Question about Xerox Phaser 7300DN Laser Printer
I have been told my Phaser 7300 needs a new Toner sensor board. Is this something I can replace myself or is there calibration that a service technician needs to do?
Before replacing the board, check the toner dispenser.
the dispenser is the black plastic assembly around the toner cartridge. If you remove the front cover, sort of brown, look at the dispenser auger, it is surronnded by a very soft plastic sleve.
I suspect most likely that dispenser or auger is the problem.
I would say that is the more likely problem, in the 80 pecent range.
It may just need vacuumed out.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
If you are comfortable taking apart your machine you could probably do it. The part can be ordered from a reseller online. The service manual for how to do it can also be downloaded from online sources. The service manual does not make a recomendation for any calibrations after replacing this part. Although a standard color calobration never hurts. But for the cost of the part, and one to two hundred bucks, you could get it fixed by a Certified Xerox Service Provider that will guarantee their work.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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