Question about Xerox Phaser 6110 All-In-One Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sometimes on this machine as there is a lot of loose toner around it can cover over the sensors in the machine, what I would advise is to remove all the toner cartridges and check for the copper contacts on both the machine and under the imagining unit (which the toner is placed in). Once you have cleaned that away slowly close the lid and reboot the machine and it should return to normal. Its just toner getting caught up in the sensors. Follow the instructions below, when you remove the unit, lift it over your head to find the copper contacts and clean them, be careful not to spill toner everywhere. Good luck!
Reseating the imaging unit
Remove the toner cartridge:
The imaging units are sensitive to light. Do not expose the imaging units to light any longer than necessary to remove it and cover it. Failure to follow these instructions may damage the imaging units.
Reseat the imaging unit:
Reinstall the toner cartridge:
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Toner, developer, drums and chips are all available for the Xerox 6280. Some of the aftermarket (non OEM) toner for this printer is excellent, and some quite poor.
As with all toner cartridge remanufacture (and that is what it should be - not just topping up, or refilling), cleaning the cartridge (of remaining unused toner), emptying the waste toner, and cleaning the components is vital to a succesful cartridge.
The toner powder is a very small particle size, and is so small that it will pass right through the filter of ordinary vaccums (specialist toner vacs have a special filter that IS fine enough to trap toner)
If you do this at home, without the right extraction and filtration equipment, you'll have toner all over.
The drum is very vulnerable to damage through careless handling of the cartridge (as there is no built-in drum shutter), and (for the same reason) is also prone to light damage if exposed to strong light for more than a short time.
Don't leave a cartridge (even with a 'clip on' drum cover fitted), in bright light. The gap between the two halves of the cartridge is enough to allow light to act on the drum and damage it. Cover the cartridge completely, of put it in a light proof bag if it is to be left out of the printer for a while.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Just google Xerox 6125 chip and you will find a couple of sources. The ink will need to be added also.
You can often times find them on E-bay.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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