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5 Products for the Dell 1110 Laser Printer
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Toner Cartridge - Dell 1110 Laser Printer - 3,000Pages
  OVER 100

Price:  $21.89
Product Description
Toner Cartridge for Dell 1110 Laser Printer

This toner cartridge prints 3000 pages with average 5% coverage (Nearly all Printer manufacturers base their ink/toner cartridge yields on 5% page coverage).

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 Dell.

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
How to Replace the Toner Cartridge in the Dell 1110 Laser Printer
Replacement of the toner cartridge for the Dell 1110 printer begins by determining if it is out of toner. If the printer prints out completely white sheets of paper, then it is obviously out of toner, but before this happens the device will print lighter and lighter output. It is best to keep a fresh toner cartridge handy so that when the consumable does run out, users will be ready for a quick replacement.

Any time the level of print saturation becomes unsatisfactory, it is acceptable to replace the toner cartridge for this unit, as it will soon run out anyway. Begin by opening the front cover of the unit by the small grip tabs located on either side of the cover. It should pop open easily.

Remove the toner cartridge by holding its convenient handle and pulling it free from the machine. The old toner cartridge can be stored in the packaging container from the new one and then sent off for recycling.

Unpack the new toner cartridge and hold it on both sides, then rock it back and forth a few times and shake it lightly to distribute the toner inside that may have settled during shipping. If you happen to get toner on your clothing, always use cold water to wash it out as hot water will set the toner.

The new toner cartridge will have a green underside that must never be touched directly as this will shorten the life of the cartridge. Locate the protective tape on the front center of the cartridge and remove it as if this is not removed, the cartridge will not be able to print.

To install the cartridge into the printer, match the pegs on the cartridge with the grooves in the unit and slide it all the way into place. Close the front cover and installation is complete.
Cleaning the Inside of the Dell 1110 Laser Printer
To maximize the lifespan of the Dell 1110 it is important to clean the inside of the unit from time to time. Dust and toner can gather inside the unit and eventually build up enough so as to cause paper feed problems and static electricity problems. It is a good idea to simply clean the inside of the printer when the toner cartridge is being changed as access to the innards of the unit will be available. Otherwise, simply remove the toner cartridge for cleaning and store it in a dark place while it is outside of the unit.

Cleaning the exterior of the unit should be done with a damp cloth, but the inside of the machine should only be wiped with a dry, soft, lint free one. When using a damp cloth on the exterior, always be sure that no actual drips of water slip into the machine.

Be careful to never make contact with the electrodes inside the machine when wiping with your bare hands as this could cause shock and malfunction. Take the dry cloth and, as best as can be done with gentle wiping, clear off dust and toner from inside the unit. Reinstall the cartridge and close the front cover to the unit when finished.
Dell 1110 - Toner Cartridge 2Pack - 3000 Pages Each
  OVER 100

Price:  $41.89
Dell 1110 Toner Cartridge -manufactured by Dell (2000 Pages)

Price:  $94.89
Dell 1110 MICR Toner For Printing Checks - 3,000 Pages
  OVER 50

Price:  $59.89
Dell 1110 Paper Rubber Pickup Roller Tire (OEM)

Price:  $17.89

Dell 1110 Review


As some of the most affordable, compact laser printers available, Dell’s line of personal laser printers, featuring the Dell 1110, is worth taking a look at for the low price alone. This device, though a bare bones unit, can produce documents at a very low cost per page and would be a good option for one with simple work demands.


Dell has only been in the printer market for less than ten years, getting their start in 2003 with their first model. Most of their designs were originally built my Lexmark which is a trustworthy brand of its own, but Dell focused on the personal user market base and thus devices like the Dell 1110 were seen. This compact, very desktop friendly unit has a simplistic look and very basic functionality. It is also not the most aggressive performer out there but can still produce a decent looking document or monochrome image.

Installing toner and drum units into the Dell 1110 is particularly simple, making it a great device for the novice user. Its control panel is also ridiculously stripped down, consisting of literally just one button with a nice big red X on it to symbolize cancelation.

Software, again, is extremely painless to install. Dell does go out of their way to be consumer friendly and they have done a good job with the 1110. Be warned when installing their software, however, as Dell will put an automatic reorder application on your computer that will attempt to order consumables directly from them without consent, eliminating user’s options to buy from less expensive third party online retailers.

Dell includes a manual duplex application that, though clumsy, is a welcome addition considering that an automatic duplexer is not part of this compact device’s hardware.


Though not a complete game ender, one drawback to the Dell 1110 is that, when opened up for printing, it does take up considerably more desktop space than when closed. Additionally, there is no cover for the paper tray, meaning that dust and whatnot will eventually settle onto the paper stores if left unattended to. Users who will not be printing for an extended amount of time will have to unload paper and store it separately so that dust does not settle and get worked through the printer. This is, to say the least, a major pain when compared to devices that have enclosed designs.

In the end, it is the Dell 1110’s ultra slow print speed that does it in. Printing at test speeds of about 10 pages per minute, the printer is about one third as powerful as something one might find on the market today in the one hundred dollar price range. Its print resolution is also somewhat limited, topping out at only 600 x 600 dots per inch with a draft quality of 300 dots per inch. While print resolution of this degree is acceptable for black and white document printing, it does lack the overall professional feel that one is provided when using a true 1200 x 1200 dot per inch device.

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