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V.3.7 - 01.13
Brother

HL-3040CN Cartridge
HL3070/ MFC - 9010CN/9120CN/9320CN
(HL-3070, MFC - 9010CN/MFC-9120CN/MFC-9320CN)
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES ............................. 2
WIRELINES ......................................... 3
CHECK THE ALIGNMENT OF THE BOSS ........ 4
DISASSEMBLING THE CARTRIDGE ................. 5
ASSEMBLING THE CARTRIDGE .................... 9
RESETTING THE FLAG GEAR .................... 11
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION .................... 12
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TOOLS & SUPPLIES
Toner Cloth (TCCLOTH)
Lint-Free Foam Swab (LFSWAB)
Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth (LFCCLOTH)
Phillips Screwdriver
Dry, Filtered, Compressed Air for Cleaning
Slotted Screwdriver
91-99% Isopropyl Alcohol
Toner Pour Spout (TPS)
Toner Vacuum (3M) (TONERVAC115
or TONERVAC220)
Safety Glasses
De-Ionized Water
Doctor Blade Cover (B3040DBCOVER)
Dry, Filtered,
Compressed
Air for Cleaning
Slotted Screwdriver
Lint-Free Cleaning
Cloth (LFCCLOTH)
Phillips Screwdriver
91-99%
Isopropyl
Alcohol
De-Ionized
Water
Doctor Blade Cover
B3040DBCOVER
Safety Glasses
Lint-Free Foam Tip Swab
(LFSWAB)
Toner Cloth
(TCLOTH)
Toner Pour Spout (TPS)
Toner Vacuum (3M)
(TONERVAC115 or TONERVAC220)
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BROTHER

HL-3040 CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLY


Developer Roller
Developer Roller
Stabilizer Locking
Tab
Doctor Blade
Doctor Blade
End Felt
Doctor Blade
End Felt
Toner Adder Roller
Doctor Blade Cover
Developer Roller
Support Bearing
Spring
Developer Roller
Support Bearing
Hopper Cap
Cartridge Core
Flag Gear
Spring
Cartridge
Drive Gear
Agitator
Drive Gear
Idler
Drive Gear
Toner Adder Roller
Drive Gear
Idler Gear
Developer
Roller End Felt
Developer
Roller End Felt
Toner Adder
Roller End Insert
Toner Adder Roller
End Foam
Toner Adder
Roller End
Foam
Flag Gear
Contact Side
End Plate
Drive Side
End Plate
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Drive Side Support
Bearing
WIRELINES
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CHECK THE ALIGNMENT OF THE BOSS
WARNING
While remanufacturing the Brother

HL-3040 cartridge, you will need to check a boss on the cartridge for proper alignment or warping (Figure
1). If the boss is warped or misshapen, the cartridge cannot be remanufactured. If you proceed with a cartridge that has a warped boss,
the drive side gears will not connect securely, they will not engage properly and a loud clicking noise will be heard.
Figure 1
Straight Boss
Note: Straight
and Uniform
Gear End of
Cartridge
Warped Boss
Note: Noticeably
Deformed and
NOT Uniform
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DISASSEMBLING THE CARTRIDGE
1. On the drive side end plate, remove the two screws (Figure 2).
Screws
Phillips
Screwdriver
Figure 2
2. Use a slotted screwdriver to release the locking tab on the underside
of the drive side end plate (Figure 3).
Locking
Tab
Figure 3
Slotted
Screwdriver
3. Remove the drive side end plate (Figure 4).
Drive Side End
Plate
Figure 4




Warning: Remove the cartridge drive gear noted in Figure 5 and check the
boss for alignment. See page 4 for more detail.
Remove Gear Figure 5
4. Remove the flag gear spring and the flag gear (Figure 6).
Figure 6
Flag Gear
Spring
Flag Gear
5. Remove the gears from the drive side of the cartridge in the order
shown. Idler drive gear (1) agitator drive gear (2) idler gear (3) toner
adder roller drive gear (4) (Figure 7).
Figure 7
2
4
3
1
WARNING

