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CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 TONER CARTRIDGE

Canon ImageRunner 1310 Toner Cartridge - 5,300 Pages
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Price:  $11.89
Product Description
Canon ImageRunner 1310 Toner Cartridge - 5,300 Pages

This Toner Cartridge prints 5300 pages with an average 5% page coverage. The amount of pages can vary depending upon the amount of ink printed onto each page. (5% page coverage is a standard Canon specification)


This product comes with a 6 month Warranty against any defects (including free replacement). We stand behind our products 100%, as these are not manufactured by Canon.

Why toner? Why not call it ink? Regular ink dries quickly, which is why cartridges for inkjet printers do not last long. Laser Printers use toner, which is ink in the form of powder. A sealed toner cartridge can be stored for 2+ years prior to usage.


Product Manuals
When do I Replace a Toner Cartridge in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
You should replace the toner cartridge installed in your Canon ImageRunner 1310 if any of the listed problems persists.
The message [TONER LEVEL LOW] is displayed
The message [TONER EMPTY] is displayed
Poor print quality
How to Install a Toner Cartridge in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
In the initial step of the replacement procedure, you must open the toner supply cover, and then pull the lever of the exhausted toner cartridge towards you. After that, you must release the exhausted toner cartridge by turning its lever clockwise, and then remove the exhausted component by pulling it straight towards you. Now, you must take the new toner cartridge out of the protective box, and then shake it several times from side to side. In the next step of the replacement procedure, you must insert the new toner cartridge into the slot, and then remove the sealing tape. Once the new toner cartridge inserted, you must turn its lever counterclockwise, and then close the lever. Finally, you must close the toner supply cover of your Canon ImageRunner 1310.
How to Install a Main Motor in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
In the first step of the replacement procedure, you must make sure that your Canon ImageRunner 1310 is switched off, and then unplug the power cord. After that, you must remove the upper cover, and then remove the PCB of the image processor. Now, you must remove the NCU PCB, and then remove the PCB of the modular jack. In the next step of the replacement procedure, you must detach the gear of the registration roller, and then remove the screws securing the plate. After that, you must remove the plate, and then detach the three hooks of the main motor. Once you have detached the hooks, you must unplug the three connectors, and then detach the harness. Next, you must remove the seven screws that secure the exhausted main motor to the main frame, and then remove the exhausted component. Finally, you must unpack the new main motor, and then install it by executing the current procedure in reverse order.
How to Install an Analog Processor PCB in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
Initially, you must switch the Canon ImageRunner 1310 off, and then remove the copyboard glass. After that, you must slide the contact sensor to the center, and then detach the cover by releasing the hook. Now, you must unplug the two connectors, remove the two screws, and then remove the grounding plate. In the next step of the replacement procedure, you must move the reader unit, and then remove the three screws located under the reader unit. Once you have removed the screws, you must detach the cover, and then remove the grounding cover. Finally, you must remove the analog processor PCB, and then install the replacement component by executing the current procedure in reverse order.
How to Install a Sensor PCB in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
In the initial step of the replacement procedure, you must make sure that the Canon ImageRunner 1310 is switched off, and then unplug the power cord. After that, you must remove the ADF, and then remove the copyboard glass. Now, you must slide the contact sensor to the center, and then detach the upper cover by removing the two screws. In the next step of the replacement procedure, you must remove the sensor flag along with the spring, and then unplug the connector. Finally, you must detach the sensor PCB by removing the two screws, and then install the replacement component by executing the current procedure in reverse order.
How to Install a Reader Motor Drive Unit in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
You must start the replacement procedure by removing the copyboard glass. Then, you must detach the contact sensor from the drive belt. In the next step of the replacement procedure, you must remove the cover and the screw, and then move the reader unit to the left. After that, you must detach the grounding plates by removing the four screws, and then unplug the connector. Finally, you must remove the reader motor drive unit by pulling it to the right, and then install the replacement component by executing the current procedure in reverse order.
How to Install a Reader Unit in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
Initially, you must make sure that your Canon ImageRunner 1310 is switched off, and then remove the rear cover. After that, you must remove the ADF, and then remove the retainer for the flexible cable. Now, you must unplug the two connectors, and then remove the retainer of the harness. In the next step of the replacement procedure, you must remove the control panel from the Canon ImageRunner 1310, and then detach the two stoppers of the reader unit by removing the four screws. Finally, you must remove the reader unit, and then install the replacement component by executing the current procedure in reverse order.
How to Install a Laser Scanner Unit in the Canon ImageRunner 1310
In the first step of the replacement procedure, you must switch the Canon ImageRunner 1310 off, and then unplug the power cord. After that, you must slide the reader unit away, and then open the cartridge cover. Now, you must open the manual feed tray, and then detach the right cover by removing the two screws. In the next step of the replacement procedure, you must remove the toner supply cover, and then remove the control panel. Once the control panel is removed, you must remove the paper cassette, and then remove the mounting screw of the front cover. Next, you must remove the front cover by releasing the five hooks, and then remove the reader unit. After that, you must release the hook of the cartridge cover, and then detach the cartridge cover by removing the two ribs. Now, you must remove the upper cover, and then unplug the three connectors of the laser scanner unit. In the next step, you must detach the plate by removing the two screws, and then remove the four mounting screws from the laser scanner unit. Finally, you must remove the laser scanner unit, and then install the replacement component by executing the current procedure in reverse order.
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 FUSER FILM SLEEVE
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Fixing Film Sleeve
 

