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5100cn error 016-310

Where do I locate the controller card

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  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2008

    Dell said I have to replace it. $291+!

  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2008

    Dell said mine has to be replaced. $291+!

  • mavellan Feb 26, 2009

    I was able to get past the "016-310 Restart Printer"message by holding down the menu key upon booting the DELL 5100cn printer. I was then prompted to insert a toner for each color despite having all the toners in place. All the toner cartridges were DELL except for a BLACK Media Sciences toner. I swapped out the toner cartridges with Media Sciences toner cartridges and was able to print to the printer. I still get the error message with the old toner in the printer when power cycling the printer.

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The only way is to replace it. This costs around $290+.

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The controller card on the 5100CN is located at the rear of the printer.
Rotate open the paper tray cover, remove the 3 screws securing the controller card assembly to the chassis. ( one at the bottom middle, one at each of the top two corners ), and slide the assembly towards you to remove.

NOTE: If you have a replacement Controller card that you are going to replace, you must migrate the existing NVRAM Chip from the old card to the new card. Even if the replacement card contains an NVRAM Chip, the old chip must be used in order to prevent an NVAM error.

Also ensure use of proper ESD Handling proceedures to prevent damage to the board and NVRAM Chip.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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