During the remanufacturing of the Brother HL-3040 cartridge you will
need to check the cartridge boss (noted in Figure 1 on page 4) for proper
alignment or warping. If the boss is warped, the cartridge cannot be
remanufactured. See page 4 for details.
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9. To remove the developer roller, insert a slotted screwdriver into the
small opening noted in Figure 11 and gently pry the white developer
roller stabilizers locking tab loose.
Figure 11
Slotted
Screwdriver
Locking Tab
10. Remove the developer roller from the cartridge (Figure 12)
Figure 12
Note: Clean the developer roller with a lint free cloth
saturated in 91-99% isopropyl alcohol. Then
use another lint free cloth with de-ionized water
and blow dry with dry, filtered, compressed air.
11. Inspect the doctor blade cover. If wrinkled or damaged, remove the
blade cover from the doctor blade. (Figure 13a) Use a lint-free cloth
dampened with 91-99% isopropyl alcohol to clean any adhesive
residue from the doctor blades metal stamping (Figure 13b).
Figure 13a
Doctor Blade Cover
Figure 13b
DISASSEMBLING THE CARTRIDGE
6. Using a slotted screwdriver, remove the contact side developer roller
support bearing and spring (Figure 8).
Note: Insert a slotted screwdriver under the contact
side support bearing, then lift up and out to
free the developer roller support bearing from
the cartridge. Remove the spring.
Figure 8
Contact Side
Developer
Roller Support
Bearing &
Spring
Slotted
Screwdriver
7. On the contact side end plate, remove the screw (Figure 9).
Figure 9
Screw
Phillips
Screwdriver
8. Remove the contact side end plate (Figure 10).
Figure 10
Contact
Side
End Plate
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12. Remove the three screws on top of the doctor blade (Figure 14).
Figure 14
Phillips Screwdriver
Screws
Doctor Blade
13. Using a slotted screwdriver, gently pry the doctor blade up from the
cartridge and remove the doctor blade (Figure 15).
Note: To clean the doctor blade, saturate a lint-free cloth
with 91-99% isopropyl alcohol, gently clean the black
material portion of the doctor blade. Then clean with a
lint-free cloth saturated with de-ionized water, then blow
dry with dry, filtered, compressed air.
Slotted Screwdriver
Figure 15

14. Using a slotted screwdriver, gently fluff the doctor blade sealing felts
so the fibers are standing (Figure 16).
Doctor Blade
Sealing Felts
Slotted Screwdriver
Figure 16

Note: Blow dry compressed air on the doctor blade felts to
remove any debris (Figure 17).
Doctor Blade
Sealing Felts
Figure 17

15. Using a slotted screwdriver, pry the hopper cap from the top to
ensure the cartridge is not damaged as shown in Figure 18.
Note: Pry on the top portion of the hopper cap to ensure
the cartridge core is not damaged.
Hopper Cap
Slotted Screwdriver
Pry at
Top
Figure 18

16. Using a slotted screwdriver, gently fluff the developer roller end felts
so the fibers are standing (Figure 19).
Developer
Roller End
Felts
Slotted
Screwdriver
Figure 19
DISASSEMBLING THE CARTRIDGE
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17. Clean the hopper with dry, filtered compressed air (Figure 20).
Figure 20

18. With a toner vacuum, gently vacuum the adder roller. Rotate the
roller while vacuuming (Figure 21).
Toner
Vacuum
Toner Adder
Roller
Figure 21

DISASSEMBLING THE CARTRIDGE
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1. Place the doctor blade onto the cartridge (Figure 22).
Figure 22

2. Secure the doctor blade into the cartridge with three screws shown
in Figure 23.
Screws
Phillips Screwdriver
Figure 23
3. If removed during disassembly, replace the doctor blade cover.
Remove the adhesive backing from the blade cover and align the
blade cover with the back edge of the doctor blade. Ensure the three
screws are centered in the grooves. Apply pressure along the length
of the doctor blade cover to activate the adhesive as shown in
Figure 24.
Figure 24
Blade Cover


4. Install the gears on the drive side of the cartridge in the order shown.
Toner adder roller drive gear (1) idler gear (2) agitator drive gear (3)
idler drive gear (4) cartridge driver gear (5) (Figure 25).
2
5
3
1
4
Figure 25

5. Install the developer roller into the cartridge (Figure 26).
Figure 26
6. Rotate the developer roller stabilizer as noted in Figure 27a so the
locking tab engages. The completed step looks like Figure 27b.
Figure
27a Figure 27b
Locking Tab
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7. Place the contact side end cap and secure with a screw as noted in
Figure 28a and 28b.
Screw
Figure
28b Figure 28a
End Cap

8. Place the contact side developer roller support spring and bearing
onto the developer roller axle (Figure 29).
Figure 29
Contact Side Developer
Roller Support Bearing

