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6 Products for the Dell 5310n Laser Printer
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TONER CARTRIDGE - HIGH YIELD for DELL 5310N LASER PRINTER

Toner Cartridge - Dell 5310N Laser Printer (32000 Pages)
  OVER 100
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Price:  $95.89
Product Description
Toner Cartridge for Dell 5310N Laser Printer

This laser printer toner cartridge prints 32000 pages, which is more than the standard offering by Dell. Pages estimated averaged at 5% page coverage (5% of the page is covered by ink). NOTE: Nearly all printer manufacturers (including Dell) 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.


Product Manuals
Replacing a Toner Cartridge in the Dell 5310N Laser Printer
The dedicated panel on the DELL 5310N will alert users when the toner is getting low and will soon run out. After the low toner message appears, toner will become increasingly light until the print quality is no longer satisfactory. If the printer is not currently in operation, users can also manually check the toner level by following this toner check button procedure:

1) Press the DOWN arrow button until STATUS/SUPPLIES is highlighted.
2) Press SELECT.
3) Press DOWN until VIEW SUPPLIES is highlighted.
4) Press SELECT.

When the TONER LOW message appears on its own, it is time to order a new toner cartridge as the current one will not last must longer.

Below the multipurpose feeder there is a finger notch that can be used to drop open the lower panel of the DELL 5310N printer. Once the multipurpose feeder has been lowered, locate the release button that allows the top panel to unlatch and open upwards.

Once the top door is open, the print cartridge will be easily accessible and can be removed from the printer simply by pulling up on its handle. It should pull free from the printer easily. This cartridge should be recycled through a proper recycling program.

When opening the new toner cartridge, there will be plenty of packaging material surrounding it that must be removed. Remove and discard of all foam, red strap, and tape to make sure that the cartridge is ready to be installed. It is also important to install the toner cartridge immediately after this material is removed because light damage can shorten the life of the cartridge.

Before installing the cartridge, it must be shaken around gently in all directions to distribute the toner inside it evenly as it may have become settled during storage. When inserting the cartridge, hold it by its handle and slide it onto the rails inside the machine. It should be seated firmly inside the unit when installed properly.

Close the top cover first and then the multipurpose feeder to complete the installation. It is best to print a test page to make sure the cartridge is installed properly.
Replacing the Charge Rolls in a Dell 5310N Laser Printer
The printer must be powered off to replace the charge rolls of the DELL 5310N. Begin by opening the multipurpose feeder of the unit, followed by the top front cover. The print cartridge must be removed for this procedure. This can be done by grasping its handle and pulling it free of the unit.

The cover of the printer must me partially closed to set the cardboard retainer in place. With the cover held in place, find the used charge roll and slide it to the LEFT to unlock it from the machine. The old charge roll will fall free from the machine and the new roll must be inserted in the exact reverse order.

If the new charge roll in inserted correctly, it will snap into place. At this point, remove the cardboard retainer from the front cover and reinsert the toner cartridge. Close both covers to the printer and reinstate the power to the device.
TONER CARTRIDGE for DELL 5310N LASER PRINTER
Dell 5310N Toner Cartridge (OEM) 10,000 Pages
Dell 47 IN STOCK NOW

Price:  $207.89
TONER CARTRIDGE - HIGH YIELD for DELL 5310N LASER PRINTER
Dell 5310N Toner Cartridge (OEM) 20000 ages
Dell OVER 50
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Price:  $320.89
DRUM for DELL 5310N LASER PRINTER
Dell 5310N Imaging Drum (OEM) 80,000 Pages
Dell 31 IN STOCK NOW

Price:  $241.89
TONER FOR PRINTING CHECKS for DELL 5310N LASER PRINTER
Dell 5310N MICR Toner For Printing Checks - 32,000 Pages
  OVER 50
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Price:  $133.89
5310N COVER
Dell 5310N Lower Front Cover (OEM)
Dell

Price:  $180.89

About My Dell 5310N Laser Printer

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Dell 5310n Review


Overview:

While many consumer-electronic stores offer a variety of laser printers, most of the models displayed on the floor aren’t robust or durable enough to handle the demands of medium businesses and classrooms. For a commercial-grade desktop laser printer, one that delivers 1200 dpi at speeds up to 49 ppm, Dell offers the Dell 5310N monochrome printer.


Pros:

Dell has a tendency to rebadge printers from other manufacturers with their emblem, and the 5310N is no exception.  While the printer housing and control panel is redesigned, the internal parts of the 5310N are interchangeable with the Lexmark T644 printer. The angular Dell has a 17.4” x 20” footprint for easy placement in any corner or credenza.  However with this model starting at 43 pounds, it’ll need a study table.  Paper and toner are all accessible from the front, reducing the need of moving a printer for refilling. 

Right from the start the 5310N comes with some serious paper capacity. The cassette tray can hold a ream of paper from 5 ½” x 8 ½” up to 8 ½” x 14”.  While most desktop laser printers have a multi-purpose tray that only holds from 25 to 50 sheets, the 5310N’s multi-purpose tray can support up to 100 sheets of your heavier papers and cardstock, envelopes, labels, and transparencies. If you need more paper capacity, you can stack additional 500-sheet trays to the 5310N, to gain a maximum capacity of 2,600 sheets.  For a business that needs to print a lot of envelopes, Dell/Lexmark offers an optional 85-envelope feeder.

After a 28 second warm-up, each print job starts in less than 8.5 seconds. T The 5310N prints 49 monochrome pages per minute at 600 dpi. In digitally-enhanced 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution, this Dell keeps text sharp--even at 6-point font sizes--and does a decent job with graphics. The 5310N does not come stock with a duplexer, but one can be purchased.

The Dell comes with 64MB of memory, with an extra 100-pin DDR DIMM memory slot to increase storage up to a maximum of 576MB, allowing the Dell can easily handle higher capacity workloads across a heavy network. The 5330dn can connect directly to a PC using USB 2.0 connections.  To support network workstations, the Dell comes with switching 10/100 BaseT Ethernet controller.

Understanding the printing needs of today’s businesses, Dell has installed the popular PostScript3 and PCL6 print emulators.


Cons:

While idling at a quiet 27 dB, the printer produces 55 dB of sound printing. To give you an idea of what that means: 60 decibels is the level of typical conversations and 30 decibels is a quiet office.  I recently had the (mis)fortune of having a similar printer sitting next to my desk when a fellow IT’er decided to “test” it--by printing out 500 sheets of paper! If you have a quiet workplace, you don’t want this chugging away near anyone’s cubicle, but if placed inside a copy room or a common area, any noise generated from the printer won’t be as noticeable.



 
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