Toner cartridges, Paper feed roller 5-4, Toner cartridges 5-4 – Genicom cL160 User Manual

Page 116: Toner cartridge handling precautions 5-4

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Publication No. GEG-99141


Apr 02


GENICOM Intelliprint cL160 User Guide
Toner Cartridges

Paper Feed Roller

The paper feed roller feeds paper from the paper tray into the printer. Usually, the paper feed roller
needs to be replaced after printing about 100,000 sheets. However, this figure varies depending on
the size and type of paper used. When the paper feed roller deteriorates, paper may not feed cor-
rectly from the paper tray, resulting in paper jams.


For more information about the paper feed roller, refer to

“Paper Feed Roller“ on page 5-21


Toner Cartridges

This section describes how to handle, store and replace toner cartridges.

Toner Cartridge Handling Precautions

The printer uses four toner cartridges: black, yellow, magenta, and cyan. The black toner cartridge
is capable of printing about 9,000 sheets. The yellow, magenta, and cyan cartridges are capable of
printing about 6,000 A4 sheets (at the default print density, with 5% coverage per color).

Handling Precautions

Never use a vacuum cleaner to clean toner. Static electricity could build up and damage sen-

Do not reuse toner cartridges once you have removed them from the printer. Loose toner
could spill inside the printer and deteriorate print quality.

To prevent residual toner form spilling, avoid shaking or bumping used toner cartridges.

After moving a toner cartridge from a cold place to a warm place, allow 1 hour for the car-
tridge to adapt to room temperature before installing it. (This is not necessary if there is no

Toner is harmless, but should still be washed off immediately if it comes into contact with
hands or clothing.

WARNING: Never throw used toner cartridges into a fire. The residual toner could explode
resulting in burns and injuries.

CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, always turn off the printer and disconnect the power
cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the printer or performing maintenance.