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    Xerox Phaser 3610 Drum
    Xerox Phaser 3610 Drum

    By Mike Josiah and the Technical Staff at Uninet

    The Xerox Phaser 3610 series of printers are based on a 47 ppm engine with a maximum resolution of 1200 x 1200 dpi. The first page out is stated to be under 6.5 seconds. The Printers memory is fixed at 512MB.

    The toner cartridges are just simple tubes and have been covered in previous instructions. The cartridges used in these machines are as follows:

    STD Toner 106R02720 5,900 pages
    HY Toner 106R02722 14,100 pages
    EXT HY Toner 106R02731 25,300 pages
    Drum Cartridge 113R00773 68,000 pages*

    *Drum yield is based on an average of 3 pages per job. Yield will vary based on job run length, media type, size, weight, orientation and usage patterns

    Other machines that use this cartridge are:

    Phaser 3610N
    Phaser 3610DN
    WorkCentre 3615DN
    WorkCentre 3655
    Workcentre 3655i

    Required Tools

    1) Toner approved vacuum.
    2) A small Common screw driver
    3) #2 Phillips head screwdriver

    Required Supplies

    Replacement drum for use in the Xerox Phaser 3610 series
    New replacement chip (Check for the proper region)

    1) Place the cartridge with the handle on top and drum facing away from you. Remove the screws on the right side end cap. See Figure 1

    Figure 1
    Figure 1



    2) Press in on the top tab and remove the end cap. See Figures 2 & 3

    Figure 2
    Figure 2



    Figure 3
    Figure 3



    3) Remove the three white gears. See Figure 4

    Figure 4
    Figure 4



    4) On the opposite side of the cartridge (chip side), remove the screw on the end cap. See Figure 5

    Figure 5
    Figure 5



    5) Lift up the three tabs on the endcap, two on the bottom and one on top lift the assembly up. See Figures 6, 7 & 8

    Figure 6
    Figure 6



    Figure 7
    Figure 7



    Figure 8
    Figure 8


    6) Remove the spring. See Figure 9

    Figure 9
    Figure 9



    7) Lightly tap the cartridge on the chip side and turn the cartridge upside down. Quickly remove the developer assembly. Tapping the cartridge on the chip side first will move most of the developer away from the open port. See Figures 10 & 11

    Figure 10
    Figure 10



    Figure 11
    Figure 11



    8) Put masking tape over the auger developer port to prevent leakage. See Figure 12

    Figure 12
    Figure 12



    9) On the left side of the drum turn the white bushing to the left to unlock it. See Figure 13

    Figure 13
    Figure 13



    10) Press in on the tab and remove the bushing. See Figure 14

    Figure 14
    Figure 14



    11) On the right side turn the black drum bushing to unlock, carefully pry the bushing off. (It fits tightly over the metal drum axle shaft). See Figures 15 & 16

    Figure 15
    Figure 15



    Figure 16
    Figure 16



    12) Remove the drum. See Figure 17

    Figure 17
    Figure 17



    13) Pry out the tabs on the PCR Assembly and remove. The spring on the right side will stay in place. See Figures 18, 19 & 20

    Figure 18
    Figure 18



    Figure 19
    Figure 19



    Figure 20
    Figure 20



    14) Remove the two screws from the Wiper Blade. Remove the blade See Figure 21

    Figure 21
    Figure 21



    15) Clean out all the waste toner from the waste chamber. Make sure the foam seals are clean. See Figure 22

    Figure 22
    Figure 22



    16) Replace the wiper blade and 2 screws. See Figure 23

    Figure 23
    Figure 23



    17) Clean the PCR with your preferred cleaner and install the assembly into the cartridge. Pry out the locking tabs to the holders can slide into their slots. See Figures 24 & 25

    Figure 24
    Figure 24



    Figure 25
    Figure 25



    18) Install the new drum. See Figure 26

    Figure 26
    Figure 26



    19) Install the black bushing with the tab fitting into the slot and turn to lock. See Figures 27 & 28

    Figure 27
    Figure 27



    Figure 28
    Figure 28



    20) Install the white bushing white pin to the top slot and turn to lock. See Figures 29 & 30

    Figure 29
    Figure 29



    Figure 30
    Figure 30



    21) Install the three white gears as shown See Figure 31

    Figure 31
    Figure 31



    22) Remove the tape from the developer port and tap the developer assembly on the non- port side to force the developer down from the open port. See Figure 32

    Figure 32
    Figure 32



    23) Install the developer assembly onto the cartridge. The left side has a tab that fits over a round post. See Figures 33 & 34

    Figure 33
    Figure 33



    Figure 34
    Figure 34



    24) On the developer/chip end cap remove and replace the chip by pressing in on a tab from the inside of the end cap See Figures 35 & 36

    Figure 35
    Figure 35



    Figure 36
    Figure 36



    25) Snap the chip end cap in place making sure all three tabs lock. Install the screw. See Figures 37, 38 & 39

    Figure 37
    Figure 37



    Figure 38
    Figure 38



    Figure 39
    Figure 39



    26) Install the right end cap and screw. See Figure 40

    Figure 40
    Figure 40



    27) Install the spring. See Figures 41 & 42

    Figure 41
    Figure 41



    Figure 42
    Figure 42


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     Mike Josiah
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