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11 Products for the Sharp AR-507 Laser Printer
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Sharp AR-507 Toner Cartridge - 25,000 Pages

Price:  $23.89
Product Description
Sharp AR-507 Toner Cartridge - 25,000 Pages

This Toner Cartridge prints 25000 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 Sharp 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 Sharp.

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
Sharp AR-507 -Changing the Size of Paper in the Machine’s Storage Tray

When changing the size of paper to be used in one of the Sharp AR-507’s storage trays, it is important to program the machine properly as well as adjust the guided within the paper tray. To adjust the tray itself, begin by opening the selected paper tray. This can be done by simply lifting up on its handle and pullout outwards.

The first thing to do once the tray is open is to adjust the paper size indicator. The indicator can be found in the back of the tray and can be slid to the left or the right to line up with the proper setting.

The two paper guides must also be slid into place so that they just make contact with the input material. The left and front guide can be slid into position by gripping them with the thumb and forefinger, after which point paper can be loaded into the tray.

Before closing the paper tray, it is best to adjust the display card so that the paper size is indicated correctly on the outside of the tray. The card can be lifted out of the front of the paper tray and folded and turned so that the proper paper size can be seen while the paper tray is closed. When this is done, the tray can be closed and the machine operated.

Sharp AR-507 - Replacing the Toner

When the Sharp AR-507 readout displays a message that says TONER SUPPLY IS LOW. PRESS i FOR GUIDANCE, it is almost time to change the existing toner cartridge. At this point, copies being made with the machine will gradually become lighter and lighter until the toner supply completely runs out. When this happens, the machine will simply read ADD TONER. PRESS i FOR GUIDANCE, and will stop operating.

To replace the machine’s toner when necessary, begin by opening its front cover. Behind the cover, you will see a toner hopper that is locked in place. Pull down the toner hopper lever to release it and then pull it out of the copy machine.

In order to coax the maximum performance out of a new toner cartridge, first you must tap the top of the cartridge five times. After doing so, shake it VIGOROUSLY up and down, then flip it upside down and do the same thing, thus distributing and loosening the toner inside.

The toner can now be placed upright into the machine, making sure that the notches on the cartridge are aligned with the protrusions in the machine. The cartridge must then be locked into place by sliding it to the RIGHT.

A small ring attached to the sealing tape of the cartridge can now be pulled free, and the top of the toner should be tapped a few times once again. The cartridge will now empty the toner into the toner hopper. This should take about one minute to complete.

Once complete, slide the cartridge free, the way that it was slid into place. The cartridge opening will automatically closed and the toner hopper can be slid back into place and locked. The front cover can now be closed and the toner cartridge properly recycled.

Sharp AR-507 - Drum Cleaning Blade

Price:  $8.89
Sharp AR-507 Laser Printer OEM Drum - 250,000 Pages

Price:  $200.89
Sharp AR-507 Laser Printer Black Developer - 250,000 Pages

Price:  $75.89
Sharp AR-507 Maintenance Kit - 125,000 Pages

Price:  $172.89
Sharp AR-507 Ozone Filter (OEM)

Price:  $61.89
Sharp AR-507 Lower Fuser Picker Finger (OEM)

Price:  $76.89
Sharp AR-507 Staple Cartridge 3Pack (OEM) 15,000 Pages

Price:  $69.89
Sharp AR-507 Lower Heat Roller Kit (OEM)

Price:  $38.89
Sharp AR-507 Lower Heat Roller Kit (OEM)

Price:  $50.89
Sharp AR-507 Upper Pressure Roller Kit (OEM)

Price:  $61.89

Sharp AR-507 Review


More than just a stand alone copy machine, the Sharp AR-507 is a complete and customizable document processing system. With the incredible print and copy speeds of 50 pages per minute, along with an impressive range of additional and powerful copy, scan, and fax functions, the AR-507 can suit almost any business’ print demands.


First off it is important to note that the Sharp AR-507 is a large format paper processing device, meaning that it can print and copy Ledger sized 11 x 17 in paper. This means that virtually every function of the unit is slightly more valuable due to the potential of large format printing. The device’s 50 page per minute print speed is, of course, limited to letter sized paper, but Ledger size will also print relatively swiftly.

The Sharp AR-507 is equipped with a built in duplexor as well as a duplexing automatic document feeder. With this 2 sided combination, double sided input can be scanned automatically and also printed to double sided output, making dealing with 2 sided material as fully automated as possible. This machine’s ADF is also a true single pass duplexing one as opposed to a reversing feeder, meaning that it scans both sized of input at once, significantly reducing scan time.

Standard paper storage capacity consists of two 500 sheet trays and an additional 50 sheet multipurpose tray is present as well. Additional paper storage trays and drawers bring the Sharp AR-507’s maximum potential paper capacity up to a whopping 3,000 sheets. Its document feeder is quite large as well with its 50 sheet capacity.

The flip top platen glass design allows users to take advantage of the document feeder or copy glass to make their reproductions, meaning that three dimensional objects such as magazines can be copied and scanned along with standard paper.

Basic copy functions are includes along side the Sharp AR-507’s impressive special features and include reduction and enlargement possibilities in the range of 25% to 400% in 1% increments. Reducing an image’s size allows the 2 on 1 and 4 on 1 functions to be activated. These functions take two or four pages worth of input, shrink them down, and print them onto a single page. Combining this feature with duplexing can result in outstanding savings in paper costs.


As with any mid range copy machine such as the Sharp AR-507, price is an issue. With so many incorporated features, there is a distinct possibility that small office users simply wont take advantage of what is being paid for, in which case some buyers would be better off looking into some of the newer small copy machines that are coming out that, while inexpensive, offer incredibly high performance specifications.

The Sharp AR-507’s print resolution is downright disappointing at only 600 x 600 dots per inch. With all the high level functions the Sharp AR-507 is capable of, it still suffers from the drab, low quality monochrome limitations that many copy machines still endure. That being said, with its flaws, the unit would still make a powerful addition to a small office.


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