Question about Dell 5110cn Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Trying cleaning the black LED's that are on the top portion of the open clamshell. Use rubbing alcohol on a rag and wipe each bar x4/. These units charge the drum surface where print is going. This should work.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
SOURCE: Color Faded
This sounds like a typical Developer Drive failure. The Developer Drive for color is different that the black developer drive. This is why black can print fine, but colors are faint or non existant. see below,a recent bullitin about this exact issue from Dell. ( the ROS, is the printhead, and is located behind the 4 developers.
Print Quality Issue
1. Problem: - Color images are extremely faint or not produced, but black images are produced without any problem.
Resolution: - Replace Developer drive assembly (H6702) and clean ROS Window/Glass.
If you chose to persue this repair, you can probably find a replacement developer drive by doing either a google search for the part number listed ( H6702 ) or an ebay search for the same. We can also provide you with removal and replacement instructions.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
the red color contains the blue and magenta colors so your problem is not printing blue insted of red , your red laser miror is dirty from inside you should open the back of the printer then open the laser scaner then clean it then replace it
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Could be the connections to the cartidge are not making good contact. I have witnessed similar events. A simple suggestion to try before throwing out your printer -- clean the connection pins where the printer interfaces with the cartridge. Remove both cartridges. You'll see the connection pins low in the cartridge carriage. I suggest the eraser end of a pencil -- a new/soft eraser will work best. These pins are spring loaded, but will return to proper position once you remove the pencil eraser. Be careful to not press too hard -- not enough force to bend the pin.
Occasionally the problem is not with the printer pins but rather the cartridge contact plates. A cotton ball or swab with a mild cleaning solvent can clean these contacts. Be careful to remove any foreign material from the surfaces before replacing. And be careful with the print head itself -- it can release ink without notice!
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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