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Sharp AR-M207 Toner Cartridge (ARM207 Copier) - 15,000 Pages

Price:  $40.89
Product Description
Sharp AR-M207 Toner Cartridge (ARM207 Copier) - 15,000 Pages

This toner cartridge prints 15000 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 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-M207 - Toner Cartridge Replacement

Toner cartridge replacement begins with the opening of the front cover of the machine. The front cover must have both sides pressed in gently at the same time in order to pop open. Behind it will be the toner cartridge.

While it is possible to wait until the cartridge has run completely out of toner before replacement, the Sharp AR-M207 will also warn users when toner is running very low by lighting the toner icon. In order to prevent work interruption, the toner cartridge can be changed at this point. When the indicator light begins to blink, there is not enough toner for the machine to make copies and it will cease to operate.

Remove the old toner cartridge by pressing its release lever with your thumb and pulling it straight out of the machine. Some toner may remain inside the cartridge so it is best to handle it with care and store it in a plastic bag or other receptacle, then recycle it. Never store a toner cartridge near a fire.

Unwrap the new toner cartridge from its bag and shake it around from side to side and back and forth, making sure the toner inside is loose and free flowing. Next, remove the protective tape from the side of the cartridge. It can now be carefully inserted into the machine and locked into place by pressing the locking lever.

Once locked into place, the shutter tab can be pulled from the cartridge and the front cover closed. The toner light may go off at this point but if it doesn’t, open and close the front cover a second time, triggering a toner cycling process. This process should take less than two minutes and then the light will go out. Copying can then proceed.

Cleaning the Sharp AR-M207’s Transfer Charger

When operating the Sharp AR-M207, it’s possible that black lines may appear in copies of blotchy imagery will occur. When this happens, it is most likely caused by an unclean transfer charger. This problem can be easily remedied without the need for a technician. This procedure must be done with the Sharp AR-M207’s power switch OFF.

To gain access to the transfer charger, you must begin by opening the bypass tray and then the side cover by pulling it outwards, then pull out PAPER TRAY number 1. Inside the paper tray, a small transfer cleaner will be found stored near the front of the tray. Remove it from its storage space.

An arrow will be found on the transfer charger, indicating which way the charger cleaner is to be slide across the charger wire. DO NOT slide the cleaner in the opposite direction. Instead, place the charger cleaner on one end of the transfer charger and slide it across the unit as far as it will go. Lift the cleaner out and repeat the process several times until the unit is visibly clean.

Return the charger cleaner to its home in the paper tray, then close the tray and the side cover. Turn the power switch back on and print a test page.

Sharp AR-M207 Toner Refill Bottle - 475 Grams

Price:  $19.89
Sharp AR-M207 Toner Cartridge (OEM) 13,000 Pages

Price:  $68.89
Sharp AR-M207 Drum Cleaning Blade

Price:  $16.89
Sharp AR-M207 OPC Drum

Price:  $77.89
Sharp AR-M207 OEM Drum Unit - 50,000 Pages

Price:  $34.89
Sharp AR-M207 Developer - 50,000 Pages

Price:  $22.89
Sharp AR-M207 Developer (OEM) 50,000 Pages

Price:  $26.89
Sharp AR-M207 Upper Fuser Roller Bushing

Price:  $11.89
Sharp AR-M207 Upper Fuser Roller (OEM)

Price:  $40.89

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Sharp AR-M207 Review


The Sharp AR-M207 is a 4 in 1 unit that is capable with Tabloid and Ledger sized paper, along with the usual Letter and Legal sizes, making it a perfect choice for those who require various large format document processing features in their multifunctional copy machine. Though the unit is ready to deal with 11 x 17 inch paper, its overall size is compact, and it could be used as either a desktop or floor standing unit.


Because the Sharp AR-M207 is Ledger compatible, it is considerably larger than its Letter sized counterparts, but it could still slip onto a desk, be it a large one. With additional paper storage trays added, it also becomes a formidable floor standing device. PC connectivity is made possible by way of Parallel and USB ports, though a network card is an optional add on for the unit.

Memory rests at a fairly limited 16 MBs initially, but this is expandable. Atop the Sharp AR-M207 sits an automatic document feeder that is capable of holding a sizable amount of paper at once; up to 40 sheets of 20 lb paper to be exact. The real stand out feature of the device’s ADF is that it can scan both sides of input material, making double sided copies automated as well as quick.

Duplexing is also standard so output can be produced in double sided form as well. Printing to both sides of the page can create a unique and professional feel to certain projects, as well as reduce paper usage by as much as half.

The unit’s copy resolution tops out at a bare minimum as far as quality is concerned. With 600 x 600 dots per inch at 256 grayscale levels, copies and prints of standard text should produce nicely, though imagery will not be very impressive when processed with the machine.


Unlike almost all multifunctional copy machines and laser printers on the market today, the Sharp AR-M207 does not offer PCL or PostScript emulation. Sharp uses their own GDI and SPLC techniques, which are not as fast as the standard PCL 6. As if this wasn’t bad enough, the unit’s overall print and copy speeds are both only 20 pages per minute. 20 ppm is a speed that one would never find in a device in this category on the shelves today, and therefore the Sharp AR-M207 has fallen far behind the times when it comes to performance.

Other performance specifications include 15 copies per minute when using 8.5 x 11”R paper, 12 copies or prints per minute when using Legal sized material, and a mere 10 copies per minute when printing to Tabloid, Ledger, or 11 x 17” paper. Luckily the Sharp AR-M207’s warm up and first copy out times are at least average, with 7.2 seconds being the fastest potential first page out time and 45 seconds needed for warming the device up from complete power off. Overall, the unit still offers a respectable amount of functionality and durability, but its downfall lies in its comparatively sluggish speed.


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