Price:  $24.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 FUSER ASSEMBLY UNIT
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Fuser Assembly Unit (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $206.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 DEVELOPER
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Developer Unit (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $271.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 RETAINER SHAFT MAINTENANCE KIT
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Retainer Shaft Maintenance Kit
Canon

Price:  $48.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 FUSER GEAR
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Pressure Roller Gear - 26 Teeth
 

Price:  $6.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 TRAY 1 PICKUP ROLLER
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Tray 1 Pickup Roller
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Price:  $9.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 LOWER FUSER ROLLER
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Lower Fuser Pressure Roller
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Price:  $19.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 DELIVERY LEVER
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Delivery Lever Exit Flag (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $8.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 FUSER GEAR
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Fuser Gear (OEM) 14 Teeth
Canon

Price:  $6.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 LOWER FUSER ROLLER BUSHING
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Lower Fuser Roller Bushing (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $6.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 FUSER GEAR
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Fuser Gear (OEM) 15 Teeth
Canon

Price:  $6.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Paper Cassette Pickup Roller (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $5.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 FUSER FIXING FILM ASSEMBLY
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Fuser Fixing Film Assembly (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $134.89
CANON IMAGERUNNER 1310 FUSER SENSOR LEVER SPRING
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Fuser Sensor Lever Torsion Spring (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $6.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 UPPER FUSER SEPARATION GUIDE
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Upper Fuser Separation Guide (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $9.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 FIXING UNIT COVER
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Fixing Unit Cover (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $11.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 UPPER FIXING INLET GUIDE
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Upper Fixing Inlet Guide (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $14.89
IMAGERUNNER 1310 REAR DEVELOPER CARTRIDGE GUIDE
Canon imageRUNNER 1310 Rear Developer Cartridge Guide (OEM)
Canon

Price:  $6.89


Canon imageRunner 1310 Printer Review


Overview:

The Canon imageRUNNER 1310 is a versatile workgroup printer. It can print and copy up to rates of 13 pages per minute. You won’t have to wait vary long for the first print to come out. It will be in your hand in just 13 seconds. Output quality with the Canon imageRunner 1310 is outstanding.


Pros:

The Canon imageRunner 1310 is easy to use. Just install the drivers and plug it in and you can start printing. The machine uses a one-color printer toner system that requires a single black imageRUNNER 1310 toner cartridge. Toner cartridges yield approximately 5,300 pages.

This printer can support a variety of media types such as envelopes, transparencies, labels, and regular paper. It has a paper capacity of 600 pages with a 100-sheet manual stack bypass tray and a standard 500-page capacity cassette tray that supports letter and legal-sized media.

Output quality with the Canon imageRunner 1310 is superb. It can produce text that is perfect for professional use. This device will solve the printing needs of any business. One can connect to the laser machine via USB or ethernet base, which allows networking in the office. The Canon imageRUNNER 1310 is ideal for businesses on a limited budget.


Cons:

The paper handling capacity of the Canon imageRunner 1310 is limited at 600 sheets.



 
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