Cartridge prices starting at $67.95
The Xerox Phaser 4500 is designed primarily for large workgroups that run through a lot of paper. It comes with a paper tray that can hold a maximum of 550 sheets and a proper second drawer that can accommodate 150 sheets more. And if these are not enough, this machine can still allow one or two optional 550-sheet drawers, raising the maximum total paper input to 1800 sheets. If you print thousands of pages each day, it makes a lot of sense to use Inkjets’ Xerox 113R00657 Compatible Black High-Yield Toner Cartridge on your Phaser 4500 to enjoy an even lower cost per page. It yields approximately 18,000 pages at 5% coverage just like its OEM counterpart but at the fraction of the cost. Feel free to contact us if you have more questions about this product.
How To Replace Cartridge
Here’s how to replace the toner cartridge on the Xerox Phaser 4500:
- Make sure that the Phaser 4500 is off.
- Open the cartridge cover to gain access to the cartridge.
- Take out the used toner cartridge.
- Open the new toner cartridge package and remove the cartridge from its protective bag.
- Remove the orange label and the sealing tape from the new cartridge.
- Insert the new cartridge into the printer. Push it down until it locks into place.
- Close the cartridge cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I save on toner with the Xerox Phaser 4500?
If you print mostly text documents, you may turn on the Draft mode on your Xerox Phaser 4500 to save on toner.
What to do when the overall image on the printout is lighter than normal?
When the overall image is lighter than normal, you may replace the paper, turn off the Draft mode, or replace the cartridge that’s running low on toner.
Why am I getting black prints even if I just installed a new cartridge on my Xerox machine?
If you get black prints even with a new cartridge installed, it could be that the yellow sealing tape may still be on the cartridge. Remove the cartridge from the printer and remove the sealing tape before you reinstall it.