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E232/330/332TECH

Technical Instructions
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Acetone
Soft Lint-Free Cloth
Distilled Water
Cotton Swab

Supplies

Tools
Phillips Screwdriver
Small Flat-Blade Screwdriver
Needlenose Pliers

Alcohol
Toner and Drum

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Photo 1

Step 1
Remove the two white tabs from the front
of the doctor bar. (See Photo 1)

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Photo 2

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Step 2

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While holding one end of the doctor bar


tension spring with your thumb, grasp
the other end using needlenose pliers
and remove the tension spring from the
top of the doctor bar. (See Photo 2)

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Photo 3

Step 3
Remove the cartridge drive gear from the
end of the cartridge.

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NOTE: You may need to use a screwdriver


to pry the gear off the axle. (See Photo 3)

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Photo 4

MONTEVIDEO,URY

Step 4
Remove the idler gear from the side of
the cartridge. (See Photo 4)

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Lexmark E232/330/332 Technical Instructions


Photo 7

Step 7
Rotate the cartridge 180. Remove the
developer roller contact from the side of
the cartridge. (See Photos 7)

Step 5
Remove the E clip that holds
the developer roller drive gear.
(See Photo 5)

Photo 5

Photo 8

Step 8
Rotate the developer roller contact bushing from its starting position (See Photo 8)
up (counter clock-wise) toward the top of
the cartridge.
(See Photo 9)

Step 6
Using a small flat-blade screwdriver, lift up the locking clip that
holds the drive gear to the
developer roller axle. Remove
the gear. (See Photos 6)

Photo 9

Photo 6

Photo 10

Step 9
Slide the contact bushing off the developer
roller axle.
(See Photo 10)

Photo 11

Step 10
While holding the shaft of the developer
roller, lift the roller out from the hopper
and slide the developer roller axle out from
the toner hopper end plate.
(See Photo 11)

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Photo 12

Step 11
To clean the developer roller, take a lintfree cloth, add a small amount of alcohol
and soak the cloth in distilled water. Place
the developer roller axle into a drill. Clean
the developer roller using the lint-free
cloth while the roller is rotating in the
drill. (See Photo 12)

Photo 13

Photo 17

Step 13
Remove the toner from the doctor
bar using compressed air or a vacuum.
Clean the contact edge of the bar using a
cotton swab and Acetone.
(See Photo 14)

Photo 15

Install the doctor bar so the bar


sits over the doctor bar sealing
blade attached to the toner
hopper, (See Photo 17) and
under the positioning posts on
both side of the hopper.
(See Photo 18)

Step 12
Slide the doctor bar down toward the
developer roller opening and remove the
bar.
(See Photo 13)

Photo 14

Step 16

Photo 18

Step 14
Remove the cartridge warranty sticker
from the side of the cartridge.
(See Photo 15)

Photo 16

Step 15
Remove the toner hopper fill cap from
the end of the cartridge. (See Photo 16)
Carefully clean the hopper using dry
compressed air or a vacuum. Do not
damage the developer roller sealing
blade that sits under the developer roller.

Notes

Lexmark E232/330/332 Technical Instructions


Photo 21

Step 19
Slide the developer roller contact onto
the end of the hopper.
(See Photo 21)

Step 17
Install the keyed end of the
developer roller axle into the
toner hopper end plate and
lower the developer roller into
place. (See Photo 19)
Photo 22

Step 20
Rotate the hopper 180 and install the
developer roller drive gear onto the axle
of the roller. Place the E clip onto the axle
to hold the drive gear in place.
(See Photo 22)

Photo 19

Photo 23

Step 21
Install the idler gear onto the end of the
cartridge. (See Photo 23)

Step 18
Install the contact bushing onto
the developer roller axle. Rotate
the bushing clock-wise to lock
the bushing into place.
(See Photo 20)

Photo 24

Step 22
Install the cartridge drive gear onto the
end of the cartridge.
(See Photo 24)

Photo 20

Photo 25

Step 23
Place the doctor bar tension spring onto
the top of the doctor bar so the arrow is
facing away from the hopper. Place the
white tabs onto the doctor blade next to
each end of the tension spring.
(See Photo 25)

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Photo 26

Step 24
Fill the hopper with toner and install the
fill plug.

Step 3
Step 25
Replace the chip found on the bottom of
the cartridge. (See Photo 26)

Flip the waste hopper onto its


back. Remove the E Clip from
the drum axle on the small gear
side.
(See Photo 30)

Step 26
Test the cartridge.