Note: Reference page 11 figures 35a and 35b under the
Resetting the Flag Gear section, to ensure the flag gear
tab is in the reset location prior to placing drive side
end cap onto cartridge. Failure could result in print
errors if the gear is not set properly.
9. Place the drive side end cap onto the cartridge and ensure that the
drive side support bearing tabs are on the outer part of the drive side
end plate (Figure 30).
Figure 28
Drive Side Support Bearing Tabs
Figure 30

10. Use a slotted screwdriver to gently set the foam under
the drive side developer roller support bearing back into place
(Figure 31a and 31b).
Figure 31a
Foam
Figure 31b
No
Foam
Before
After

11. Secure the drive side end plate with two screws as shown in
Figure 32.
Figure 32
Screws
Phillips Screwdriver

12. Fill the cartridge using the approved toner (Figure 33).
Approved
Toner
Figure 33
13. Insert the hopper cap (Figure 34).
Hopper Cap
Figure 34
ASSEMBLING THE CARTRIDGE
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RESETTING THE FLAG GEAR
Note: Reference Figures 35a and 35b to ensure the flag
gear tab is in the reset location. Failure could result in
print errors if the gear is not set properly.
Figure 35b Figure 35a
Flag Gear Tab
Spent Position
Flag Gear Tab
Reset Position

1. Install the flag gear spring as shown in Figure 36.
Figure 36
Flag Gear Spring
Arm behind
Cartridge Post
Cartridge Post

Note: The short arm of the spring needs to be on the left
side of the cartridge post as shown in the picture
below.
2. The spring should rest on the flag gear. Using a slotted screwdriver
press spring down onto the post (Figure 37).
Figure 37
Slotted
Screwdriver
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Illustrations
The illustrations and photos in this document might differ slightly from
your cartridge. Every effort is made to include the most up to date photos
and illustrations at the time of printing. However, the OEM may make
changes which were not available at the time of printing.
Safety Information
Always wear eye protection while operating
power tools.
Always wear eye protection and protective clothing while working with
toner and or other chemicals.
Do not swallow or ingest toner, isopropyl alcohol, toner dust, or any
chemicals or materials used in the process of remanufacturing.
Employers should not allow employees to use compressed air for
cleaning themselves or their clothing. The eyes and other body parts,
such as the respiratory system, may be damaged as the result of
inadequate personal protective equipment, lack of chip guards, and/or
uncontrolled release of compressed air.
Use of Compressed Air
As of April 28, 1971, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration
(OSHA) Standard, 29 CFR 1910.242 paragraphs a & b for general industry
requires effective chip guarding and personal protective equipment (PPE)
when using compressed air. When cleaning residual toner particles from
cartridges using a compressed air system, you must use air nozzles
meeting OSHA requirements. Air nozzles that regulate air pressure to
a maximum of 30 psi comply with this standard. Refer to the OSHA
publication for any updates or changes that have occurred since the
date noted above.
Use of Isopropyl Alcohol
For best results 91-99% isopropyl alcohol should be used for cleaning
as directed in this instruction. 91% isopropyl alcohol is available at
most major drug stores; 99% isopropyl alcohol is available through
distributors of chemical products. Follow the alcohol manufacturers
safety instructions.
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Notes
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Notes
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Notes
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Components, Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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DEDICATION TO TRAINING
In order to produce consistent high quality prints that are virtually indistinguishable from the OEM, it is
essential to follow Static Controls remanufacturing instructions exactly as directed. Static Control is dedicated
to informing customers of the latest innovations in training and knowledge. Access to these instructions, our
technical support staff and View on Demand Webinars are available to all customers in good standing.
ELECTROPHOTOGRAPHICALLY MATCHED COMPONENTS
We provide these critical components that have been electrophotographically matched for use in
remanufactured toner cartridges. It is vital that the critical components be replaced as a system to ensure
consistent high quality performance. We provide additional components such as felts, foams and recovery
blades, should you decide they are necessary. Using Static Controls system of components allows you to use
less expensive non-virgin cartridges and create remanufactured cartridges that provide high quality prints
virtually indistinguishable from the OEM.
INDUSTRY LEADER
Static Control is the global leader in aftermarket imaging and remanufacturing technology. Offices are located
worldwide and all research, development, manufacturing and engineering takes place at their Sanford, North
Carolina, USA world headquarters. Currently, Static Control manufactures in-house over 8,000 imaging
products and supplies over 15,000 imaging products to the aftermarket industry.