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TONER CARTRIDGE for DELL 1130 LASER PRINTER

Toner Cartridge - Dell 1130 Laser Printer (2500 Pages)
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Product Description

Toner Cartridge for Dell 1130/1130N Laser Printer


This Toner Cartridge prints 2500 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 Dell 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 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
Replacing the Toner Cartridge in a Dell 1130/1130N Laser Printer
The Dell 1130/1130N machine will indicate that its toner is running low by blinking the toner alert LED red. Sometimes streaking may occur or the print quality will become diminished and light, and this is often just as good a sign that it is time to replace the toner cartridge. The device will also bring up the Printer Status Monitor program on the unit’s current host computer.

To remove the old cartridge, begin by opening the front cover to the unit. This is done simply by prying it open by hand. The toner cartridge’s handle is found in the center of the cartridge itself and, to remove it, it simply has to be pulled on.

Once the old toner cartridge is removed, it is best to store it in a plastic bag or small box because, though it is empty, it could still leave toner stains on clothing and carpet if contact is made. One of the best ways to store a used toner cartridge for recycling is to place it inside the bag that a new cartridge comes in.

Open a new toner cartridge from its bag and, before installing it, the cartridge must be rocked back and forth about five times and gently swirled and shaken to ensure that the toner inside, which may have settled in shipping, is distributed evenly. Failure to shake a new toner cartridge could result in the shortened life of the cartridge.

Remove all packaging material from the new cartridge by pulling out the sealing tape at one end of it and taking off its protective paper then hold it by its small handle while inserting it into the Dell 1130/1130N. Use the groves on the sides of the printer to guide the cartridge into position and make sure that it is securely seated in place, then close the front cover fully and the installation is complete.
Clearing Various Paper Jams in the Dell 1130/1130N Laser Printer
There are several ways that paper can get jammed while using the Dell 1130/1130N printer, and they are all fairly simple problems to fix. When paper is jammed in the paper tray, first try opening the front cover of the unit as this will automatically eject any jammed paper. If this does not work, open the tray and gently pull out the jammed piece of paper.

Paper jammed it the manual tray can be pulled out slowly by hand. You will then have to open and close the front cover to resume printing. If paper gets jammed inside the machine, then the cover will have to be opened and the toner cartridge removed before the page can be pulled out.

When paper gets caught in the exit area, first try opening the front cover. If the paper is accessible, slowly pull it free of the machine. If not, open the rear cover. The tension levers on each side of the exit feeder must be pulled down to relieve pressure on the paper, allowing it to be pulled out of the device. Reset the pressure levers once the paper is free.
TONER CARTRIDGE for DELL 1130 LASER PRINTER
Dell 1130 Toner Cartridge -manufactured by Dell (2500 Pages)
Dell OVER 100
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TONER CARTRIDGE for DELL 1130 LASER PRINTER
Dell 1130 Toner Cartridge (OEM) 1,500 Pages
Dell 36 IN STOCK NOW

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TONER FOR PRINTING CHECKS for DELL 1130 LASER PRINTER
Dell 1130 MICR Toner For Printing Checks - 2,500 Pages
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FUSER ASSEMBLY for DELL 1130 LASER PRINTER
Dell 1130 Fuser Unit (OEM) 110-120V
Dell

Price:  $88.89
SEPARATION PAD for DELL 1130 LASER PRINTER
Dell 1130 Separation Pad (OEM)
Dell

Price:  $11.89
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER for DELL 1130 LASER PRINTER
Dell 1130 Pickup Roller (OEM)
Dell

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About My Dell 1130 Laser Printer - Monochrome - Plain Paper Print - Desktop

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Dell 1130/1130N Review


Overview: The very sleek, very small, all black design of the Dell 1130 makes it perfect for slapping on a personal desktop workspace, though its overall performance specifications do leave something to be desired for those with heavier print demands.


Pros: Costing somewhere in the very low three figure range and being sized to fit on a desktop, it is fairly obvious that the cool looking Dell 1130 was meant to be a desktop printer. It would find itself very comfortable at home but the “N” networking model option that is available also leaves the option open of sharing it across an office or home network. The dimensions of the unit are small. The printer stands less than 8 inches high and has a footprint of only 14.2 x 15.3 inches (W x D). Its weight is also very notably light at only 16 pounds without paper. This makes the unit even more home friendly and easy to move. Unlike many of Dell’s past models in their 1000 line, the Dell 1130 actually offers impressive print resolution. The 1200 x 1200 dot per inch print quality is a very welcome addition to the hardware and a big boost up from the 600 x 600 dot per inch quality seen on many of their personal print models in the past. There are two models available of the 1130, one of them with networking and one without. The Ethernet port is a wired one so wireless networking will have to be established externally, but networking can serve as a huge advantage when dealing with a laser printer and is often worth the bump in price. One element to the Dell 1130 hardware that certainly stands out is the processor. Cranking out 360 MHz is no joke for a unit of this stature, and those printing complex material will certainly notice the difference in speed. The output tray on this unit: also outstanding at 80 sheets in capacity. This stands as another improvement in Dell’s personal laser printer line which initially had only 50 sheets of output. A monthly duty cycle of 12,000 pages is more than acceptable for a small printer, though Dell’s recommended monthly duty is much lower. Paper storage capacity rests at the commonly seen 250 sheets, making it equipped to handle half a ream of paper yet it also keeps the body of the unit streamlined. 64 MBs of RAM are included in the unit initially and, while this is not any amount to write home about, it should serve to handle various types of print projects such as PDF format prints quite well. Costing somewhere in the very low three figure range and being sized to fit on a desktop, it is fairly obvious that the cool looking Dell 1130 was meant to be a desktop printer. It would find itself very comfortable at home but the “N” networking model option that is available also leaves the option open of sharing it across an office or home network. The dimensions of the unit are small. The printer stands less than 8 inches high and has a footprint of only 14.2 x 15.3 inches (W x D). Its weight is also very notably light at only 16 pounds without paper. This makes the unit even more home friendly and easy to move. Unlike many of Dell’s past models in their 1000 line, the Dell 1130 actually offers impressive print resolution. The 1200 x 1200 dot per inch print quality is a very welcome addition to the hardware and a big boost up from the 600 x 600 dot per inch quality seen on many of their personal print models in the past. There are two models available of the 1130, one of them with networking and one without. The Ethernet port is a wired one so wireless networking will have to be established externally, but networking can serve as a huge advantage when dealing with a laser printer and is often worth the bump in price. One element to the Dell 1130 hardware that certainly stands out is the processor. Cranking out 360 MHz is no joke for a unit of this stature, and those printing complex material will certainly notice the difference in speed. The output tray on this unit: also outstanding at 80 sheets in capacity. This stands as another improvement in Dell’s personal laser printer line which initially had only 50 sheets of output. A monthly duty cycle of 12,000 pages is more than acceptable for a small printer, though Dell’s recommended monthly duty is much lower. Paper storage capacity rests at the commonly seen 250 sheets, making it equipped to handle half a ream of paper yet it also keeps the body of the unit streamlined. 64 MBs of RAM are included in the unit initially and, while this is not any amount to write home about, it should serve to handle various types of print projects such as PDF format prints quite well.


Cons: With a print speed of only 24 pages per minute, the Dell 1130 just barely fails to meet the current speed standard for a personal laser printer. While many everyday users will fail to even notice the difference between a device such as this and a faster 30 page per minute machine, the current price differential between the two makes it more than preferable to go with a faster model.



 
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