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Toner Cartridge - Dell W5300N Laser Printer (21000 Pages)

Price:  $93.89
Product Description
Toner Cartridge for Dell W5300N Laser Printer

This Toner Cartridge prints 21000 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
How to Replace a Toner Cartridge in the Dell W5300N Laser Printer
Keep in mind that it is always a good idea to clean the inside of the Dell W5300N printer when changing the toner cartridge due to the accessibility of the inside of the unit and the tendency of the device to gather dust.

To begin swapping a toner cartridge, the output bin must be completely empty because the upper door needs to be opened to do so. With the output bin empty, the two latches (one for the upper door and one for the lower door) must be released by pressing the two buttons on the left side of the machine. When done properly, the doors should simply pop open.

Removing the toner cartridge is also quite simple and is done by grasping it by its handle and pulling it straight out of the machine. With the toner cartridge out, use a dry cloth to wipe down the inside of the printer. When doing so, be very careful to not make contact with the transfer roller or metal electrodes inside the device as this could damage the printer.

New toner cartridges will have some packaging foam protecting parts of the unit. To remove this foam, pull the tabs on both sides of the cartridge off and then peel off the foam. When the protecting material is removed, it is important to refrain from touching the drum on the underside of the toner cartridge as this could reduce print quality.

The toner inside of the cartridge must be loosened up before installation to ensure the maximum life of the cartridge. To loosen the toner, hold the cartridge on either side and shake it gently from side to side. Be gentle or toner may spill from the cartridge.

You will find arrows on the sides of the cartridge that can be matched up with arrows inside the printer that will show you how to align the cartridge when sliding it into place. Insert the cartridge along the rails into the device and be sure to push it all the way into place. When done properly, it will actually snap into position.

Finish the job by closing the upper door first, followed by the lower door and turning the printer on.
How to Print onto Envelopes with the Dell W5300N Laser Printer
Even without the optional envelope feeder that is available for the Dell W5300N, users can load and print to envelopes by using the device’s multipurpose slot. Envelopes must always be loaded with the side that the flap is on facing downward so that the printer prints to the correct side of the parcel.

It is important that stamps are added to envelopes AFTER they have been printed to, as any three dimensional objects such as staples or clasps as well could interfere with the printing process. If you have a problem with envelopes jamming during printing, reduce the number of envelopes that you are loading into the device.

The lower door of the Dell W5300N must be opened to gain access to the multipurpose feeder and its metal bar must be pushed back to place the feed tray in its short length position before closing it after the job is finished.
Dell W5300N Print Head Assembly (OEM)

Price:  $278.89
Dell W5300N MICR Toner Cartridge For Printing Checks - 32,000 Pages

Price:  $152.89
Dell W5300N Fuser Assembly - 155V

Price:  $133.89
Dell W5300N Fuser Maintenance Kit (OEM)

Price:  $517.89
Dell W5300N Paper Cassette (OEM) 500 Sheets

Price:  $296.89
Dell W5300N Multipurpose Tray Pick Roller (OEM)

Price:  $46.89

Dell W5300N Review


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 45 ppm, in 2003 Dell offered the Dell W5300NN monochrome printer.


The curved Dell has a footprint of 17.2” x 20.2” footprint for easy placement in any corner or credenza.  However with this model starting at 45 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.  If this Dell printer looks familiar that’s because it’s. The W5300NN is really a Lexmark T630, just in a different color and rebadged with the Dell emblem. All the parts inside are the same.

Right from the start the W5300NN comes with some serious paper capacity. The cassette tray can hold a ream of paper, with sizes 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 W5300N’s multi-purpose tray can support up to 100 sheets of your heavier papers and cardstock up to 100#, envelopes, labels, and transparencies. If you need more paper capacity, you can stack additional 500-sheet trays or 250-sheet trays.  For a business that needs to print a lot of envelopes, Dell/Lexmark offers an optional 85-envelope feeder.

The W5300N prints 45 monochrome pages per minute at 600 dpi. In digitally-enhanced 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution, the printer keeps text sharp--even at 6-point font sizes--and does a decent job with graphics. The W5300N does not come stock with a duplexer, but one can be purchased.

The W5300N comes with 80MB of memory, with an extra slot to increase storage up to 336MB, allowing the Dell can easily handle higher capacity workloads across a network from multiple computer requests.

The printer 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. And in case you’re curious, no, the “W” in W5300N does not mean “wireless built-in”. Dell does offer an external Wi-Fi adapter for making any printer wireless.

Understanding the printing needs of today’s businesses, Dell has installed the popular Adobe PostScript3, HP PCL5e and PCL6 print emulators. The W5300N includes 158 PostScript and 89 PCL fonts.


While idling at a quiet 34 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.  If you have a quiet workplace, you don’t want this in 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.

Being a rebadged Lexmark T630 also means the Dell W5300N has the same problems the Lexmark has. The plastic housing is not as solid as HP’s LaserJet line, and the doors and trays of the Dell 5200 flex quite a bit and seems flimsy for a printer that’s going to be heavily used.


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