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    https://static.ombe.com/slir/w225h38/forums/200/rickpics/josiah_Xerox_Phaser_6510/Xerox_Phaser_6510_toner.jpg By Mike Josiah and the technical staff at Uninet

    This cartridge is a continuation in our “Easy to Do” series. Small cartridges you may be passing up but shouldn’t be. They represent excellent profit opportunities and are fast and easy to do. These cartridges are very simple, and there is nothing to test! Training is minimal and in all cases the time needed to do them is very small.

    Typically we would cover a few easy to do cartridges, but this engine has some unique features such as a built-in LED head cleaner and density sensors that need to be cleaned so we are covering it by itself. The drum unit will be covered at a later date.

    There are three styles of toner cartridges for these machines, STD yield, Hi Yield and Extra High Yield. There is not an Extra High Yield black toner available (Use the HY instead). All cartridges use a chip that must be replaced each cycle.

    Xerox Phaser 6510, WorkCentre 6515 cartridges are as follows:

    STD Yield cartridges:
    106R03476 Black 2,500 pages $89.99*
    106R03473 Cyan 1,000 pages $69.99*
    106R03474 Magenta 1,000 pages $69.99*
    106R03475 Yellow 1,000 pages $69.99*

    High Yield cartridges:
    106R03480 Black 5,500 pages $124.99*
    106R03477 Cyan 2,400 pages $119.99*
    106R03478 Magenta 2,400 pages $119.99*
    106R03479 Yellow 2,400 pages $119.99*

    Extra High Yield cartridges: (Use the HI Yield Black with this series)
    106R03690 Cyan 4,300 pages $159.99*
    106R03691 Magenta 4,300 pages $159.99*
    106R03692 Yellow 4,300 pages $159.99*

    Drums:
    108R01420 Black 48,000 pages
    108R01417 Cyan 48,000 pages
    108R01418 Magenta 48,000 pages
    108R01419 Yellow 48,000 pages

    Waste cartridge:
    108R01416 30,000 pages

    1) Pull out on the two small tabs located on the bottom toner port cover. As you pull them out start sliding the cover to the opposite end. Once the tabs are released the cover will move. See Figures 1 & 2

    Figure 1

    Figure 1



    Figure 2

    Figure 2



    2) Slide the cover off. See Figure 3

    Figure 3

    Figure 3



    3 Clean out any remaining toner from the chamber. Turn the large white auger gear on the side of the tube to make sure you have it completely clean. See Figures 4 & 5

    Figure 4

    Figure 4



    Figure 5

    Figure 5



    4) Fill the hopper with the appropriate color toner for use in the Xerox Phaser 6510 engine. While the cartridges all look the same, they are not interchangeable. Each color has a different set of plastic tabs. See Figure 6

    Figure 6

    Figure 6



    7) Clean the plastic lip where the hopper cover sits of any toner, replace the cover. See Figures 7 & 8

    Figure 7

    Figure 7



    Figure 8

    Figure 8



    8) Replace the chip by pressing down on the two tabs next to the chip. Slide the chip out. This is easier to do if you use a small jeweler’s screwdriver placed in the holes on the board to move the chip. See Figures 9, 10 & 11

    Figure 9

    Figure 9



    Figure 10

    Figure 10



    Figure 11

    Figure 11



    9) Install a new chip. Make sure the two tabs lock it in place. ). See Figure 12

    Figure 12

    Figure 12



    That’s it you’re done!

    Installing the cartridges, cleaning the print heads (LED) is a bit different so we are covering it here for you:

    Cleaning the LED heads:

    1. Power off the printer


    2. Remove the waste cartridge. Make sure you place it on a table/bench with the open toner port facing up. See Figure 13



    Figure 13

    Figure 13



    3. Slide out the LED head cleaner See Figure 14



    Figure 14

    Figure 14



    4. Slide the cleaner into the slot in each color section See Figure 15



    Figure 15

    Figure 15



    5. Place the cleaner back in its storage position. See Figure 16



    Figure 16

    Figure 16



    6. Place the waste chamber back and close the door.



    Cleaning the Color Density Sensors

    1. Power off the printer.



    2. Open the side door. See Figure 17



    Figure 17

    Figure 17



    3. With a clean dry cotton swab, clean the sensors as shown. See Figure 18



    Figure 18

    Figure 18



    4. Close the door. See Figure 19

    Figure 19

    Figure 19