change to Replace Toner, if it does, its the chip on the cartridge, if it doesn't its the printer.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
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