June 21, 2017
Read it for step-by-step directions on remanufacturing the HP Inc Laserjet Pro M203 toner cartridge
HP Inc’s Laserjet Pro M203 printer series utilises a monochrome 30ppm, 1200 dpi engine which comes with a duty cycle of 30, 000 pages a month and a fixed 256MB memory. The first page should be produced in less than 6.6. seconds, and so far all of the company’s ‘W’ model printers have featured in-built HP Inc ePrint, a Wi-Fi network, Apple AirPrint, and Google Cloud Print 2.0.
These printers come with separate drum and toner cartridges, with both a low-yield toner cartridge (rated for 1600 pages) and a high-yield toner cartridge (rated for 3500 pages). This latest guide focuses on the remanufacturing of the toner cartridges and takes you through the fast and simple process step-by-step, from removing the screws and springs through to replacing the toner, reinserting all of the components and replacing the chip. View and download the guide here or see previous editions on our Digital Guides page.
The Recycler previously launched the Online Magazines and Guides page, where you can download or view all remanufacturing guides or wide-format quarterlies. Previous guides related to this new launch include guides for the remanufacturing of the HP Inc Laserjet Pro M26 toner cartridge; the HP Inc Colour Laserjet Pro MFP M476 black and colour toner cartridges; HP Inc’s Laserjet Pro M201 and MFP M225 and LaserJet Pro M402/MFP M426.
All of the guides have been provided by Mike Josiah and the technical team at Uninet.
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