REMANUFACTURING THE DRUM UNIT


Photo 27

Photo 30

Step 1
Step 1: Remove the two screws (one on
each end of the cartridge) that hold the
toner hopper locking mechanism.
(See Photos 27 & 28)

Photo 28

Step 4
Slide the drum axle out of the
waste hopper from the drive
gear side.
(See Photo 31)

Photo 31
Photo 29

Step 2
Step 2: Remove the locking mechanism.
(See Photo 29)

Lexmark E232/330/332 Technical Instructions


Photo 34

Step 7
Remove the two screws holding the wiper
blade.
(See Photo 34)

Step 5
Remove the drum. (See Photo 32)
If you plan on reusing the drum,
clean the drum with a soft lintfree cloth and place the drum in
a protected area out of the light.
Photo 35

Step 8
Remove the wiper blade. (See Photo 35)
Clean the waste hopper and wiper blade
using dry compressed air or a vacuum.

Photo 32

Photo 36

Step 9
Apply padding powder to the wiper
blade. Place the blade into the waste hopper and install the two screws that hold
the blade in place. (See Photo 36)

Step 6
Grasp the PCR contact saddles
and lift the PCR from the waste
hopper. (See Photo 33) Clean the
PCR using a dry lint-free cloth.

Photo 37

Step 10
Clean the PCR saddles using a cotton
swab and alcohol. Place the saddles onto
the ends of the PCR and place the PCR
back into the waste hopper.
(See Photo 37)

Photo 33

Photo 38

Step 11
Place the waste hopper so that it is facing
towards you. Apply padding powder to
the drum and place the drum in the hopper so the drive gear is on the left side of
the cartridge.
(See Photo 38)

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Photo 39

Step 12
Slide the drum axle into the drum starting
on the drive gear side. See Photo # 39.

Photo 40

Step 13
Install the E clip onto the small gear side
of the drum axle. See Photo # 40.

Photo 41

Step 14
Install the toner hopper locking mechanism onto the waste hopper. Install the
two screws that hold the bar in place. See
Photo # 41.

Step 15
Test the waste hopper.

Notes

PRINTER MODEL COMPATIBILITY


Machine:
Lexmark E232
Lexmark E232t
Lexmark E330
Lexmark E332n
Lexmark E332tn

IBM:
1412, 1412n Toner Cartridge
1412, 1412n High Yield Toner Cartridge
1412, 1412n IBM Return Program

Dell 1700
Dell 1700n
IBM 1412
IBM 1412n

Machine Supplies:
Lexmark
E330, E332 High Yield Return Program
E230, E232, E330, E332 Return Program
E330, E323 High Yield Cartridge
E230, E232, E330, E332 Toner Cartridge
E230, E232, E330, E332 Drum Unit

1412, 1412n IBM Return Program High Yield Cartridge

1412, 1412n Drum Unit


Dell:
1700, 1700n Dell Return Program
0012A8405
0012A8400
0012A8305
0012A8300
0012A8302

1700, 1700n Dell Return Program High Yield Cartridge

1700, 1700n Toner Cartridge


1700, 1700n High Yield Toner Cartridge
1700, 1700n Drum Unit

75P5708
75P5710
75P5709
75P5711
75P5712

310-5399
310-5400
310-5401
310-5402
310-5404

Remanufacturing the Lexmark E232/330/332


On June 1, 2004, Lexmark released a new family of E-series
printers based on an entirely new print engine.These five new
printers feature a dual consumable printer that uses a separate toner and drum unit designed solely by Lexmark.
Lexmarks base model E232 prints 22ppm and sells for $199.
It replaces the old E220 machine which was only capable of
printing 18ppm. The E323t sells for $299 and is the same as
the E232 except that it has an additional 550 sheet paper tray.
At $399, the E330 prints 27ppm and replaces both the E312
and E323 machines. Lastly, the E332n and E332nt sell for $499
and $599 respectively, and are both network capable. The
E332nt comes with an extra paper tray.
In May 2004, Dell released two new machines using the same
dual consumable Lexmark engine. Dells entry level machine
the 1700 has a print speed of 25ppm and sells for $179
(I just saw it on Dells website).Dells network version, the 1700n,

has the same print speed of the 1700 and sells for $299.
IBM released two machines using this new Lexmark engine
as well. The 1412 is based on the E330 engine that prints
27ppm and, at $399, sells for the same price.The 1412n is IBMs
network version of the Lexmark E332n printer and, at $499, is
priced the same.
Standard yield cartridges and high yield cartridges are
available from all suppliers. However Dell offers a 3,000 page
standard yield cartridge while Lexmark and IBM standard
yield cartridge yields 2,500 pages at 5% coverage.
All three suppliers offer a 6,000 page high yield cartridge
and all cartridges are available in Lexmarks Cartridge Return
program. The drum units for these machines yield 30,000
pages and, according to Lexmark, many customers may not
ever need to replace the drum unit because of low monthly
usage.

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