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CONSUMABLES AND MAINTENANCE
This section deals with the replacement of the toner cartridge and image drum and general
CONSUMABLE ORDER DETAILS
Please always use genuine consumables.
TONER CARTRIDGE LIFE
How long your toner cartridge lasts depends on the print density; the percentage of the
page that prints black. A typical letter has 3% to 5% print density; graphics usually have
higher density. Higher print density means toner is used up faster. At 5% print density, a
standard toner cartridge will print an averag e of 3500 pages. Remember, this is only an
average:actual re sults may vary.
The first toner cartridge installed in a new pr inter has to fill the image drum reservoir and
saturate the developing roller with toner. Th e toner cartridge that is supplied with this
printer normally produces about 1,500 pages after installation.
WHEN TO REPLACE THE TONER CARTRIDGE
When the toner is running low, TONER LOW is displayed in the operator panel LCD. After
Toner Low displays, the printer will print ab out 100 more pages then display Toner Empty
and stop printing. Printing will resume after a new toner cartridge has been installed.
REPLACING THE TONER CARTRIDGE
It is recommended that you clean the LED arra y at the same time as you change the toner
The toner used in this printer is a very fine dry powder contained in the toner cartridge.
Have a sheet of paper handy so that you have somewhere to place the used cartridge while
you install the new one.
Dispose of the old cartridge re sponsibly, inside the pack that the new one came in. Follow
any regulations, recommendations, etc., which may be in force concerning waste recycling.
Toner, standard, B410d, B410dn, B430d,
B430dn, B440dn 3500 A4 @
ISO/IEC1975243979102 (EU only)
Toner, high capacity, B430d, B430dn, B440dn
B440dn 7,000 A4 @
43979202 (EU only)
10000 A4 @
ISO/IEC19752 43979207 (EU only)
Image drum 25,000 A4 pages 43979002
> Never expose a toner cartridge to an open flame. It can cause
an explosion and you can be burned.
> Be sure to switch off and unplu g the machine before accessing
the interior of a machine for cleaning, maintenance or fault
clearance. Access to a live machin e’s interior can cause electric
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